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An afternoon of talks and meditations on the teachings of non-duality,
and how they can help us find inner fulfilment, freedom and fearlessness.

Saturday 28 September 2024 14:00-16:30

Thon Opera Hotel, Dronning Eufemias Gate 4, 0191 Oslo (map and directions)

Free, all welcome

Please note, the presentations will be in English

The meeting is open to complete beginners, and those with previous knowledge and experience of non-duality.

About Traditional Non-duality

The non-dual view is that beyond the differences we see through our senses, there is oneness and wholeness.

This is our true Self, the real meaning of 'I am'.

It may be known in direct experience, through meditation and the other traditional practices.

This discovery brings fulfilment and freedom from fear, and the capacity to share them with others.

About this Event

Complete beginners and experienced seekers are all welcome 

Learn about non-duality, deepen your understanding 

A chance to hear and think about essential questions like: 

- If non-duality offers solutions to unhappiness and fear, how do I live it?

- What does it mean for my work? My relationships? My desires?

- How can Non-duality help me now?

- How to practise meditation? 

Afterwards, stay in touch and to continue the study and practice, if you wish.

About the Presenters

The event is offered by Shanti Sadan, a centre of traditional non-duality, based in London.

The main speaker will be the Warden of Shanti Sadan, the author of five books on non-dual philosophy and practice.

Let us know if you would like to come

The number of spaces at the venue is limited.
To help us with organisation, please let us know if you are planning to come.
We will send you occasional updates before the event.
You may cancel and opt out of further messages at any time.

Getting to the Venue

The meeting is being held in meeting room 'Carmen', in the Thon Opera Hotel, Dronning Eufemias Gate 4, 0191 Oslo.

The hotel is next to Oslo central station, between the station and the Deichman library and the Opera House.

As you leave the station, there are exits of the left (west) side leading directly towards the hotel. From the square at the front of the station, turn left.

See on Google maps.