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Program

 

Time

Event/Lecture/Speaker

Friday, Sep 17  
 
03:00-03:30 PMWelcome with Sukadev, Philipp Maas and local politician
03:30-04:30 PM

The Arrival of Physical Yoga in India

Dr. James Mallinson
University of London (UK)

04:30-04:45 PMBreak
04:45-05:45 PM

The Tattvayogabindu of Rāmacandra and its Fifteen Medieval Yogas 

Nils Liersch, B.A. + M.A.
Philipps University of Marburg (Germany)

06:00-07:00PMDinner
07:00-08:00 PMSpeakers Get together
08:00-09:30 PMSatsang
  
Saturday, Sep 18  
 
06:00-06:55 AMPranayama / Yogaclass 
07:00-08:00 AMSatsang
08:00-09:15 AMBreakfast 
09:30-10:30 AM

In the Presence of Patañjali: Two Samādhi Shrines in South India 

Prof. Gudrun Bühnemann
University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)

10:30-11:30 AM

Yogic Discipline for the Worldly King: Meditation and Self-Mastery in Sanskrit Manuals of Statecraft

Prof. Andrew J. Nicholson
Stony Brook University New York (USA)

11:30-12:00 AMBreak
12:00-01:00 PM

The Path to Liberation through introversion (nivṛtti) in Early Ayurveda

Prof. Dominik Wujastyk
University of Alberta (Canada)

01:00-02:30 PMLunch
02:30-03:30 PM

Śāstras on Yoga and Yogācāra

Dr. Karen O´ Brien
University of Roehampton (UK)

03:30-04:30 PM

Benevolence, Compassion, Sympathetic Joy, and Detachment in Pātañjali Yoga and Early Buddhism

Dr. Philipp Maas 
University of Leipzig (Germany)

04:30-05:00 PMBreak
05:00-06:00 PM

Meditation on the Self in a Medieval Jain Text on Yoga

Corinna Lhoir, M.A.
University of Hamburg (Germany)

06:00-07:00 PMDinner
07:30-08:00 PMPanel Discussion
08:00-10:00 PMSatsang, Concert with Anubhab, Cologne
  
Sunday , Sep 19  
 
06:00-06:55 AMPranayama / Yogaclass 
07:00-08:00 AMSatsang
08:05-09:00 AMBreakfast
09:00-10:00 AM

Yoga across Sectarian and Lingual Divisions: The Complex Āsanas of Mohanadāsa, Śivānandasarasvatī and the Baḥr al-Ḥayāt

Dr. Jason Birch
SOAS University of London (UK)

10:00-11:00 AM

From Wheel of Channels (nāḍīcakra) to Jeweled Lotus (maṇipūra): A Brief History of the Navel (nābhi) in Tantric Yoga

Prof. Shaman Hatley
University of Massachusetts Boston (USA)

11:00-11:30 AMBreak
11:30-12:30 AM

How a Yogī Should Die According to the Jñāneśvarī

Prof. Dr. Catharina Kiehnle
University of Leipzig (Germany)

12:30-01:30 PM

On the Five Subsidiary Bodily Winds and the Process of Dying

Dr. Christèle Barois
University of Vienna (Austria)

01:30-02:30 PMLunch
03:00-04:00 PMConcluding Panel Discussion

 

 

 

 

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