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The Sat Nam Fest Sangat is a community of yoga and mantra lovers who have experienced the transformational power of this Kundalini Yoga and Music Festival. Even if you have not yet attended Sat Nam Fest, this is a great group to support your Kundalini yoga, meditation and mantra journey.

This sangat will help you to keep up with your personal practice, remind you of your inner radiance and boost your inspiration between festivals. It is a beautiful way to stay connected to the people that you meet at Sat Nam Fest, and to make new connections with yogis around the world via social media and the Sat Nam Fest blog.

This community will flourish when you show up and share your unique sparkle of divine light with us.The more we are able to reach out to each other to offer love, support, and inspiration, the more elevated we all become. It becomes easier to sustain our practice in between festivals, and carry the feeling of bliss that we so easily reach at Kundalini Yoga festivals back into our every day lives. We hope you will join us on this journey. We invite you to share your stories, photos, inspirational messages, and your heart as we stay connected between festivals.

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Looking forward to seeing you all in August 💜
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Looking forward to seeing you all in August 💜
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Sat Nam, Param Sangat here ! 💚 Is anyone from my KYTT 2014 class or Concious Communication training at the ashram in Millis, MA with Mahan Rishi going to be at Sat Nam Fest in the Berkshires this August ? Hoping to see you ! 💐💜🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

Renee Haridev Leduc Clarke shared Haridev Kaur's photo to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

Have you always wanted to explore how to modify #Kundalini yoga #kriyas and #meditations in a chair?
Did you get to try Kundalini yoga in a chair at Sat Nam Fest and want to learn more?
Now is your chance to do an intensive with Willem Wittstamm/Mangala Singh at Raj Yoga in Sterling, VA (outside Washington, DC, near Dulles Airport) on June 9-11, 2017 while he is visiting from Germany. Discounted registration available through 31 May at www.rajyoga.org! #chairyoga #accessibleyoga
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Have you always wanted to explore how to modify #Kundalini yoga #kriyas and #meditations in a chair? Did you get to try Kundalini yoga in a chair at Sat Nam Fest and want to learn more? Now is your chance to do an intensive with Willem/Mangala Singh at Raj Yoga in Sterling, VA (outside Washington, DC, near Dulles Airport) on June 9-11, 2017 while he is visiting from Germany. Discounted registration available through 31 May at www.rajyoga.org! #chairyoga #accessibleyoga

Have you always wanted to explore how to modify #Kundalini yoga #kriyas and #meditations in a chair? 
Did you get to try Kundalini yoga in a chair at Sat Nam Fest and want to learn more? 
Now is your chance to do an intensive with Willem Wittstamm/Mangala Singh at Raj Yoga in Sterling, VA (outside Washington, DC, near Dulles Airport) on June 9-11, 2017 while he is visiting from Germany. Discounted registration available through 31 May at www.rajyoga.org! #chairyoga #accessibleyoga

There are a couple of classes I know I definitely want to take, but I just want to have a (printed) schedule to look at and decide when I'm ready to decide.....not a week before hand.
This is very frustrating.
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Megan O'ConnellGoing way green! 🚫📄🚫 Excited for you that you're headed out there! I'm sure someone at SV can assist. 🙏🏼

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LivShakti KaurOk....awesome! Amrit Kaur just clarified, there will be schedules posted. Feel much better now. 😁❤🙏🏽

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Dhyan Saling shared Mirabai Ceiba's photo to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

Cant make it to Sat Nam Fest this year?!
Mirabai Ceiba will be playing an intimate concert in Encinitas CA,
Dont miss Mirabai Ceiba Live in Concert Wednesday April 5th 6:30 pm at the amazing vegan EVE Encinitas Cafe!
There will be a little bazar pre and post concert, so get there a little bit early to shop around and eat some delicious organic vegan food! All menu items are 10% for concert attendees!
Tickets can be found at:
www.mirabaiceibasandiego.eventbrite.com
If you want to promote your classes, yoga studio or sell your products, please contact me soon, so I can reserve you a bazar spot.
Vendors don't pay extra price for bazar tables, they just need to buy regular concert tickets.
For more info, email dhyankaur@hotmail.com or call (619) 822-4989
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We will play an intimate candle light concert in Encinitas, California on April 5th on our way to Sat Nam Fest, Joshua Tree. All infos here: bit.ly/2mJWVqK Vamos a tocar un concierto intimo en Encinitas, CA , April 5 en camino a Sat Nam Fest! Querida gente de Tijuana, vengan!

