#49_August 2016 – Lama Marut & Cindy in Singapore 17th to 23rd October

Lama Marut & Cindy Lee in Singapore 17th to 23rd October 2016 17th to 19th October 7.30pm to 9pm (Save the Date …..Details coming) 21st to 23rd October – The Spectrum of Yoga at PURE Yoga Yoga is much more than physical exercise – it is a way of life. This weekend workshop will cover the main practices that will help practitioners integrate the full spectrum of yoga into every aspect of daily life. Complimentary Session – Friday, 21 Oct 7pm-8.30pm: The Meaning, Purpose and Method of Yoga Session 1 – Saturday, 22 Oct 10am-12pm: Karma Yoga: Ethical Living and…

#40 October 2015 – Register today for Lama Marut and Cindy Lee’s classes

“Get Unbusy” This is set of 4 classes where we learn how to regain true peace in our modern era of constant activity and busy-ness. Lama Marut and Cindy Lee will teach us what it means to “get unbusy” and feel a greater sense of calm while fulfilling our responsibilities and living our daily lives. Date: Friday 23rd October 7pm-9pm Saturday 24th October 3pm-5pm | 7pm to 9pm Sunday 25th October 3pm-5pm Venue: Oasis Holistic Blk 10 Oasis Holistic #01-50 Selegie House Selegie Road S(180010) Cost: Free, by donation Click here to register  info@asc-sg.org ************ “From Victimhood to Mastery” Join…

31 Oct to 2 Nov 2014 – Mindful Relationships

Lama Marut and Cindy Lee will be giving a three-part series of talks about how to have Mindful Relationships.     We’re all always and already in relationship with others – with people at work, our friends, partners, and family members.  In this three-part workshop, we’ll explore how to apply spiritual principles to these relationships so as to maximize the rewarding aspects and minimize the difficulties.  We’ll begin by investigating the preconditions for entering into a new relationship, move on to how to maintain and improve relationships we are already in, and conclude by discussing how to successfully “break up” and transition…

Starting 10 Nov 2014 – The Problem, the Cause, the Goal and the Solution

​Chuck and Angie, who have studied with Lama Marut over the last few years, will share this four-class Beginner Level Middle Way course, which lays out the foundational structure of any authentic spiritual path.  Recognizing the problems of a non-spiritual life; taking responsibility for one’s own well-being; the possibility of an alternative to a life of suffering and victimhood; and the basics of a coherent and efficient method for reaching the goal of true happiness. ​Dates: Mondays – November 10th, 17th, 24th and December 1st Time 7.30-9.30pm Venue: ​51b, Temple St, 2nd floor, Singapore 58596 Cost is free but registration…

30 Oct 2014 – Book Launch : Be Nobody by Lama Marut

Lama Marut’s book tour comes to Singapore! Please join us in celebrating the launch of Lama Marut’s new book. We are all desperately trying to be somebody, to be “special”. We collect “friends” and “followers” online as symbols of our worth. We hunt fame and visibility. But maybe we’ve got it all wrong. With his edgy tone and radical perspective, Lama Marut follows up A Spiritual Renegade’s Guide to the Good Life by calling for the biggest revolution of all: the overthrow of our obsessive quest to be somebody. He shows readers that living an ethical life—a life of selflessness…

3 to 6 December 2013 – Living the Life of a Spiritual Renegade

Sumati Marut will be concentrating on the nine chapters of his recent book, “A Spiritual Renegade’s Guide to the Good Life”, and his talks will cover spiritual motivation, forgiveness, gratitude, renunciation, karmic management and strategies for staying happy all day, every day. When:  Tues – Friday, 3rd to 6th December 2013 Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm At: Civil Service Club Auditorium L3, 60 Tessensohn Road Cost: Free Register: info@aci-sg.org Every evening focuses on something different, but they do build on each other through the four evenings,  so feel free to come to one or to all of them.

#14 Aug 2013 – Seeking Happiness

Seeking Happiness Change your Focus All human beings seek happiness.  Unfortunately, those of us that don’t need to worry about meeting the basic needs of life have been misled that happiness lies in the illusion of materialism. Even those people who have ‘arrived’ eventually realise that even unlimited wealth doesn’t make them happy for long.  At some point the promised dream fades, leading to disappointment and even depression. According to the World Health Organization, depression will be the world’s leading cause of death by the year 2020. Interestingly, Sonja Lyubomirsky, psychology professor at the University of California, states that when…