Eish Shaok Schools


Genoa / Italy

Lessons: every tuesday


Ceriale / Italy

Lessons: every thursday


Milan / Italy

Lessons: every monday


Vicenza / Italy

Lessons: fortnightly lessons


Bologna / Italy

Lessons: every tuesday


Rome / Italy

Lessons: fortnightly lessons


Livorno / Italy

Lessons: fortnightly lessons


Bremen / Germany

Lessons: monthly seminar


Brussels / Belgium

Lessons: monthly seminar

A candlelit embrace

A friend, a monk from Eastern Europe, told me these days about how his monastery is dealing with increased bills. Every evening, the lights are turned off, and candles are lit in gathering and prayer places.

His brothers are not enthusiastic; there are many complaints about the global situation, government decisions, and the lack of attention to the community. However, he is seventy years old and tells me, “When I became a monk, we had no electricity and hardly any other conveniences. Every evening, we lit candles, and the entire monastery filled with deep peace. Our prayers, our hearts immersed in God without resistance. Now I observe these young people chatting and wonder if so many years of light have not blinded them to the gifts that the journey presents to us.”

How right he is. Every adversity that life puts before us touches our hearts and weighs down hope and fear. So that everyone can consider themselves either punished by their destiny or put in a position to realize it.

Remember this: the more your heart opens, the more beauty you will be able to see in the world, and the more beauty you can see, the more your heart will open.

A candlelit embrace

David Simurgh
David Simurgh

European manager for the Eish Shaok International Association. He spreads the principles of spiritual awakening through his work as a teacher, lecturer and writer. To date, he is the author of three first books on the Eish Shaok path: "I will tell you about them I- In the Beginning", "I will tell you about them II- In the Celestial Abode" and "Beyond Yourself". The books can be ordered here: ilgiardinodeilibri.it.

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