Cant make it to Sat Nam Fest this year?!
Mirabai Ceiba will be playing an intimate concert in Encinitas CA,
Dont miss Mirabai Ceiba Live in Concert  Wednesday April 5th 6:30 pm at the amazing vegan EVE Encinitas Cafe!
There will be a little bazar pre and post concert, so get there a little bit early to shop around and eat some delicious organic vegan food! All menu items are 10% for concert attendees!
Tickets can be found at:
www.mirabaiceibasandiego.eventbrite.com
If you want to promote your classes, yoga studio or sell your products, please contact me soon, so I can reserve you a bazar spot.
Vendors dont pay extra price for bazar tables, they just need to buy regular concert tickets.
For more info, email dhyankaur@hotmail.com or call (619) 822-4989

Margaret Wilcox shared Wheels of Light - Reiki & Yoga's event to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

One Quan Yin suite left with a sunrise view and patio (sleeps 2). Offering Sat Nam friends a discount of $500. Message me!
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Dhyan Saling shared Cosmic Flow Kundalini Yoga's post to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

Have you bought your tickets for Mirabai Ceiba Live in Concert?!
Event is approaching FAST! Concert will be at EVE Encinitas, an AMAZING gathering place that serves the BEST quality vegan foods, smoothies, kombucha on tap and much more!
Tickets at: mirabaiceibasandiego.eventbrite.com
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Have you bought your tickets for Mirabai Ceiba Live in Concert?! Event is approaching FAST! Concert will be at EVE Encinitas, an AMAZING gathering place that serves the BEST quality vegan foods, smoothies, kombucha on tap and much more! Big shout out to Scott Steele for making this place so fun and uplifting! Heres a little video to inspire YOU getting your tickets TODAY at: mirabaiceibasandiego.eventbrite.com www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgX_XZQUvJg

Today Parkash Purab (Janam Diwas) of Sahibzada Baba Ajit Singh Ji.

"Janmiaa poot bhagat govind kaa ||
A son is born to the devotee of the Universal Lord.
Pragattiaa sabh meh likhiaa dhur kaa ||rehaao||
This primal writ of manifest destiny has been revealed to all. ||Pause|| "

Sahibzada Ajit Singh (11 February 1687 - 7 December 1705), the eldest of four sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji, was born to Mata Jito ji (also known as Mata Sundari ji) at Paonta sahib on 11 February 1687. The following year, Guru Gobind Singh ji returned with the family to Anandpur where Ajit Singh was brought up in the approved Sikh style.
He was taught the religious texts, philosophy and history, and had training in the martial arts such as riding, swordsmanship, gatka and archery. He grew up to be a handsome young man, strong, intelligent and a natural leader of people. Soon after the creation of the Khalsa on 30 March 1699, he had his first test of skill. A group of Sikhs (sangat) coming from Pothohar, northwest Punjab, was attacked and looted on the way by the Ranghars of Nuh, a short distance from Anandpur across the River Sutlej.
Guru Gobind Singh ji sent Sahibzada Ajit Singh, barely 12 years of age then, to that village to intervene and defend the sangat. Ajit Singh at the head of 100 Sikhs reached there on 23 May 1699, punished the Ranghars and recovered the looted property. Following this successful mission, a much harder task was entrusted to him the following year when the hill chiefs supported by imperial troops attacked Anandpur. Sahibzada Ajit Singh was made responsible for the defence of Taragarh Fort which became the first target of attack.
This, according to the Bhatt Vahis, happened on 29 August 1700. Ajit Singh, assisted by Bhai Ude Singh, a seasoned soldier, repulsed the attack. He also fought valiantly in the battles of Nirmohgarh in October 1700. On 15 March 1701, a sangat, column of Sikh devotees, coming from Darap area (present Sialkot district) was waylaid by Gujjars and Ranghars. Sahibzada Ajit Singh led a successful expedition against them too.
Once a Brahman came to Guru Gobind Singh’s ji darbar. He complained that some Pathans of Bassi, near Hoshiarpur had taken his newly-wedded wife away by force. Sahibzada Ajit Singh offered to help the Brahman to recover his wife. As instructed by Guru Gobind Singh ji, on 7 March 1703 he took out 100 horsemen to Bassi, near Hoshiarpur. With this band of young brave Sikhs, Baba Ajit Singh fell upon Bassi during the night. He arrested the Pathans responsible for the wicked deed. He recovered the Brahman’s wife. He took the wicked Pathans to Anandpur the following morning. The Brahman’s wife was restored to him. The wicked Pathans were punished, suitably and severely.
In the prolonged siege of Anandpur in 1705, Sahibzada Ajit Singh again displayed his qualities of courage and steadfastness. When, at last, Anandpur was vacated on the night of 5-6 December 1705, he was given command of the rearguard. As the besiegers, violating their solemn promises for a safe conduct to the evacuees, attacked the column, he stoutly engaged them on a hill feature called Shahi Tibbi until relieved by Bhai Ude Singh. Sahibzada Ajit Singh crossed the Sarsa, then in spate, along with his father, his younger brother, Jujhar Singh, and some fifty Sikhs. Further reduced in numbers by casualties at the hands of a pursuing troop from Ropar, the column reached Chamkaur in the evening of 6 December 1705, and took up position in a garhi, a highwalled fortified haveli (house). The attackers, their numbers since swelled by reinforcements from Malerkotia, Sirhind and from among the local Ranghars and Gujjars, soon caught up with them and threw a tight ring around Chamkaur.

