Let There Be Light: A mystical exploration

Let there be light, Yogagaia and Vital Movement
Let there be Light – Sunday, May 19 • Hasita Nadai & Judith Rose.

Let there be light – In the beginning of the beginning there was Light. The identity of this cosmic light has fascinated mystics throughout time. Some see it as a primordial urge in the universe that moves us along towards greater consciousness. Others see it as an endless light that fires creation and creativity. Various ones see it as the Big Bang.

Let there be light - Yogagaia

Let there be Light – $45 prepaid ($50 paypal) $55 at the door

Let There be Light is a conference, a workshop, explaining how we stand now on the edge of old paradigms and on the brink of new ones. How may we best identify ourselves with this irreversible spiral towards enlightenment? How may we find our unique part in it? What does it mean to truly open up to the Light ?

Please join us for a mystical exploration into these questions that will unite the disciplines of Yogagaia™, Vital Movement™, and Otiyot Hayyot (Sacred Hebrew Letter Movement). Let there be light is Our journey into Mystery. It will include and be enriched by sacred chant, movement, textual gleanings, and shared inquiry.
Hasita Nadai, Let there be light, YogagaiaHasita Nadai, is the creator of Yogagaia,  a deep ecologist, Reiki Master and practices Energetic Medicine Healing.
Judith Rose - Vital Movement - Let there be lightJudith Rose, the founder of the Vital Movement™, is an experienced educator, poet, and movement artist. She has an extensive background in a variety of movement modalities that include training in Dance for PD from the Mark Morris Dance Group. She received certification as a practitioner of Otiyot Hayyot from Dr. Yehudit Goldfarb of Safed, Israel.  Judith currently offers mentorship to new movement educators and continues to teach classes and workshops in movement at Birchwood Center and other locations in the NY area. Her private practice in therapeutic work is located in Nyack, NY. Her work is deeply grounded in the belief that the arts provide a medium for personal and communal healing and transformation.


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