"People travel to wonder at the height of the mountains,
at the huge waves of the seas,
at the long course of the rivers,
at the vast compass of the ocean,
at the circular motion of the stars,
and yet they pass by themselves without wondering."
- St Augustin
Turiya Hanover | Videos & Guided Meditations
Connection with the divine ...
Turiya uses the Sufi term to describe this connection as "The Place With No Name." She discusses this connection to be that intimate place where we really connect with the divine. She explains that we need to develop this connection, whilst at the same time learning to love and relate to others without shutting down.
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Working with People
Working with People - A Psychology of Awakening, is a unique approach that creates a bridge between the individual as seen through the understandings of Western Humanistic Psychology and approaches to spiritual awakening with origins in various middle eastern and eastern traditions.
Working with People Seminars
The Journey Begins Here - Introduction to the Path of Love
For those of you who have never participated in Path of Love, we would love for you to watch and experience Path of Love through the eyes of some of our graduates. For graduates...watching this video will remind you of your Path of Love experience, bringing back the depth of longing and sense of real self that is awakened during the 7-Day Retreat. Please share it with your friends and family...and give the gift of awakening (the greatest gift you can give!) to the people in your lives!
The heart has to do with loving yourself
Turiya discusses that growing up we learned to criticise ourselves rather than love ourselves. She also explains how the heart is made up of many layers, and that you know when you're in the heart, because the whole world looks completely different, whereas when we are not in the heart, the same world can look grey, dull, and boring.
From the 3-hour workshop Into the Heart with Turiya Hanover.
'I Wanted To Know How To Die' - Interview by Iain McNay
Co-founder of 'The Path Of Love' seminars. In 1972, Turiya and her husband were part of developing the first German Humanistic Psychology Growth Center known as Zist. The internal shift that she experienced there was profound and set her and her husband on a new course of human development, which lead them to India where she was to meet and become a disciple of Bhagwan/Osho. The sudden, unexpected death of her husband marked a turning point for Turiya and deeply influenced her own personal search and how she works with people today. In this interview she talks honestly and openly about her life and her spiritual journey.