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New Year Eve Celebration with Raw Vegan Dinner, Movie and Meditaion

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  • Mahendra aka Briksha
    Yoga Society of San Francisco Invites you to Celebrate  New Year s Eve with Raw Vegan food dinner , Movie, Meditation, Ceremony and Community! On Wenesday
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 23, 2008
      Yoga Society of San Francisco
      Invites you to Celebrate
       New Year's Eve
      with Raw Vegan food dinner ,
      Movie,
      Meditation,
      Ceremony and Community!


      On
      Wenesday ,December 31, 2008, 6.30pm - Until next year. At
      Yoga Society of San Francisco (www.yssf.com) 2872 Folsom St. San Francisco CA 94110

      Fee: $25.00 if RSVP before Tuesday 9pm. $35.00 After .


      Tentative Scheldude

      6.30 pm - 7.30 pm - gathering, drinking( soup, kombucha, chai) 7.30pm-8.30 pm  - breathing, meditation,
      sharing. 8.30 pm - 10pm - dinner
      10pm-11.45pm -Movie, dance, socialization11.45pm-12midnight- fire Ceremony/meditation in the temple welcome to New Year, dance and ritual


      Menu
      Includes
        
           Green soup with Veggie salad
              Veggi Ball with Mint Chutney, and cranberry sauce
                Indian main dish -masala sabji (spicy vegetable)             Simple Salad with Coconut hemp Curry
      Dressing,
             
             Hemp Ice
      cream (Gojiberry & Chocolate), fruit salad
                      Healthy drink (kombucha, chai )
      (ps. there might be one cook dish `lentil squash curry`- soup)



      Pre-Registration is Required
      For registration/ Question contact Briksha at - brikshalal@yahoo. com ph.no. 415.503.780

      Have  a happy christmass!

      Peace
      Briksha

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      The joy of Christmas is the intuition that all limitations to growth into
      higher states of consciousness have been overcome.  The Divine light cuts
      across all darkness, prejudice, preconceived ideas, prepackaged values, false
      expectations, phonyness and hypocrisy.  It presents us with the
      truth.  To act out of the truth is to make Christ grow not only in
      ourselves, but in others.  
      Keating, Thomas.  The Mystery of Christ:  The
      Liturgy as Spiritual Experience. PP.  27-28.



      More on Thomas Keating can be found
      at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Keating




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