Hamilton is blessed to be hosting renowned spiritual teacher, Mother Maya who is returning to New Zealand to offer Her Message for Healing and Peace.
Maya Tiwari, affectionately called “Mother” has led an extraordinary life.
The inspiring life journey of this renowned spiritual teacher who is an Ayurveda pioneer, Vedic scholar, international author, and former top American fashion designer – has touched and healed the lives of thousands of people around the world. Maya is also a cancer survivor and has first-hand experience of how the ancient teachings of Ayurveda and yoga can heal even those who are extremely sick, back into vibrant health.
Mother Maya is the founder of the Wise Earth School of Ayurveda, and for more than twenty-five years has devoted her life to helping others find peace inside and out.
When we talk about healing we’re really referring to how we are sustained, what nourishes us: not only the food sources, not only the rivers and the skies and the environmental factors but more importantly that sense of wellbeing within.
Mother Maya goes on to say that:
…health is a natural state of being; although that doesn’t guarantee that it is going to be there for every moment of our lives. These are the greater truths that we all share and that we all have in common, and when we look at it we need to preserve as much health, as much harmony, as much wellness as we possibly can.
The events are being hosted by Kavita Parshotam of The Narrows Retreat, the magnificent homestead, formerly the old Ohaupo Post Office at 480 Airport Rd, immediately left past the Narrows bridge on the way to the Hamilton Airport.
Satsanga (gathering and talk)
7 – 9pm, Friday, March 9th, March 2012
Workshop (Living Ahimsa Meditation)
9.30am – noon, Saturday 10th March 2012
Workshop (Women’s Power to Heal)
1.30 – 4:30pm, Saturday 10th March 2012
Online registrations click here.
For more information, contact Kavita Parshotam or call 07 856 5052 or 021 213 8215
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