An unequal but grim battle commenced with the sunrise on 7 December 1705 in the words of Guru Gobind Singh's Zafamamah, a mere forty defying a hundred thousand (lakh). The besieged, after they had exhausted the meagre stock of ammunition and arrows, made sallies in batches of five each to engage the encircling host with sword and spear. Sahibzada Ajit Singh led one of the sallies and laid down his life fighting in the thick of the battle. He was 18 years old at the time of his supreme sacrifice for his faith. Gurdwara Qatalgarh now marks the spot where he fell, followed by Sahibzada Jujhar Singh, who led the next sally.
An annual fair is held in commemoration of their martyrdoms on the 8th of the Bikrami month of Poh (December/January).
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Today Parkash Purab (Janam Diwas) of Sahibzada Baba Ajit Singh Ji.

Janmiaa poot bhagat govind kaa ||
A son is born to the devotee of the Universal Lord.
Pragattiaa sabh meh likhiaa dhur kaa ||rehaao||
This primal writ of manifest destiny has been revealed to all. ||Pause|| 

Sahibzada Ajit Singh (11 February 1687 - 7 December 1705), the eldest of four sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji, was born to Mata Jito ji (also known as Mata Sundari ji) at Paonta sahib on 11 February 1687. The following year, Guru Gobind Singh ji returned with the family to Anandpur where Ajit Singh was brought up in the approved Sikh style.
He was taught the religious texts, philosophy and history, and had training in the martial arts such as riding, swordsmanship, gatka and archery. He grew up to be a handsome young man, strong, intelligent and a natural leader of people. Soon after the creation of the Khalsa on 30 March 1699, he had his first test of skill. A group of Sikhs (sangat) coming from Pothohar, northwest Punjab, was attacked and looted on the way by the Ranghars of Nuh, a short distance from Anandpur across the River Sutlej.
Guru Gobind Singh ji sent Sahibzada Ajit Singh, barely 12 years of age then, to that village to intervene and defend the sangat. Ajit Singh at the head of 100 Sikhs reached there on 23 May 1699, punished the Ranghars and recovered the looted property. Following this successful mission, a much harder task was entrusted to him the following year when the hill chiefs supported by imperial troops attacked Anandpur. Sahibzada Ajit Singh was made responsible for the defence of Taragarh Fort which became the first target of attack.
This, according to the Bhatt Vahis, happened on 29 August 1700. Ajit Singh, assisted by Bhai Ude Singh, a seasoned soldier, repulsed the attack. He also fought valiantly in the battles of Nirmohgarh in October 1700. On 15 March 1701, a sangat, column of Sikh devotees, coming from Darap area (present Sialkot district) was waylaid by Gujjars and Ranghars. Sahibzada Ajit Singh  led a successful expedition against them too.
Once a Brahman came to Guru Gobind Singh’s ji darbar. He complained that some Pathans of Bassi, near Hoshiarpur had taken his newly-wedded wife away by force. Sahibzada Ajit Singh offered to help the Brahman to recover his wife. As instructed by Guru Gobind Singh ji, on 7 March 1703 he took out 100 horsemen to Bassi, near Hoshiarpur. With this band of young brave Sikhs, Baba Ajit Singh fell upon Bassi during the night. He arrested the Pathans responsible for the wicked deed. He recovered the Brahman’s wife. He took the wicked Pathans to Anandpur the following morning. The Brahman’s wife was restored to him. The wicked Pathans were punished, suitably and severely. 
In the prolonged siege of Anandpur in 1705, Sahibzada Ajit Singh again displayed his qualities of courage and steadfastness. When, at last, Anandpur was vacated on the night of 5-6 December 1705, he was given command of the rearguard. As the besiegers, violating their solemn promises for a safe conduct to the evacuees, attacked the column, he stoutly engaged them on a hill feature called Shahi Tibbi until relieved by Bhai Ude Singh. Sahibzada Ajit Singh crossed the Sarsa, then in spate, along with his father, his younger brother, Jujhar Singh, and some fifty Sikhs. Further reduced in numbers by casualties at the hands of a pursuing troop from Ropar, the column reached Chamkaur in the evening of 6 December 1705, and took up position in a garhi, a highwalled fortified haveli (house). The attackers, their numbers since swelled by reinforcements from Malerkotia, Sirhind and from among the local Ranghars and Gujjars, soon caught up with them and threw a tight ring around Chamkaur.

