A participant tells:
“It’s a cold autumn day when I step inside Lajla Glumby at the Life Journey Institute. The apartment is lit by candles and I am embraced by the warm atmosphere as I step in from the autumn darkness outside.
Lajla welcomes me and the other students with a heartwarming hug and asks us to take a seat in the meditation room where she has served nuts, chocolate, oranges, tea and coffee for the evening session.
The place feels like a sanctuary in the midst of everyday hustle and bustle. Here is no focus on career, duties or information media. Instead, we have been left for ourselves and for a while.
Lajla starts the session by telling about the evening’s chakra and then guides us into meditation using visualization exercises. From here we can form our own mental images of our inner. Someone sees their roots floating in water while others have settled into each other and need to be sorted out. After the meditation, we analyze our pictures together with Lajla. Insight into each other’s imaginative powers gives extra depth to meditation, and openness to each other makes the experience particularly honest.”