A transformational Experience – Body, Mind, Soul
The Satya community presents their annual fundraiser the Fall Equinox OM Fest at Fort Buenaventura in Ogden on Sunday, September 24, 2017.
“This year we bring together our Fall Equinox Celebration and Ceremony with the Ogden OM Fest and present the Fall Equinox OM Fest! This will be an experience of meditation, music, movement, healing, and oneness.” Says, Ali Benjamin, director of the Satya Center.
The celebration begins at 9 AM with a choice of moving meditations: yin yoga or a guided walking meditation. At 10 AM the Maka Mama’s open with a “Sea of Oms” and will continue to delight and awaken us with their beautiful sounds, chants, and music. Ali Benjamin will present an inspired talk: “We Are The Ones We’ve Been Waiting For!” The Maka Mama’s and healing arts practitioners will guide us through a masterful arrangement of music, chants, and sound, combined with powerful spiritual practices that will open you up to oneness and allow you to hear what the universe wants you to hear, your heart-song!
For our closing ceremony we will build a living rhythm mandala, formed by concentric circles of people moving and chanting mantras/prayers for peace, love, joy, and freedom. Followed by a delicious healthy lunch at 2 PM with fun, games, and more.
This gathering is for individuals that find that the dynamic of a spiritually focused community to be empowering, supportive, and energizing. Group consciousness activates synergy, which is energy that is greater than the sum of its parts and contributes to a quickening in consciousness, awakening to oneness.
“Sure, you can awaken spiritually by yourself on an island or a mountain top, but why, when you can have a fun, caring, inspiring, and creative community to walk with you? Satya is such a community.” Says, Benjamin.
Maka MaMas (Earth MaMas). Leraine and Shen’s kirtan not only uses Sanskrit but calls on other sacred songs inspired by indigenous practices from around the world. Maka MaMas kirtan is fun uplifting and takes you on a joyous ride of magical music and enchanted vibrations. Singing is the heart of Kirtan, a beautiful practice of call and response singing and chanting the names of the Divine in many languages including Sanskrit, Hindi, Gurmukhi, Native American and English. The voice is vehicle for our spirit and when we sing together in community we carry each other lifting our hearts and souls. It allows for a deeper connection to each other and the one source.
“Kirtan is a means of finding our way back to the core of our Being, to our heart, and to our connection with each other.” Ragani
Ali Benjamin, Founder and Director of Satya
thesatyacenter.org – (801) 920-0560
Ali’s motto is: Be. Love. Create. Evolve. “Be present and mindful. Be loving, kind, generous, and supportive. Be creative, innovative, and curious. And take inspired action, and we will start to see positive changes in our communities and the world.” Says, Benjamin.
Healing Arts Practitioners:
Katreena Peterson, Master Reiki Teacher
Sandy Poll, Deeksha Oneness Blessing Giver
Michael Benjamin, Spiritual Living Practitioner
Dr. Pam Chapman, Spiritual Living Practitioner
Emily Juback, Grateful Heart Yoga
Sound Bath Healing
Living Rhythm Mandala
Delicious Healthy Meal
Bring chairs, cushions, mats, blankets, wear layers
Namaste’, Team Satya