Climate change is with us. A decade ago it was conjecture, now the future is unfolding before our eyes. Canada's Inuit see it in the disappearing Arctic ice, the shantytown dwellers of Latin America and Southern Asia see it in lethal storms and floods and Europeans see it in the disappearing glaciers, forest fires and fatal heat waves. These changes reveal that the world has not been as warm as it is now for more than a millennium.
Now, more than ever, Mother Earth needs us to tread as lightly on her as possible. But, how do we change the deeply embedded lifestyles and habits?
Let the eternal vedic wisdom reveal the timeless art of genuine sustainable living. Aided by the ancient technology of sacred sound, changing hearts becomes a tangible possibility. And with a sacred heart, comes sacred action - the clarion call of our times.
Our Speaker, Devamrita Swami, a traveling monk uses the ancient yoga knowledge of the east to present a practical alternative for the modern man. He is a Yale graduate, an author and researcher who has been instrumental in raising environment awareness around the world through his workshops.
So come along and mingle with like minded people in a quest to truly nurture Eco-desire.There will be the most delicious vegan feast awaiting you.
Event is free for students.
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