Events & Workshops

Spring Equinox Celebration w/ Beatriz Giraldo
Tuesday,  March 20, 1:30 – 2:45 pm

Let’s celebrate the first day of spring — when day and night are of equal length all over the earth — by joining together!  Spring Equinox is a profound way to tune in to the natural unity and balance of the planet . . .  a significant time of ritual, reflection, and renewal, a time of feeding the spirit and nurturing the soul.

Let's weave our sacred sounds and consciousness with the intentions of Harmony, Acceptance, Unity, Joy, Compassion, Love and Appreciation for all beings of the planet.

Bring crystal bowls, lots of bells, didgeridoos,  flutes, drums, rattles or other sacred instruments.
Join the Circle and Share the Sound. Everyone is welcome!
Equinox Blessings to us all!!

Donations are appreciated!

Arunachala ("red mountain") is the holy hill at Tiruvannamalai in India.  It is one of the five main shaivite holy places in South India.

Sunday Satsang w/ Rishi
Sunday, March 25, Noon to 1:30 pm

Satsang is a Sanskrit word often translated as 'association with Truth'. This Truth is not personal, philosophical, or religious, but rather is your unrecognized nature as Awareness itself. For most of us however, direct perception of True Nature is clouded, obscured, veiled by the belief 'I am the body, the mind, the emotions'. Misidentified with the body/mind complex, ones True Nature as unobstructed Awareness, ever present as the heart of Being, is hidden. Satsang therefore is the exploration of the question 'Who am I?' beyond the body/mind complex, which engages this misidentification directly. Engaging in the inquiry opens the gateway for you to experience your essential nature as Awareness Itself, and allows you to come to rest on the foundation of all experience with the understanding that all activity is Emptiness dancing, the Lila of the Divine.

Satsang begins with a half hour of unguided Silence, followed by an hour of dialogue with Rishi as he points you toward your Nature as Awareness using your questions as the starting point for the inquiry.

By donation to The Lotus Center