An unequal but grim battle commenced with the sunrise on 7 December 1705 in the words of Guru Gobind Singhs Zafamamah, a mere forty defying a hundred thousand (lakh). The besieged, after they had exhausted the meagre stock of ammunition and arrows, made sallies in batches of five each to engage the encircling host with sword and spear. Sahibzada Ajit Singh led one of the sallies and laid down his life fighting in the thick of the battle. He was 18 years old at the time of his supreme sacrifice for his faith. Gurdwara Qatalgarh now marks the spot where he fell, followed by Sahibzada Jujhar Singh, who led the next sally.
An annual fair is held in commemoration of their martyrdoms on the 8th of the Bikrami month of Poh (December/January).

Tomorrow we all Sikhs are going to celebrate the 387th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Har Rai ji , who is remembered for his sensitivity towards the nature and his passion for preserving it.

In the 17th century, Guru Har Rai ji was instrumental in developing Kiratpur Sahib on the banks of tributary of the river Sutlej in Punjab as a town of parks and gardens: he planted flowers and fruit-bearing trees all over the area, as well as medicinal herbs and wildlife sanctuaries for the benefit of the masses making him perhaps the earliest environmentalist in the Indian subcontinent. According to Sikh history this created a salubrious environment, attracting birds and animals to the town and turning it into an idyllic place to live.

The story of love with nature began when Guru Har Rai as a young boy accidentally battered a flower in his garden with his gown. He was deeply hurt at this incident and never plucked any flower or leaf in his whole life instead he became an intense lover and preserver of nature. He began a medicinal herb garden known as called Naulakha Baagh.

History tells of how when Dara Shiko (the son of Shajahan the Emperor of India) was poisoned with tiger’s whiskers by his own brother Aurangzeb, the royal family begged for medicinal herbs from the Guru Har Rai’s medicinal garden. The medicines included cloves and 100 grams of Harar (termininalia chebula; known in Ayurvedic medicine as Aralu and credited with having laxative and stomachic properties). To these ingredients, Guru ji added a pearl called Jagmoti which was to be ground and used as a subsidiary remedy. When his son was healed, the Emperor was naturally very pleased and forgot all his enmity with the Guru, and vowed that he would never again cause him annoyance.

Drawing inspiration from their great Guru’s life; Sikh devotees today have begun celebrating his Gurugaddi diwas as Sikh Environment day. EcoSikh takes pride in initiating this global movement. Sikhs throughout the world celebrate this day on March14 by pledging to plant and protect trees, presenting plants and saplings to their local Gurdwara or to their family and friends, conducting seminars and speeches on a range of subjects including kitchen gardening, cleanliness, organic food, water preservation, recycling and re-use etc.

