Weekend workshop Budapest 2022
The Voice-Being practice is a special opportunity to inquire into our story as Human-Beings.
As Human Beings we are experiencing ourselves and the world from two different perspectives,
one is the Human perspective and the other is the Being perspective.
The Human is the unique, special, specific, conditioned personal perspective that sees the world and self as separate entities, identifies and locating itself within space and time.
The Being is the universal, unified, unconditioned, nonpersonal, fully independent and complete perspective that experiences the world and self as one, complete and content reality which includes within itself all manifestation, without any exceptions.
The voice has two main elements to it, one is breathe and the other is sound.
Breath represents the universal being aspect, for breathing we don’t need any qualifications,
special talents or training, it is a natural flow of life.
Sound represents the human aspect as it is very unique, special and personal,
no two voices are the same.
As we start to have a closer look into the voice phenomena, we very soon find
the first insight into our own existence which is, Breath can be without sound
but sound cannot be created without breath. This can demonstrate at the wider perspective the relationship between the Human and the Being, Being can be by itself, independently, while Human is created by the power of the Being
without which it cannot be. In short, first there is the Being, from that, for whatever reason if any,
human can be created.
If we keep observe the voice mechanism we can see that when sound is being born into this world
its power is so overwhelming that it is easy to forget the breath that made it possible,
while in fact, it is the combination and balance between the breath and sound
that determents the appearance and quality of the voice.
Both exist at the same time, no contradiction.
So is with the Human being, the uniqueness and passionate brilliance of the human can be so captivating therefore makes it easy to forget the silent universal Spirit
which is in fact the source creation of the human. It is this dance between the unique and universal that makes
the creation and life of the Human-Being possible.
In the workshop
We will witness the birth of our voice.
We will feel the sensation of our voice in the body,
understand how it works and how to use it for: Strengthening our concentration.
Sharpening our attention.
Expend our observation.
Deepening our meditation. We will sing freely, maybe dance, we will also be still and silent.
Through the altered states of being that this practice may lead us into, we might find
ourselves inquiring deeply into our Human and Being nature.
No previous information is needed.
I have been doing this work in different versions for the last 20 years. I was making music for most of my life until I was introduced to Meditation some 30 years ago, this encounter shifted everything , I left my old life and dedicated my time and energy for the spiritual practice until it felt like it's time to find a way to combine my passionate love for music with my un conditional love of spirit.
That is how this work came about and this is what I would like to share with you.
We will meet in Budapest for a weekend between the 5-7 of August.
The workshop will be in English, supported by Hungarian translation when necessary.
We will have an open zoom meeting for a short introduction and answering any questions you might have on Monday the 4th of July at 6 pm Budapest time.
To receive the link please contact us.
For more information and registration please contact us here.
Location: Israeli Cultural Institute, Paulay Ede utca 1. Budapest 1061, top floor room. ( Location)
Time: Friday 17:00-20:00 Saturday and Sunday 10:00-13:00, 15:00-18:00.
Price: 120 euros , early bird price until 06th of July will be 100 euros.
( Registration will be made with advanced payment of 50 euros)
We are offering one special price participant as a financial support in case of a need.
( please send your request by email ).