Do you remember the last time you felt deeply connected in love with the Divine?
Subtle vibes … carried by the current of our connected hearts and minds.
Centering … withdrawing from the past and future to the stillness of the present moment.
Reunion … with the purest, radiant, Divine spiritual light and love.
If you joined our mailing list us since last August you may like to know the background of this annual festival:
Rakshabandhan (Rakhi) is an ancient and beautiful, spiritual ceremony that represents the reaffirming of a loving connection between ourselves and the Divine. It includes three main elements: a meditative reflection on this deep relationship, the sharing of a close, spiritual connection through the eyes with an experienced yogi, and the symbolic tying of a fine thread (Rakhi) around the wrist as a reminder of our eternal bond with our spiritual parent. The ceremony is about you and your connection with the Divine, and so you are most welcome to engage in all aspects or to just immerse yourself in the serene, meditative atmosphere and observe others enjoying the experience if you wish.
6.00 – 6.30pm light dinner
7.00pm meditation and Rakhi-tying
Venue: The Great Hall Cholsey Meadows, Wallingford OX10 9HH
Booking is essential. The booking link is at the bottom of this page.
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