Energetic Scanning, Meditation

NOMAD is open on Wednesday to Sunday, from 21:00 till 00:00, on the weekends – till the party goes on. Our address: Mahlower Str. 32, 12049 Berlin – Neukölln. U8 Boddinstraße.

Talk & Demo: ENERGETIC SCANNING – Direct Access to Our Energetic Self
June 10 (Wednesday), 21:00


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TALK by: Yoav Shavit

ENTRY fee: donation.

Spiritual-Emotional healing, much like physical healing, should and can be practical, logical and accessible to all. We are born into a physical body and very quickly we are being taught how to use and listen to it. However, we have another “body” existing in us – an emotional-energetic one. So how can we listen to that body?

Energetic Scanning is a simple tool that allows each one of us direct access to our energetic-self by observing and mapping our body structure according to main energetic centers. Energetic Scanning was originally used by Medical Intuition practitioners in order to diagnose illnesses. As this tool observes the energetic body it can help diagnose not only physical issues but also emotional and spiritual ones, much like a doctor’s diagnosis. Using Energetic Scanning we can in fact create tables and lists of our “energetic leeks” or “emotional malfunctions”, in order to get better understanding of ourselves and to live in peace and harmony – body, mind and soul.

Yoav Shavit spent years of his life with one foot in the High-Tech world and the other foot in the spiritual world. In the last few years he is developing his practice as a therapist and spiritual consultant in Berlin.



Guided MEDITATION: Training the Mind
June 14 (Sunday), 21:00


Every Sunday we gather to meditate and get some motivation to continue doing it regularly.

Meditation is the most useful skill you can master. It can bring the mind to the end of suffering, something no other skill can do. But it’s also the most subtle and demanding skill there is. It requires all the mental qualities ordinarily involved in mastering a physical skill — mindfulness and alertness, persistence and patience, discipline and ingenuity — but to an extraordinary degree. This is why, when you come to meditation, it’s good to reflect on any skills, crafts, or disciplines you’ve already mastered so that you can apply the lessons they’ve taught you to the training of the mind.


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