In a way the Sikhs are stepping forward to protect vulnerable Mother Nature to meet the challenge of the present day, as a tribute to their seventh Guru, Sri Guru Har Rai Ji.
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Tomorrow we all Sikhs are going to  celebrate the 387th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Har Rai ji , who is remembered for his sensitivity towards the nature and his passion for preserving it.

In the 17th century, Guru Har Rai ji was instrumental in developing Kiratpur Sahib on the banks of tributary of the river Sutlej in Punjab as a town of parks and gardens: he planted flowers and fruit-bearing trees all over the area, as well as medicinal herbs and wildlife sanctuaries for the benefit of the masses making him perhaps the earliest environmentalist in the Indian subcontinent. According to Sikh history this created a salubrious environment, attracting birds and animals to the town and turning it into an idyllic place to live.

The story of love with nature began when Guru Har Rai as a young  boy accidentally battered a flower in his garden with his gown. He was deeply hurt at this incident and never plucked any flower or leaf in his whole life instead he became an intense lover and preserver of nature. He began a medicinal herb garden known as called Naulakha Baagh.

History tells of how when Dara Shiko (the son of Shajahan the Emperor of India) was poisoned with tiger’s whiskers by his own brother Aurangzeb, the royal family begged for medicinal herbs from the Guru Har Rai’s medicinal garden. The medicines included cloves and 100 grams of Harar (termininalia chebula; known in Ayurvedic medicine as Aralu and credited with having laxative and stomachic properties). To these ingredients, Guru ji added a pearl called Jagmoti which was to be ground and used as a subsidiary remedy. When his son was healed, the Emperor was naturally very pleased and forgot all his enmity with the Guru, and vowed that he would never again cause him annoyance.

Drawing inspiration from their great Guru’s life; Sikh devotees today have begun celebrating his Gurugaddi diwas as Sikh Environment day. EcoSikh takes pride in initiating this global movement. Sikhs throughout the world celebrate this day on March14 by pledging to plant and protect trees, presenting plants and saplings to their local Gurdwara or to their family and friends, conducting seminars and speeches on a range of subjects including kitchen gardening, cleanliness, organic food, water preservation, recycling and re-use etc.

In a way the Sikhs are stepping forward to protect vulnerable Mother Nature to meet the challenge of the present day, as a tribute to their seventh Guru, Sri Guru Har Rai Ji.

Margaret Wilcox shared Wheels of Light - Reiki & Yoga's post to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

Wheels of Light - Reiki & Yoga
See the JOSHUA TREE RETREAT facility for my hiking and yoga retreat on March 23-26, 2017.
Www.wheelsoflight.org/joshuatreeretreat
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Watch a short video of some of the retreat center. Deposit deadline extended to February 28th. The bedrooms shown are Main House rooms # 1, 2 & 3. See photos at www.wheelsoflight.org/joshuatreeretreat

Margaret Wilcox shared Wheels of Light - Reiki & Yoga's event to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

For those of you who live near Joshua Tree....
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Margaret Wilcox shared Wheels of Light - Reiki & Yoga's event to the group: Sat Nam Fest Sangat: Bring Home The Bliss.

Who agrees that Joshua Tree has healing properties? Sat Nam!
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Can't wait for Sat Nam Fest this year!!! Gallina and I are packing up our gongs, bowls, bells, bell plates, triangles, monochords, hammered dulcimers and so much more and heading out on tour once again. Hoping to vibrate with you soon!
Crown of Eternity 2017 North America Tour

