Spiritualizing relationships

Thursday, April 23, 2009 - 22:30 to Friday, April 24, 2009 - 01:00

A warm fuzzy feeling in the heart and a sense of excitement can easily pass as love. In every relation we search for love...at home with family or at school with friends, we are looking for loving relations. We have eternally searched for that perfect relation in the name of love.

Every relationship has its ups and then the downs. Often the downs may seem to stay longer. Our eternal longing unanswered, we may ask is 'happily ever after' true only in fairytale. But the quest for a perfect relationship continues unfettered.

Now is the time to get over the ups and downs and embark upon a journey of discovery where we confront our true instincts and desires. Join us as Devamrita Swami presents to us the time tested yoga of love. This is a chance to spiritualise relations and step into a new world free of heart aches.

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REGISTRATION: Event fee $15, free for students. To ensure a spot and avail pre-registeration prices RSVP online using credit card or paypal or mail a cheque payable to Ateet Agarwal, 30 Charles Street West, Suite 516, Toronto M4Y 1R5 ON.


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York University Student Centre
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