Monthly Archives: January 2013

My blog today will be based on the talk that Sadhvi Sarawati gave to the Divine Shakti Festival group, who are sharing wonderful yoga classes here at Kumbha Mela. I am grateful for her amazing ability to take spiritual concepts...
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My blog today will be based on the talk that Sadhvi Sarawati gave to the Divine Shakti Festival group, who are sharing wonderful yoga classes here at Kumbha Mela. I am grateful for her amazing ability to take spiritual concepts...
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January 25th 2013 Kumbh Mela Allahabad, India Yesterday, we invited a group of young untouchable fisherman’s daughters to our camp to be honored as Goddesses in front of press and TV networks, in order to begin a shift in India’s...
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January 26th 2013 Kumbh Mela Allahabad, India Today started again early with heavy fog and a deep penetrating cold. I didn’t have the energy to go down to the river this morning so I performed a small peace ritual in...
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Patrick is sick today with the cough that has found a home in the frigid night air here on the banks of the river, so I will write about our day with 5000 school children yesterday. They came marching in...
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January 20th 2013 Kumbh Mela Allahabad, India Today began at 4:00 AM as I was called by the power of the river. It’s hard to describe my overall experience here at Kumbh Mela to anyone. I am involved in many...
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January 23rd 2013 Kumbh Mela Allahabad, India I write this morning from my bed as I struggle to rejoin the event. The last two days have been a fog of agony with only snippets of consciousness here and there. I...
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Hi All. Today I led a march of 5,000 school children along the banks of the Ganges to both clean up the sacred river, but also to call for world peace and the preservation of our environment generally. All of...
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January 16th & 17th 2013 Kumbh Mela Allahabad, India The last two days so much has happened here at the Kumbh Mela. Day and night have become indistinguishable, and the combination of rituals, meeting people, and incredible experiences, are becoming...
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Since we have come to India to participate in the largest spiritual gathering on earth ( over 70 million estimated), I am questioning here what it means to choose spirituality as a focus for one’s life. I have the rare...
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