“Yoga of Attention” with Dr Jacques Vigne

  • From 27 to 28 august 2022
  • 0 registered student

Dr Jacques Vigne

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Jacques Vignes: As his master Sri Vijayananda, a trained psychiatrist, Jacques Vigne (Vigyânânand) left a lucrative profession to live in India and study the subtle relationship between body, mind and soul. A follower of the vedanta Hindu school, he experiments with the meditation processes of the Hindu tradition and confronts them with the data of medical science. He is the author of many books including Healing his soul, Elements of spiritual psychology, The mystique of silence …
His itinerary is unusual: a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine in Paris, recipient of a grant from the Romain Rolland Foundation and the Maison des sciences de l’homme, he left for India to study the relationship between psychological healing and traditional teaching of yoga. He has lived for a decade now in the land of ashrams and Brahmins. A follower of the Vedantine way, he spends much of his time meditating in a Himalayan hermitage. From time to time, he publishes a book and makes a short stay in Europe to share the fruit of his comparative studies between the spiritual approach and the psychotherapeutic approach. Fruits which come to him from his knowledge of various religious traditions and from his personal experience. The man, tall figure and thick beard, has a simple and cheerful welcome. He is very engaged with his readers and peers. Meeting with a man who, like Father Henri Le Saux, made the big gap between East and West.

CONFERENCE
by Jacques Vigne on Saturday August 27 at 8 p.m
.: 15 euros (free for those who attend the weekend)
Overcome anxiety and find peace in action:
Often we oppose peace and action, but those who are experienced in meditation and yoga know how to be like the eye of the storm, peaceful inside while everything moves quickly around. This ability develops through a mixture of observing one’s mind, understanding, and focusing on being able to shape and release it.
Jacques Vigne will develop these themes based on traditional and modern psychology. It will end before the exchanges with 20 minutes of guided meditation.

WORKSHOP
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 from 9:30 to 12:30 am and from 2 to 5 pm
workshop on the Yoga of Attention
: 90 euros per day, or 150 euros for the whole weekend (conference included)
The Yoga of Attention :
It is clear that attention is useful in all things, but little is taught how to develop it specifically. It not only allows us to achieve great precision in the knowledge of the body and in that of the relationship between body and mind, but also helps us to change the mind through the body.
We will address all these points through guided meditations and explanations of traditional and modern psychology. We will particularly emphasize how attention can direct energy in the body and the benefits that flow from it, as is done for example in Raja Yoga.

 

At the shala and online:

Conference by Jacques Vigne on Saturday August 27 at 8 p.m.: 15 euros (free for those who attend the weekend)
Overcome anxiety and find peace in action:
Often we oppose peace and action, but those who are experienced in meditation and yoga know how to be like the eye of the storm, peaceful inside while everything moves quickly around. This ability develops through a mixture of observing one’s mind, understanding, and focusing on being able to shape and release it.
Jacques Vigne will develop these themes based on traditional and modern psychology. It will end before the exchanges with 20 minutes of guided meditation.

Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 workshop on the Yoga of Attention: 90 euros per day, or 150 euros for the whole weekend (conference included)
The Yoga of Attention :
It is clear that attention is useful in all things, but little is taught how to develop it specifically. It not only allows us to achieve great precision in the knowledge of the body and in that of the relationship between body and mind, but also helps us to change the mind through the body.
We will address all these points through guided meditations and explanations of traditional and modern psychology. We will particularly emphasize how attention can direct energy in the body and the benefits that flow from it, as is done for example in Raja Yoga.