Upcoming Events for Week of Feb 20

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Dear Friends,
We hope you had enjoyed a great relaxing Family Day long weekend, and a BIG THANK YOU goes out to all of those that were able to attend our retreat (Dealing with Desires) this past weekend; we hope you had a blast! If you missed your chance this time around or want to attend the next retreat, keep an eye on this newsletter in the next 2-3 months.

Events for the week of the 20th
Wed 22nd, Meditation nights – Kirtan: Bhakti yoga chants with Music and dance. Enliven and enlighten your being through the simple method of Meditation. Forget about the stress from work, let go the fear of exams and embrace a relaxed spirit of festivities as we inch closer to holiday season through the easy process of meditation. Details and RSVP at http://www.BhaktiLounge.com/3314

Thu 23rd, Vegan cooking made easy: Everything you need to know about vegan cooking from choosing ingredients to advise on health and nutrition. Learn in an interactive and participative environment, through these classes we will take you on a Journey to focus deeply on the ‘Yoga of cooking’. You will be surprised to know how you can transform your home kitchen into a meditation room and your food into Ayurvedic treats. Please pre-register as we have only limited spots. Details and RSVP at http://www.BhaktiLounge.com/3308

Fri 24th, Unconditional Love – Bhagavad Gita series: Love is one of the words we use most and understand least. The problem is that there are different kinds of love – some last a day, some a lifetime and some forever. This boundless unconditional eternal love is the topic of discussion and we invite you all to join us for a special evening. We will discover these secrets through soothing musical candle lit kirtans, interactive presentations, and a delicious vegan dinner and desserts. Details and RSVP at http://www.BhaktiLounge.com/3305

For month’s calendar, please check: http://www.BhaktiLounge.com

Bhagavad Gita Series: Arjuna Said: “I do not see how any good can come from killing my own kinsmen in this battle, nor can I, my dear Krishna, desire any subsequent victory, kingdom, or happiness.”(Chapter 1 text 31)



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