1/13 Greenville, SC
1/14 Charleston, SC
1/19 Altamonte Springs, FL
1/20 Cocoa Beach, FL
1/21 Miami, FL
1/22 Delray Beach, FL
1/27 Fort Lauderdale, FL
1/28 Estero, FL
2/3 Sarasota, FL
2/4 Sarasota, FL
2/5 Sarasota, FL
2/11 Tampa, FL
2/12 Gainesville, FL
2/17 Bastrop, TX
2/18 Austin, TX
2/19 San Antonio, TX
2/21 Marfa, TX
2/25 Bisbee, AZ
2/26 Tucson, AZ
2/28 Tucson, AZ
3/11 Phoenix, AZ
3/17 Sedona, AZ
3/24 Cedar City, UT
3/25 Cedar City, UT
4/2 Riverside, CA
4/5 Joshua Tree, CA
4/6 Joshua Tree, CA
4/7 Joshua Tree, CA
4/8 Joshua Tree, CA
4/9 Joshua Tree, CA
4/14 La Jolla, CA
4/15 Santa Monica, CA
4/21 Santa Cruz, CA
4/22 Berkeley, CA
4/23 Arcata, CA
4/27 Bend, OR
4/28 Portland, OR
4/29 Seattle, WA
5/4 Tokeland, WA
5/6 Tacoma, WA
5/7 Tacoma, WA
5/9 Missoula, MT
5/10 Bozeman, MT
5/12 Sioux Falls, SD
5/13 Omaha, NE
5/14 Lincoln, NE
5/20 Chicago, IL
5/21 Chicago, IL
5/22 Chicago, IL
5/28 Toronto, ON
5/31 Ottawa, ON
6/2 Quebec City, QC
6/3 Montreal, QC
6/9 Boston, MA
6/10 Cape Cod, MA
6/23 Pittsburgh
6/24 Pittsburgh
6/25 Pittsburgh
6/30 Cleveland, OH
7/1 Columbus, OH
7/2 Indianapolis, IN
7/7 Long Island, NY
7/8 Long Island, NY
7/9 Long Island, NY
8/2 Lenox, MA
8/3 Lenox, MA
8/4 Lenox, MA
8/5 Lenox, MA
8/6 Lenox, MA

For more information check out.
www.crownofeternity.com/tour-dates/

We are still filling in a few dates, but this is the majority of our performances, workshops and trainings.

Stay tuned for our fall tour dates!
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Cant wait for Sat Nam Fest this year!!!  Gallina and I are packing up our gongs, bowls, bells, bell plates, triangles, monochords, hammered dulcimers and so much more and heading out on tour once again.  Hoping to vibrate with you soon!
Crown of Eternity 2017 North America Tour

1/13  Greenville, SC    
1/14  Charleston, SC    
1/19  Altamonte Springs, FL  
1/20  Cocoa Beach, FL 
1/21  Miami, FL 
1/22  Delray Beach, FL 
1/27  Fort Lauderdale, FL 
1/28  Estero, FL 
2/3    Sarasota, FL 
2/4    Sarasota, FL 
2/5    Sarasota, FL 
2/11  Tampa, FL 
2/12  Gainesville, FL 
2/17  Bastrop, TX 
2/18  Austin, TX 
2/19  San Antonio, TX 
2/21  Marfa, TX 
2/25  Bisbee, AZ 
2/26  Tucson, AZ 
2/28  Tucson, AZ 
3/11  Phoenix, AZ 
3/17  Sedona, AZ 
3/24  Cedar City, UT 
3/25  Cedar City, UT  
4/2    Riverside, CA 
4/5    Joshua Tree, CA 
4/6    Joshua Tree, CA 
4/7    Joshua Tree, CA 
4/8    Joshua Tree, CA 
4/9    Joshua Tree, CA 
4/14  La Jolla, CA 
4/15  Santa Monica, CA 
4/21  Santa Cruz, CA 
4/22  Berkeley, CA 
4/23  Arcata, CA  
4/27  Bend, OR 
4/28  Portland, OR 
4/29  Seattle, WA 
5/4    Tokeland, WA 
5/6    Tacoma, WA 
5/7    Tacoma, WA 
5/9    Missoula, MT 
5/10  Bozeman, MT 
5/12  Sioux Falls, SD 
5/13  Omaha, NE 
5/14  Lincoln, NE 
5/20  Chicago, IL 
5/21  Chicago, IL 
5/22  Chicago, IL 
5/28  Toronto, ON 
5/31  Ottawa, ON 
6/2    Quebec City, QC 
6/3    Montreal, QC
6/9    Boston, MA
6/10  Cape Cod, MA
6/23  Pittsburgh
6/24  Pittsburgh
6/25  Pittsburgh
6/30  Cleveland, OH
7/1    Columbus, OH
7/2    Indianapolis, IN
7/7    Long Island, NY 
7/8    Long Island, NY 
7/9    Long Island, NY 
8/2    Lenox, MA 
8/3    Lenox, MA 
8/4    Lenox, MA 
8/5    Lenox, MA 
8/6    Lenox, MA 

For more information check out. 
http://www.crownofeternity.com/tour-dates/

We are still filling in a few dates, but this is the majority of our performances, workshops and trainings.

