REVISITING THE TRAININGS

While planning the trainings we considered three major factors: time, costs and the freedom of choice.

We chose to hold the trainings at weekends so that participants can spare their yearly holidays. However, in case a certain number of participants wish so, dates of the courses may be modified. It is possible to organize longer trainings or camps on demand and we are ready to hold trainings also on weekdays if needed.

Our trainings include initiations, lectures and practices. By the end of a training participants shall acquire basic skills. In order to keep up and engrain this skill it is up to them whether they only practice it at home, or they also come back to revisit the course.

Why to have more but shorter trainings:

  • You don’t miss many working days, so you don’t need to use many of your holidays.
  • Cost-friendly, if you are content with a basic level.
  • Cost-friendly, since you can revisit the courses for half price.
  • Cost-friendly, because a shorter training means less expense at a time.
  • During the time that passes between two trainings all the new information and your knowledge gets consolidated.
  • If you, for the first time, would only like to get an idea about what the trainings are about, a shorter training means less expense. And you pay more for a longer training only if you have made sure that you are really interested.

Those who intend to train themselves further to advance their knowledge and technique to a higher level, it is recommended to revisit the trainings – practice makes perfect!

Advantages of revisiting the trainings::

1.If relatively much information is received within a short period of time, it needs to be repeated and reprocessed. In this sense learning means recognising what you already learnt before.
2.In our trainings the information that participants get are different from the usual, they bear a new point of view, so they need to undergo a certain maturing process to be fully acquired. During this, in order to recognize connections and to draw the proper conclusions it is useful to have your trainer around.
3. Participants bring up new questions at every training, which provides everyone present with further useful information.
4. The techniques are highly elaborated, so in order to use them one needs to pay concentrated attention to numerous small details, which is not an easy task. Because of this, automatic use of the learnt techniques takes time to develop, and in the meantime practice is useful to be supervised. The trainings offer excellent occasions for this.
5. Repeated initiations result in the targeted areas becoming even clearer, and this happens much more quickly at the trainings than at home.
6. Initiations are not simply repeated, but there are new elements added to them, which leads to further improvement of the prana technique.
7. More significant improvement can be achieved by revisiting the courses than by practising at home only. However, this does not render practising at home useless or unimportant!

Breathing in prana, as well as acquiring the ability of proper concentration are investments for a lifetime, the interests of which you will enjoy permanently. Considering this, participating in the courses is not a huge investment to make. It is wise to handle it with a breath of view.

After completing Prana III and Concentration, if it is possible, it is worth participating in a longer training or camp. (We discuss this in more details at the trainings.) Reasons for this:
  • At the training Prana III, clearing away blockings is time consuming. How much time is needed varies person by person, but experiences show that three days are not enough in every case. The method applied is not complicated, but it cannot be learnt immediately.
  • At the Concentration training we form this ability to be used for a lifetime. In many cases it means to “break into” new areas of our consciousness, and to learn how to bring these under control. It is worth doing so under supervision.