Come and celebrate with us this auspicious May full moon.
Full moon have been celebrated for all cultures. Poets, painters, and artists have been inspired by her magnetic power. The power to turn tides, the ability to influence our state of mind and emotions. Moreover, the visionary ability to inspire creativity and oneness with the cosmos.
When: May 18th (Saturday)
Where: Bridge and Enrich - 718 East 20th Avenue (Fraser and 20th)
Moon in Scorpio invites us to delve into our feelings as deep as possible. The desire for a meaningful relationship, healthy exchanges, will be felt more than ever. Superficiality won't be accepted. The shallowness will be questioned and the authenticity will be a must. With the courage of facing the truth, we will be able to tap into our true self and, therefore, live our destiny.
Please bring blanket and yoga mat (or anything that would make you feel comfortable. You will be laying on your back for 62 minutes).
Join us on a sacred journey into the world of japa malas at Bridge & Enrich - 718 East 20th (Fraser and 20th) in June 8th (Saturday), from 1pm to 4pm.
Give yourself, family and friends a sacred gift and an opportunity to spend an afternoon creating your own meditation necklace.
Mala workshop is a very meditate practice. Learn a sacred and creative skill building your own mala with your intentions and vibration.
* (all material included. Semi-precious stones: carnelian, black onyx, rose quartz, fancy jasper, clear quartz, amethyst, sodalite and rudraksha beads).
Dates: Apr 29 – May 4, 2019; 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Investment: $1150 CDN + tax if registering before Feb 1, 2019
$1250 CDN + tax if registering after Feb 1, 2019.
ps: accommodation: you are responsible for your own accommodation and meals. Transportation: Fly to Vancouver International Airport
More info satdharamkaur.com.
Has your life been affected by trauma? Does the past interfere with your enjoyment of possibilities in the present?
The experience of a traumatic event can result in a harsh sentence – the past replays itself, constantly hijacking one’s capacity to inhabit the present moment.
The first stage in healing trauma requires regaining a sense of safety in one’s body, relationships and environment, and reconnecting to the true self. An important part of this stage is to learn how to regulate our emotions and manage triggers and symptoms that are upsetting or make us feel unsafe. One of the most accessible and effective ways to discover safety and stability in one’s body and to manage emotions and triggers is through the practice of breathing exercises, meditation and kundalini yoga.
The second stage in healing trauma involves actively working through the anger, fear and grief about unwanted or abusive experiences, and the negative effects these have had on one’s life. We may also benefit by expressing anger or grief around conditions that were lacking, or missed opportunities. Kundalini yoga can be effective in helping to release the negative emotional charge related to an event, by processing and releasing feelings in the body using repetitive movement, often combined with mantra. Through yoga practice we discover blissful states that carry us` home to our true self.
The third stage in healing trauma is to connect with others in meaningful relationship, and exercise choices that utilize our strengths and expand what’s possible for us. We align with our values, access our intuition, and learn to trust our spirit. We set intentions that fuel our joy and commit to fulfilling them. We embrace and accept all parts of ourselves, with spirit as our primary identity. We live with gratitude, faith and courage, in flow with what wants to be. We relax, while remaining grounded and alert to the invitation in each moment. We find our path through calm and conflict equally.
Using breathing exercises, meditation, group process, journalling, compassionate inquiry, and kundalini yoga you will gain insight, new perspectives and the ability to: