‘Nurturing Sensitivity’ author talk includes meditation, music
ROCKLAND — On Sunday, November 18, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., The Dancing Elephant will host ‘Nurturing Sensitivity in Modern Times,’ with Prem Sadasivananda.
The joyful event will include meditation, chanting, music and a talk.
The studio is located at 16 School Street in Rockland, and the program is open to the public by donation.
Preregistration is not required; arrive 5-10 minutes early to the event.
Sensitivity is the essence of spiritual awakening. It is one of the most beautiful and delicate flowers of our heart, according to a Dancing Elephant news release. Come discover the true meaning of sensitivity and explore how to cultivate healthy and deep sensitivity in your life.
“Prem Sadasivananda’s talk and evening of chanting may change the way you view your relationship with life,” the release said.
Sadasivananda is a direct and long-term disciple of Swami Vishnudevananda, the disciple of the renowned Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh, India. He began his spiritual journey in service as a sannyasin (monk) for 24 years in the Sivananda Organization, teaching Yoga Teacher Trainings in Sivananda ashrams worldwide.
He is a scholar of Vedantic Philosophy, Hindu Scripture, and Sanskrit, as well as a trained musician.
Books will be available for purchase and signing with Prem.
The Dancing Elephant is a community center for yoga, meditation, and art located in downtown Rockland.
All programs are donation-based and available for all levels.
For more information about Prem Sadasivananda, visit www.vidya-samyogah.com.