(in English unless otherwise specified)
Bettina Bäumer gives "Retreat Seminars" on various texts of the non-dualist Kashmir Shaiva tradition. She mainly teaches three basic Tantras of the Trika School: the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra, the Paratrisika (with Abhinavagupta's Vivarana commentary) and the Netra Tantra (with commentary by Ksemaraja), as well as texts like the Siva Sutra, the Spanda Karika, and the the Pratyabhijna Hridayam. Besides these, she also teaches mystical Bhakti hymns of Kashmir, such as the Sivastotravali by Utpaladeva, the Stavacintamani by Bhatta Narayana, the Sambapancasika and Stotras by Abhinavagupta.
She follows a certain style in conducting these retreats, basically consisting of two sessions of text study, morning and afternoon, about four hours of meditation, recitation of the hymns and slokas of the texts concerned, besides periods of silence and meditative walks in nature (wherever the surroundings permit).
These Retreat Seminars are given in various places around India and in Europe, notably near her home in Varanasi, in Himachal Pradesh, and in Rishikesh, as well as in Srinagar (Kashmir) itself. They typically will be five days long, though shorter or longer sessions are possible.
Venue: Szent Jakab House, Pannonhalma (http://szentjakabhaz.hu/lang/en/)
We are pleased to announce that Bettina Sharada Baumer is teaching in Hungary this summer. We plan to accommodate the program at the retreat house of the beautiful Abbey of Pannonhalma, with the participation of a group of long term meditators, the disciples of Swami Veda Bharati and Sharada Ma.
Please in case you wish to participate, let us know as soon as you can, so that we can finalize the accommodation booking for you. The summer season is really busy at the retreat places and we want to make sure we have space for all of Sharada Ma’s disciples.
For registration and further information please contact Dea Frankó Csuba:
Email - email@example.com
Phone and Whatsapp - +36306952229
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Hungary.
Lots of love and greetings,
Association of Himalayan Yoga and Meditation