Sacred activism

Sunday, April 19, 2009 - 19:00 to Monday, April 20, 2009 - 01:00

Module 1: Environment Scan: ecology, war, relations
In today’s fast changing world, daily newspapers alert you about impending attacks. Environment, economy, country, relations, and family – everything is under attack. A sense of urgency grips our lives and at such times Yogic Vision helps us view the world around us in a different perspective. In this session we explore a perspective that presents scope for an alternate future of the world around us.

Module 2: Mantra Meditation - kirtan
Experience the power of mantra meditation and transcendent beats. Ancient eastern instruments and experts musicians and yogis take you on an inner journey through the power of sound.

Module 3: Internal Scan: food, mind, body, consciousness, be the change
Often there is a big gap between our lifestyle, possessions and the things that we really want. Our dreams are far from reality. Internal scan is about speaking and facing the truth about our mind, body and consciousness. Activism means to look ahead and act on it. In this session we embrace the activism principle to clearly define steps to achieve our life’s goals. As often said if you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and then make a change.

Module 4: Mantra Meditation – kirtan power
Save the best for the last. Taking mantra meditation - kirtan to another level. Get ready to clap your hands and tap your feet. Kirtan that will revive your spirits and make you smile.

Module 5: Dinner

Event Sponsered by Moksha Yoga.

Moksha Yoga Uptown
1498 Yonge St. 2nd Floor, Toronto Toronto
M4T 1Z6‎ Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Aarti

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