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Cultivating Courage & Calmness with Chandresh Bhardwaj

Taught by Chandresh Bhardwaj

WORKSHOP

COVID-19 is canceling everything except our relationship with our awareness.

During these tough times, seekers must rise to the occasion and plant the seeds of courage, calmness, and compassion. How do we access this courage and calm, though?

The primordial meditation practices are about raising consciousness in tough times and healing the heart. Den Meditation senior teacher, author, and tantra expert, Chandresh Bhardwaj, has put together a much-needed powerful workshop to share the wisdom nuggets of healing masters and put them into practice through a talk and guided mantra meditation. This workshop is for all those who are looking for a safe refuge in higher awareness and want to deepen the meditation practice using mantra and consciousness tools. In addition to the talk and meditation, Chandresh will be doing Q&A as well during the workshop. You are invited to take part in this gathering of truth seekers.

Note: All workshop sales are final.

Meet Your Teacher

Chandresh Bhardwaj is an author, spiritual advisor, and speaker. His bestseller book and podcast, Break the Norms: Questioning Everything You Think You Know About God and Truth, Life and Death, Love and Sex, presents thought-provoking ideas on how we perceive relationships, spirituality, and other important aspects of life.

Chandresh hails from a lineage of spiritual healers in India spanning over seven generations. He combines ancient wisdom with a modern approach to spirituality. Chandresh is a disciple of his father, His Holiness Shri Chamunda Swami, who is a universally recognized authority in spirituality. His grandfather gave him the name Chandresh, which means ‘Master of Consciousness’.

Chandresh has long been fascinated by the incredible power of the human consciousness and shares that the truth must be realized from within. No one from the outside can tell us; it is we who must discover the truth ourselves.