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5 Day Intensive Retreat, Kochi, South India, 3-7 November 2017
: Neema Majmudar & Surya Tahora
: 3-7 November 2017
: Le Meridien Hotel, Kochi, Kerala, India
: Selected Verses from Prashna Upanishad.

The Prashna Upanishad belongs to the Atharva Veda. It is a dialogue between Pippalada and his disciples. Each of the six chapters of the Upanishad begins with a question such as what is the source from where all living beings have come, what is the true nature of a human being, what is meditation and how does it help, etc. Pippalada answers all these questions with clarity and compassion.

Along with meditations and meditative movements in the morning, and dialogue sessions in the evening.

Comments of participants :

(1) I feel so blessed to be part of this retreat. Every retreat gives me new insights into the teaching and I see changes in me. Some of these changes are conscious and some just happen as I absorb the content of this profound teaching that reaches very deep core in me. Thank you Surya and Neema for helping me in my journey of transformation that is most fulfilling and nourishing for me.

Malini M., Mumbai

(2) I have one word- brilliant. The wisdom of Vedanta is brilliant and the way Neema unfolds it equally brilliant. I have experienced so many ‘a ha..’ moments during the classes where some things that I had heard or read earlier became crystal clear. It takes a highly skilled teacher to present such deep and profound ideas of Upanishad with clarity and ease and take us to a point from where we can’t but see the truth of ourselves.

Preeti G., USA

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