Dear Brothers & Sisters,
Few weeks ago after Shri Ganesha puja on a Tuesday morning, our attention was drawn to Mt Washington which was originally called as Agiocochook by the native Americans as they considered it holy representing the “The Supreme Spirit”. This beautiful white mountain covered in snow has the highest peak in the northeast region of America and we found ourselves being instantly connected to this place. We could feel the serenity on vibrations and got engulfed in deep silence.
By the divine grace we also found a beautiful camp nearby called Camp Pondicherry with all the comforts and facilities that will allow us to have a Puja.
With a humble desire to worship Shri Mataji as Shri Sadashiva in the land of Vishuddhi let us come together as one united collective and prepare ourselves to take this journey as a pilgrimage to glorify our Father.
We are hosting Shri Shiva Puja seminar beginning on Friday, Feb 21st through Sunday, February 23rd in Bridgton, Maine not far from Agiocochook.
The camp is nestled among snow covered pines and on Adams Pond.
After the Puja, there will be many opportunities to enjoy one another with open hearts as we appreciate Mother Nature together.
Come join us in this beautiful setting to deepen and enjoy the vibrations of collectivity. There will be opportunities for singing bhajans, foot soaking, candle treatment as well as recreational activities.
We are renting a large private Chalet with 40 beds and a large hall for Puja, commercial kitchen and fireplace.
Note for families with small kids: in addition to the two large bedrooms with bunk beds we have another smaller bedroom available that has only 3 beds – this will be kept especially for families with small kids. Also, in the large bedroom for ladies, the moms of younger children can take the lower bunk beds.
Please make sure that you share this opportunity with other yogis who may not be on this list.
Please register below as soon as possible so we can make arrangements.
Jai Shri Mataji
The Maine collective
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