The Ultimate I: Beyond the Confomity Game

Saturday, June 8, 2013 - 22:30 to Sunday, June 9, 2013 - 00:30

Join us for an evening with travelling monk of over 40 years, author and Yale graduate Devamrita Swami, as he stops in Toronto on his global circuit. Enjoy an enlivening discussion, musical meditation and delicious vegan feast

Ever thought your life was meant for something special? The mantra seems to be – do what feels right to you. Chase your dreams and expand your circle of influence in the world. But a deeper look at the actual activities of life will reveal a surprisingly constricted variety of activities – How can I be different? How can my soul leap out and meet its Ultimate potential. When can I stop living a cookie cutter lifestyle and meet the Ultimate I? Within or without, where do I look for the self?

Interested in stepping out of the shadow, then go beyond the conformity game and come explore reality with travelling Monk of over 40 years, Devamrita Swami.

 

Samadhi Tea House
160 Balwdin Street
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 19.0404" N, 79° 23' 59.5392" W
Ontario CA
Mangal-aarti Devi Dasi

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