Submerge into the art of contemplation, the essence of meditative traditions, and build your unique philosophy through your art, love and intelligence. 

“That thou mayest have pleasure in everything,
Seek pleasure in nothing.
That thou mayest know everything,
Seek to know nothing.
That thou mayest posses all things,
Seek to posses nothing.
That thou mayest be everything,
Seek to be nothing.”

-St. John of the cross , The Ascent of Mount Carmel

KATA1, First Form, is about the essential skill of contemplation, learning to relieve ourselves of the limited belief that meditation is a passive inactive sitting activity in which we stop our thoughts from appearing.

At this stage of the Dojo we go deeply into the Arts of Being and recognise for oursleves that meditation is not only accessible as the already present nature of being alive, and therefore the source of happiness itself, but that we can think very actively and use this to enhance creativity, explore, design, and solve creative problems. 



We will look at what’s most important to you in your life right now. We will see what’s necessary for you to explore, and at the very least, find a pathway for the next step in your life. 

This session is a preliminary must, it’s 0 investment, and maximum value. 

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There is a space in every experience that lies beyond the objects we perceive, the feelings we feel and the thoughts we think. Yet, all objects we perceive and feelings we feel are the expression of this space.

This space is the heart of experience and the heart of life. We call it being alive. Some call it consciousness, some call it love, some call it meditation. Every action we take, whether knowingly or unknowingly, is taking us to this place. However, there is a paradox. - Because we are already in this place, no action we take or movement we make can bring us any closer.

This paradox is the cause for science to seek knowledge. Buddhists to seek Nirvana. For philosophers to seek wisdom. For romantics to seek love. For religions to seek God. For the world to seek abundance. And for artists to seek beauty. It is all to come to that place that we refer to when we say we feel alive.