May this Diwali open our hearts and minds towards fellow beings, there is a real joy and freedom in it. Lighting the lamps and candles symbolically represent turning the switch of the the mind on to remove darkness and lighten up the mind to see a lot more, and to open oneself up to possibilities and embrace a whole lot more than visible. All Festivals, regardless of the religion they are affiliated with have an universal message - of oneness of humankind. Let's celebrate to that. I hope to attend many Diwali events in town, including Dinners. Next year, it will be celebrated in my home and all are welcome.
May this Diwali open our hearts and minds towards fellow beings. Happy Diwali to all. http://wisdomofreligion.blogspot.com/2008/09/spirit-of-navaratri.html
I hope to recieve blessings from Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in person here in Dallas.
Maha Diwali Yagna on Diwali day 28th Oct at the Dallas convention Center.
For the first time in the USA, the Diwali Yagna will be performed in the presence of His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. Yagna is an ancient method for purifying the atmosphere and enlivening the subtle laws of nature, connecting the individuals to nature in such a way that the benefits and goodwill are extended both to people there and around the world. They bring prosperity, purity, peace and harmony- the whole environment becomes lively …
The energy and vibrations emanating from all will be 1000...times more powerful. In the words of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar "The rituals will be felt in waves around the world".
This yagna is open to all, bring your friends and family and be blessed on this auspicious day of Diwali. Come and be part of this phenomenal celebration to deepen the peace in our lives and bring prosperity and abudance to all.
To find out more, visit http://www.txdiwali.org/
Contact Phone : 1-888-TX-DIWALI
Contact Email: email@example.com
Registration url : http://secure.artofliving.org/event_details.aspx?event_id=1758
Venue: DALLAS CONVENTION CENTER
Address: 650 S. Griffin St., Dallas, TX 75202 Map
Date & Time: Oct 28, 2008 6:00 PM