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The Ravi Ravindra 2016 Seminar:



Ravi Ravindra will be returning to Oslo in September and October this year. He will give a Gurdjieff Work seminar on October 1st and 2nd 2016, on the subject 'Relating the Sacred with our Daily Life'.

On Friday September 30th at 18:00 Ravi Ravindra will give an inspirational talk at Litteraturhuset on the theme: Tools for Inner Work. The pianist Norman Higgins will play rare pieces from the Gurdjieff music.

The September 30th lecture will be held at Amalie Skram Hall on the 2nd floor at Litteraturhuset. Payment at the door (kr 50,-).

The seminar on October 1st and 2nd is organized by Gurdjieff Society Norway and will be held in their premises at Økernveien 183, Oslo.

BOOKING: Seminar fee is NOK 1700,- including food. NOK 1300,- for students and pensioners. Please pay to bank account no: 0539.52.56663 no later than September 23rd, to secure a place at the seminar.

For further information please call 40777477 or 91560833 or via email

The program for the 2016 Ravi Ravindra seminar

Friday 30. September: (Litteraturhuset) The Gurdjieff Inspiration Talk

18:00 Ravi Ravindra on ’Tools for Inner Work’ Gurdjieff music: Norman Higgins

Saturday 1. October: (Økernveien 183, Oslo)

09:45 Arrival and registration

10:15 Meditation

10:45 Ravi Ravindra on ’Conscience - Outer Demands and Inner Transformation’

11.30 Pause with coffee/tea

12:00 Some simple exercises for body in movement

13:00 Lunch preparation, lunch, exchange, washing up

15.30 Gurdjieffs music with Norman Higgins

16:00 Ravi Ravindra on ’Place of Ego in Inner Work’

16:45 Tea and coffee

17:10 Film: On the Gurdjieff Work

18:10 The End

Sunday 2. October:

10:00 Meditation

10:30 Ravi Ravindra on ’Loving the Self that Wishes and Needs to Emerge’

11:15 Pause with tea and coffee

11:45 Some simple exercises for body in movement

12:45 Lunch preparation, lunch, exchange, washing up

15:15 Film

16:00 On Ego and the Self with members of the Norwegian Group

16:45 Tea and coffee

17:00 Ravi Ravindra concludes with ’Some Practical exercises for Inner Work’

17:40 Norman Higgins plays

18:00 The End.