June 2ith is International Yoga Day, and the previous night is Full Moon night. Join us for a Meditation and Fruit Dinner!
On every full moon day, our ancestors followed 'Phalahara' (literally translated to 'Fruit Diet'). Fruits are the Natural food for human beings, and eating a fruit meal can give us a light, wonderful, healthy feeling.
Those who meditate regularly would have noticed that their meditation is much stronger on full moon days. This is especially true when you meditate on celestial bodies around Earth.
Join us on June 21th, Tuesday evening, to experience how amazing this Nature Connection can feel.
We will begin the get together with a talk by Dr. Achyuthan Eswar, Co-founder, PHC Lifestyle Clinic, about how our body is Naturally linked to the cycles of Nature around us, and how the effects of fruit diet and meditation can be enhanced by the full moon.
The talk will be followed by Pancha Bhootha Nava Graha meditation, led by Professor Krish Murali Eswar, Kundalini Yogi. This is a meditation on the five elements of Nature and on the nine celestial bodies closest to Earth. ANYBODY can practice this meditation, irrespective of age. It is a 30 minute meditation. Chairs are provided for those who find it difficult to sit down.
Fruit Dinner will follow the group meditation. Fruit dinner is a potluck. You are invited to bring 1 kg of any fruit of your choice to share with everyone who comes! (*hint hint* Mango and Jackfruit season is at its best!
- 5:30 pm: We meet at ArtyPlantz terrace and get introduced to everyone
- 6:00 pm: Introduction to 'Phalahara' by Dr. Achyuthan Eswar, Co-founder, PHC Lifestyle Clinic
- 6:20 pm: Discussion and Q & A about Phalahara
- 6:30 pm: Pancha Bhootha Nava Graha (Five Elements & Nine Planets) Meditation, led by Prof. Krish Murali Eswar, Kundalini Yogi
- 7:00 pm: Fruit Dinner
- A voracious appetite!
- 1 kg of any fruit of your choice. You could bring more than one kind of fruit if you like! :)
- Plate (and knife & spoon if required) to eat dinner with us. Let's not create any waste!
- A cloth or rubber mat, if you wish to use your own mat to meditate on.