Meditations and exercises are often carried out in the workshops, so the participants can focus on themselves and get in touch with their own reality. This can be done in a safe and quiet context, away from the hustle and conflicts of everyday life.


Many meditation techniques require one to sit still and silent. But for most of us accumulated stress in our body and mind makes that difficult. Before we can hope to access our inner source of consciousness, we need to let go of our tensions.

Here we suggest two active meditations. [...]

Meera 'Indian Flower'
new constellations
©2009 | imprint | contact us

" 'Journeys to the core' is another way of expressing what meditation is. The word meditation describes the goal of this journey: we withdraw, in order to contemplate something hidden that draws us towards it, while simultaneously hiding from us. That is where our trip is headed for. The interior journey takes us to our core. In that place, in the depths of our being, we remain profoundly with ourselves. In that place we experience ourselves in the presence of something that transcends us, that goes immensely beyond us. And because it is, for us, infinity, we experience it both as emptiness and as inconceivable fullness. Faced with it, we are both empty and full, at the same time."