SWAMI NADAMActive Meditations


    Classes taught at SPACE 2B:
    Active Meditation®

    Swami Nadam (Owen) is a practitioner of active meditations, influenced by the work of modern mystic OSHO. He has spent the last 10 years exploring both inner and outer space through meditation and other holistic work. Prior to this, he has spent 20 years in the field of personal development and skills upgrading, collaborating with government agencies, self-help groups and companies. He is always looking to bring balance back to the conversation, be it business and spirituality, conservative and progressive ideas and areas that seems diversive.

    Owen has been regularly holding space for meditation and retreats in the last seven years. In the last year, he has expanded to hold meditative space beyond the structure of fixed technique. This allows for greater flexibility to approach meditation and self-awareness, based on the readiness of individuals.

    Why I practice meditation:

    A meditation practice balances the many needs of modern living and the quite call for spiritual growth. Over the years, it has served a firm foundation for my growth as a person, my work as a facilitator and my practice towards awareness.

    Why I teach meditation:

    My 20+ years as a corporate trainer has shown that the most effective way to growth is when you share it. In sharing meditation, I am not only a conduit for the practice to reach more individuals, but it also lifts me up as I prepare and lead sessions. ‘Growth is best enjoyed when the community grows together’ ~ Nadam

    What does “SPACE TO BE” look like to you?

    Space to be is a beautiful avenue in the heart of the city, where the busyness of mind can come and sink into the quietness of heart. A respite for everyone that finds their way pass it’s door.

    What does “LIVE SIMPLY” mean to you?

    There is no need to draw more to oneself, neither is there a need to discard what one already has. First come back to the moment, and life will simply show you what is needed and what is not. ‘Drop the past. Drop the future. Embrace the present’ – Nadam