On this episode, Dr. Erhard Vogel joins the show as part of our ongoing monthly series. One of the many things I love about my conversations with Erhard is I never know where they are going to go but we always have a truly expansive and open conversation! There is so much to learn from Erhard and his teachings and I’m thrilled to have him back on the show.
I start out this episode asking Erhard about one of his recent Pearls of Wisdom from his weekly newsletter: “Examining the Falsity about yourself does not necessarily have you live in Truth”. We talk about what examining the Falsity about yourself means (and what it doesn’t) and how we can start to gently examine Falsity in our own lives (hint, it might not be what you are expecting). From there Erhard and I discuss so many things from valuing ourselves sufficiently, to what it means to be, really be, and how you can drop all the layers of yourself that aren’t really you. We discuss how to get out of our heads so we can experience life with all of our being and I share my experience with this in a recent meditation. During this conversation I also share an example of how much relief I feel in what Erhard and I are discussing, which illustrates Erhard’s teaching: to know and experience for ourselves.
Erhard and I really had a magical conversation with this episode and my intention is that you follow along in our monthly series and can learn and grow along the way! If you missed the previous interviews with Erhard, you can find them here: Raise Your Level of Perception to Free Your Mind and Reality Is What Is.
You can watch the video of my interview with Erhard here:
More about Erhard Vogel: Erhard Vogel, PhD, is recognized as one of the foremost meditation and Self-realization teachers in the world. Born in war-torn Germany, Dr. Vogel immigrated to the United States at age fourteen. He graduated from the Pratt Institute of Design in New York, and at an early age rose to a respected position in a world-renowned architectural firm. At thirty-one, he set aside a brilliant career in architecture to devote himself to the service of humanity.For four years Erhard, as he likes to be called by his students, traveled the globe on foot. He lived in Europe, the Middle East, Afghanistan, India, Nepal and China, thoroughly researching the ways in which people of different cultures seek fulfillment. He saw the underlying need in everyone to fulfill their potential.
In India Erhard met two of the world’s most renowned luminous Masters, who welcomed him into their midst and invited him to teach among the Himalayan sages—a rare distinction for a westerner. He lived for an extended period of time in a Himalayan cave in a remote sacred area. Living in utter joy and luminosity, Erhard remembered how so many people throughout the world suffer. He returned home to address the problems and aspirations of our contemporary society with his teachings. Following a lecture tour spanning the United States, Europe and Canada, he came to San Diego and founded The Nataraja Yoga Ashram, a not-for-profit organization.
Erhard’s teachings are a unique combination of time-tested wisdom and pragmatic method. His fundamental, experiential and systematic approach is based upon sound psychological, physiological and spiritual principles that make meditation and Self-realization practical and attainable. Erhard teaches not from books nor from other people’s ideas, but out of his own profound life experience. Through his depth of knowledge he is able to inspire and gently guide sincere students to the experience of their limitless potential. With unconditional acceptance and unwavering respect for the Being they are, he inspires his students to recognize their real Self and to treat themselves with trust and kindness.
Since 1969, Erhard has taught tens of thousands of students throughout the world. He continues to travel regularly to India and teach among the sages in the Himalayas, where he is recognized as a Master Teacher. He has authored three additional books: Self-healing Through The Awareness Of Being; Journey Into Your Center; The Four Gates: A Saga Of The Human Being On The Path From The Pit Of Despair To The Realm Of Fulfillment, From Confusion To Clarity, Culminating In The Deepest Realization; and A Dialogue With Death The Teacher Of Life: An Ancient Story For The Modern World, as well as numerous audio recordings of guided meditations and teachings. Erhard currently offers courses on site and online through The Nataraja Meditation and Yoga Center in San Diego, California. You can find out more about Erhard and his teachings here:
- Get your copy of A Dialogue with Death The Teacher of Life: An Ancient Story for the Modern World
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatarajaAshram
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nataraja.ashram/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ExpertInLIfe
- Website: https://yogameditationnataraja.org
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NatarajaYogaAshram
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