Experiencing directly who you are
Is Awareness and love is its fragrance. We all carry this intrinsic ability to be in life joyfully and lovingly, living our true nature.
Does not propose any creed or belief system; it simply supports, with courses and/or individual sessions, anyone who wants to live as an individual in awareness.
Create opportunities for those who have a longing to be who they truly are. Processes are offered that help each participant experience their true nature.
a key for a transformed life
Living Our True Nature offers a stream of courses and individual sessions: ‘The Way', all geared towards one single intention...
The proposed stream of courses is a doorway to our inner world, to our individuality as well as experiencing this other dimension that we are: relaxed awareness...
You are looking for a specific workshop or the possibility of individual sessions near you? Opportunities are available for you to walk the Way…
Of their experience
“I could connect with something in me that felt more real, truer. I got clearer around my problems and about the excuses that I give myself in life for not being who I am. The explanation given and the energetic contact with other participants really helped me into gaining more self-awareness, helped me coming back to myself and discovering my own feelings and my multiple identities.”
“These three days helped me connect more clearly with a ‘negative' aspect of myself and with the power to say ‘no'. I felt the strength of this ‘no' is in and how liberating it was to say no'. Thank you for this ‘yes' to my ‘no'.”
“This course was a little difficult for me because I was confronted with my fear of authority and my refusal to comply with rules, to situations that are too challenging for me. Yet I felt that I had the freedom and the space to express these feelings. This opening to life energy was a good eye opener for me.”
“The first time I did a 3-day awareness intensive, I had a deep curiosity, a deep need to go inside and find out what was there. I loved the intensity of the process – a whole group of people on the same inner search. It was the beginning of a much deeper look at myself and the start of my meditative process.
Two years later, I participated in the 7-day awareness intensive with many people I knew. It was more intense to expose myself and tell these friends how I was feeling. To be honest at the risk of losing friends helped me find my truth. I see koans like a spiral process. I start answering from the mind until it gets fed up and then I continue downwards until I hit the centre and once I hit the centre I have to start again because each moment is different, I'm ever changing.
The process never stops. Inside is a feeling of expansion, warmth and wonder. Deep down there is always the question of who is in now, especially when I am confused about something. The koan can pop up at any time. It is not something I drive from my mind; it comes from a deeper place.”