Stay tuned for our fall tour dates!
Find Your Tribe at Sat Nam Fest

Find Your Tribe at Sat Nam Fest

We just wrapped up Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree 2017, and our hearts are singing from the heart-opening connections made with our soul family from all over the world as we gathered together in the spirit of Oneness. It was so beautiful to participate in the growth and transformation of every Sat Nam Fest participant during our time together.

Work Exchange in Beautiful Joshua Tree

Work Exchange in Beautiful Joshua Tree

I had never been to Joshua Tree before coming to Sat Nam Fest and that was one of the most amazing surprises of this festival. This land is gorgeous and inspirational. The sunrises, the sunsets, the beautiful stars and the unique flora —- all add so much to the experience of being at this special festival.

There’s No Business Like Soulful Business

There’s No Business Like Soulful Business

Guru Ganesha’s workshop “The Soul of Success” on Thursday April 7 offers practical strategies to make your business more successful. His teachings, upholding the legacy of Yogi Bhajan’s teachings, focus on refining your business’s clear mission, committing an applied consciousness to business endeavors, and operating with true integrity.

Tap into Your Infinity with Tommy Rosen

Tap into Your Infinity with Tommy Rosen

Tommy Rosen is a Kundalini and Hatha Yoga teacher and an addiction recovery expert and both who has spent the last two decades immersed in yoga, recovery and wellness. Tommy is one of the pioneers in the field of Yoga and Recovery and is the founder and host of the Recovery 2.0: Beyond Addiction Online Conference series and the #MoveBeyond Group Coaching Program. We are so excited to welcome Tommy Rosen to Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree this year! He will be teaching three different workshops “Kundalini and The Infinite Pharmacy Within” on Thursday, April 7, “Kundalini and The Infinite Pharmacy Within” on Friday, April 8, and “The Sacred Space of Santosha” on Saturday, April 9. All of his workshops will be in Nobel Hall. You can find the full festival schedule here.

Be With Sat Santokh and Heal

Be With Sat Santokh and Heal

One seasoned Kundalini Yoga and Meditation teacher, Sat Santokh Singh Khalsa, has subtle understanding of the human subconscious mind. He will be teaching a workshop at Sat Nam Fest called “Healing The Wounds of Life.” This 4-day experience can clear deep wounds from the subconscious mind to help a person blossom into a true sense of self-worth and well-being. This intimate workshop offers a deep hypnotic experience in which everyone present is present for one another. Sat Santokh has a unique ability to navigate the spiral energetic of the subconscious mind to confront wounds that have been buried deep into the fabric of a being. He holds space for words to be said and emotions to emerge that will allow complete release.

SNF Artist Interview: Crown of Eternity

SNF Artist Interview: Crown of Eternity

We are thrilled to welcome Crown of Eternity back to Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree this year! They are offering two incredible workshops: “The Healing Power Of The Gong” on Friday, April 8 & “All Night Gong Journey” on Saturday, April 9. We wanted to learn more about Gong and find out what we can expect from their workshops, so we tracked down Mike Tamburo from Crown of Eternity to chat. You’ll want to read until the end, because Mike also shares what he loves about Sat Nam Fest in this interview! Thanks, Mike, for sharing your wisdom with us!

The Power of Mantra: Tuning In to Love

The Power of Mantra: Tuning In to Love

The tone of the mantra dissolves the boundaries of my body. I see colors of pinks and yellows radiate out from my heart center. The light expands, encompassing my neighbors, the tent, and the world. As I sing, I feel the heaviness of shame lift from my body. I am weightless, swept up in this current of energy, as though I were floating down a river.

Bound Lotus Kriya: A Personal Journey of Love, Forgiveness & Surrender

Bound Lotus Kriya: A Personal Journey of Love, Forgiveness & Surrender

To practice the Bound Lotus Kriya successfully, Maha Kirn says that a person needs to give up trying to attain the perfect posture. Instead, the practice is about embracing the never ending process and the journey of continuous self-discovery. The greatest lesson I have learned from the Bound Lotus Kriya is to surrender. Surrendering is not giving up; but rather, surrendering is the bravest action I can take. Through the practice of the Bound Lotus Kriya, and by surrendering to the experience, I have tapped into a new-found depth in my being to access the courage I need to let go and bow before the Divine. I have found how to let go and trust in Life.