Envisioning Peace: Foundational Practices
With Farah Nazarali
September 29 - October 3, 2019
“It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.” -Eleanor Roosevelt
Peace is a choice, intention, and outcome. Envisioning peace starts with the foundation of cultivating peace within our own hearts and generating harmony and vitality in the body. From the sacred ground of inner peace, we learn skills to bring peace into our speech, into our relationships, and into our world.
Immerse in yogic practices that cultivate and generate inner peace in mind, body, and heart. Practice non-violent communication, mindful speech, and conflict resolution skills. Learn to stand up, speak out, and act from a place of love and fearlessness. Envisioning Peace speaks to all aspects of our health and well-being- body, mind, heart, relationships, and our purpose.
Topics and themes covered include:
- Power of intention, visualization, meditation
- Non-violent communication and conflict resolution skills
- Boddhissattva (Buddhist) activities and practices
- Yogic practices for inner peace and harmony
Envisioning Peace is a call to all dreamers, healers, yogis, and activists to gather, dream, inspire each other and create the positive momentum for peace and justice in ourselves, our families, our community, and the world.
Farah Nazarali is the Founder and Producer of Drishti Point Yoga Podcasts and The Smiling Yogi, a small-Vancouver-based business dedicated to spreading joy, health, and wellness. After 2 degrees, over 10 years of teaching, and over 15 years of spiritual study and practice, Farah believes the power for change in the world lies within each individual tapping into and harnessing an inner source of power and using it for the benefit of all. Farah brings a heart-centred approach to conflict resolution and is a pioneer in integrating yogic practices and Eastern wisdom with conflict resolution skills. She has studied classical yoga,…
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