What is the mysterious factor that unifies traditions around the world?
There are many paths to God, and as we wisely and intuitively look beyond the cultural and religious differences of various traditions and religions of the planet, we will find that there is a mysterious ‘unifying factor’ behind them all. This is why enlightened people around the world discovered the same truths.
Explore the mechanisms behind the various spiritual traditions, and discover how even though they all practise different methods, they are based in essence on the same universal principles.
This insight represents a leap in the consciousness of the practitioner, removing cultural boundaries and increasing the spiritual efficacy on our path.
We will explore the Kabala system, originating in the Jewish tradition, Sufism as part of the Islamic world, Christianity, and Celtic wisdom.
Both a theoretical presentation and practical exercise will be offered with each spiritual path during the workshop:
- Christianity: Prayer of the heart
- Muslim: Sufi whirling dervish dance
- Celtic: Technique for connecting with the soul of the land
- Jewish: the Kabalistic method of contemplating the name of God
What you can take from this workshop:
- Insights into the esoteric meaning of all spiritual traditions
- Enhancement of the efficacy of all your spiritual practices
- Enriching and expanding your spiritual perspective
Podcast – The Unifying Force Behind All Religions
The wisest way to look at world religions is to focus on what connects rather than what divides us. The ancient mystics deliberately hid meanings that have a profound, uplifting and unifying message within specific practices. Tantra teacher Foca Yariv had this realisation in his early life growing up in the Holy City of Jerusalem, as he searched for a common truth among the noise and hubbub of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Foca has drawn common threads from his knowledge of these spiritual traditions, and created a workshop that explores the unifying force between them, and ways in which this force can reinvigorate the yogi on the Tantric path. Get a sneak preview of this workshop, to be held on 12th May in London by listening to this podcast. Foca begins by telling student Vivienne Rush about the challenge of living at the crossroads of three world religions.
● £35 members
● £40 non-members
Meet the teachers
Foca, born in Jerusalem, Israel, had a keen thirst for spiritual knowledge from early age. He started practising yoga and Tantra at the age of 17 (in 2001), and since then he has devoted himself to the spiritual journey. He has been teaching since 2009 in various places around the globe. Since 2011 he has been living in the UK, teaching yoga and tantra and offering various workshops on a wide range of topics from the purpose of life and the art of dying to workshops on masculinity, kama sutra and eroticism, he teaches in London and Cambridge and is guiding men’s groups.