Felix Hammoser

What I teach at ŌHIA:

Teaching style:
In our meditations we curiously & playfully explore the infinite space of the heart with methods from various oriental traditions.

600h+ Hridaya Yoga & Meditation Teacher, M.A. in Philosophy, Dozens of Silent Retreats & years of Ashram service

Life wisdom:
“Love says ‘I am everything.’ Wisdom says ‘I am nothing.’ Between the two, my life flows.” (Nissargadatta Maharaj, I Am That)

Favourite book:
Niemandsrose by Paul Celan

“I‘ve always thought myself to be myself until I perceived the self to be awareness. Now the only nuisance is that I keep forgetting that. No matter if practising loving-kindness or martial arts, consciousness seems to expand and narrow itself constantly. Joy and sorrow take turns taking hold of me. So, what remains to be done other than to welcome them?

Other than to meditate yet again, to celebrate the truth of the paradox, the majesty of the absurd, this Sacred Mystery of life. As Albert Camus writes “all is well, […] one must imagine Sisyphus happy.” (The myth of Sisyphus)