Godai Meiso

Guided meditation by our Jonin
Duration: 1 hour

Physical condition: students need to be able to stand, walk, sit and comunicate.
All levels welcome, including beginners. However, due to mentally intense nature of this training, participants should not be suffering from mental illnesses.
Fee: € 10 (separate class)
Monthly subscription (One’s a week) Fee: € 40
Private Assesment: € 50 (2 hour private session with our Jonin)

60 minutes of guided meditation based on the 5 elements of nature: Chi (Earth), Sui (Water), Ka (Fire), Fu (Wind) and Ku (Void). Through slow moving postures and seated meditation we try to seek innerpeace and calm our minds.
There are “5 initial levels of experience” to obtain in Godai Meiso.
1. In the first year you will study the element of Earth, which is the element where we ground ourselves. We want to have a stable foundation to build on in the following year.
2. The next level is Sui, the water element. After you are assessed by our Jonin (highest Teacher of our school) and he approved your progression, you can carry on and study this element.
3. Fire is the third element and you can start to study this element after approval of your experience and readiness by our Jonin.
4. The fourth element to study is Wind. If you have done your previous meditations regularly for at least a year, you can ask our jonin to have a private guided session. Such a session is to find out if your level of awareness is sufficient to go on to the next level.
5. The final level is the level of Void, which is not a physical element of nature….it is all and nothing and is very important to have studied all the previous levels deeply to enter this level. It is a very special experience to be able to enter this level. Guidance is very important.
After achieving the Void initial level, you will be able to deepen your knowledge of every element and study the “5 advanced levels of experience”. Students who are ready to study this level, will be personally invited by our Jonin. More information will be given at that time.
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“The difference between the novice and the master is that the master has failed more times
than the novice has tried.” – Koro-sensei