(Top: Main Stage with Jai Uttal; Below, Left: LA-based Power Yogi Aree and Swaroopa Yogi Patti from Pennsylvania, man the housing table; Center: 3 amazing yogis come to each other’s rescue! Far Right: Artist Yogi pulls out her crystal ball)
Or how later in the evening, MC Yogi bedazzled the crowd with his rhythmic lyrics that by the end of the night had everyone touch the earth, feel like you could take on the world, and chant out loud, “Be the Change” and “Give Love.“ I was struck by his production bringing together visual art on stage, alongside dancers, Radhas and Fantuzzi, and paying homage to peace shakers from the Hare Krishnas to Mahatma Gandhi.
Or, when Deva Premal, with Miten and Manose, so beautifully announced early on that clapping isn’t necessary and that it’s okay to have silence after songs and that it’s in that silence that holds so much meaning…(Check out a clip of the Gayatri mantrafrom last year’s Festival HERE).
Or when Shyam Das and Radhanath Swami shared their insight about living with Bhav and that when we see God in our hearts, we can love everyone, maybe not love what they do, but we can still love them…and all you can feel is undeniable love exuding their Being and circulating throughout the room as everyone exudes this love as well…
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