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Do you feel lost? What to do? Where to go?

It is a great pleasure and honor to welcome HariNam Singh to Oslo to conduct this workshop "Follow the Arrows".

Follow the Arrows

We spend so much time trying to figure out what to do next in life, where to live, who to marry, what career to pursue, what spiritual path to pursue; but unfortunately, as we all know, usually with questionable results. But there are arrows everywhere pointing us in the right direction, if we only had the eyes to see them and the courage to follow them. In this workshop, I will share the secret to recognizing and trusting in these arrows. After having spent most of your life chasing after things, you will finally be able to relax and let things come to you! I will be presenting Kundalini Yoga sets and meditations specifically designed to enhance intuition and sensitivity.

Price: 550,-
Place: Sat Narayan Kundalini Yoga Oslo, Frysjaveien 33c
Registration: https://lilllegard.simplero.com/purchase/73427-HariNam-Singh/price/196131-simple-price
Queries: lill@lilllegard.no

About HariNam Singh

Hari Nam Singh Khalsa has taught and counseled thousands of people all over the world on virtually every aspect of human endeavor. He was personally trained to serve humanity in this capacity for almost 30 years by Yogi Bhajan, the legendary spiritual master who first introduced Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma to the West back in the late 1960s. He is best known for his passion, sense of humor and expertise for integrating spirituality into daily life.

In addition to dedicating a significant amount of time to his mission as a spiritual teacher, Hari Nam is a practicing attorney, financial investment advisor and professional counselor. He also finds time to enjoy some of his other passions in life, including music, art, travel and sports.

“Spirituality is not an escape from life, but rather that very thing that gives purpose, enjoyment and nobility to everything we engage in as a human being.”

For more information on Hari Nam:
Twitter: @harinam11