The Peacock Dance & Happy Navaratri plus Free Webinars
The Peacock Dance
The peacock’s dance is one of nature’s sublime and dignified beauties. A peacock, while dancing, displays its beauty, grace, energy, and power to attract its mate.
Similarly, for ten days, twice a year, Consciousness reveals its motherly splendor of love, power, strength, knowledge, and wealth, which Her devotees experience. With Her love and opulence, the Divine Mother blesses the world, frees Her devotees from their fears and worries, and more importantly, She attracts mature seekers back to the Self.
These special ten days are called Navaratri. One of the meanings of Navaratri is New Night. This meaning has a profound spiritual significance which I will talk about another day. During these ten days, the devotees sing the glories of Mother Divine and pray for Her blessings. The mature seekers remain in Her remembrance and long for Her.
(Sep 25 – October 5)
How To Celebrate Navaratri!
Carry no ill feelings toward anyone. It’s okay to keep a distance from people you don’t get along with but don’t carry any ill feelings in your heart toward them.
Honor your mother by expressing your gratefulness through your actions.
Don’t look down upon anyone based on their gender.
Observe cleanliness of mind by not encouraging any negative thoughts or emotions in your mind.
Share some of what you have with others.
Sing the glories of Divine Mother, knowing that the Divine Mother, God, and Self are the same.
Pranayamas and Chanting Webinars.
I will conduct 30-minute Webinars twice daily, from September 30 – October 4. These Webinars are for Shudham Oneness Members and those who have attended my courses and retreats recently. Others are welcome to join also, but please note there here will be no instructions, talking, or translation during these Webinars, just the practice of pranayamas and chanting.
Morning Session, September 30 – October 4, 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM (Toronto Time). Click here to join.
Evening Session, September 30 – October 4, 7:00 PM – 7:30 PM (Toronto Time). Click here to join.