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Winter Solstice Sadhana

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With Jay Suttonbrown, E-RYT 500

Doing Sadhana in a group develops higher consciousness.

"At the beginning of sadhana everyone has a different vibration. Some have traces of dreams; others are already filled with concerns for the day; and still others come with different expectations about sadhana. The more people there are, the more these individual differences balance out and create a harmony. The happiness of one person balances the sadness of another. Then the entire group finds its energy directed by the activity of the sadhana itself. If, in morning sadhana, one cannot curtail the barriers and get to Oneness, I don’t think there is any other time it can happen. All for one, and one for all. That is the principle." ~The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

Join us for a group sadhana to celebrate the Winter Solstice, passing through the darkest day of the year as we return to the light. (Guru: from darkness into light). We will tune into our inner light as we connect with the season.  From the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, enjoy the transformative work community Sadhana with Pranayama, gentle Kriya, Meditation and up to 62 minutes of Mantra.

Earlier Event: May 27
Community Sadhana - Campbell River