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The Second International Ayurveda Congress will be held in the Novotel in Hammersmith, London on the weekend of 1-2 April 2017.
This follows the success of the first Congress in Roermond last year which was one of the largest events presenting Ayurveda outside India. It was attended by 500 health practitioners, researchers, policy makers and administrators from 52 countries around the world, including 100 Vaidyas from India, of whom nearly half stayed on after the Congress to take a one week training course in Maharishi AyurVeda.
The first Congress marked the close collaboration of three prominent organisations: the All India Ayurveda Congress based in New Delhi and headed by Padmabhushan Vaidya Devendra Triguna; the International Academy of Ayurveda based in Pune, India, chaired by Professor Dr Subhash Ranade; and the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation led by Dr Rainer Picha.
The London Congress will build on that collaboration to bring together leading Ayurvedic practitioners and researchers from around to the world to showcase scientifically verified solutions to current problems in individual and public health. It will offer a forum for researchers to present their latest innovative work in the various fields of Ayurveda.
Source: Newsletter by Richard Johnson, National Director for England,
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Donovan at FAIRfest
Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts — Sunday, Sep. 4 at 8 p.m.
““There is a place inside us that unites us,” Donovan maintains — and music, particularly psychedelic music, which he has been credited with ushering in with Sunshine Superman, is one path towards that unity.
Another? Transcendental Meditation. Donovan was at the forefront of introducing that form of exploration to the U.S. as well, and his current aim is introducing it to schoolchildren. A portion of tour proceeds will go toward the Donovan Children’s Fund, a division of fellow TM practitioner David Lynch’s Foundation, headquartered in Fairfield, Iowa. The fund provides access to TM for at-risk students in underserved U.S. schools.
The singer is passionate about the benefits children gain from practicing TM. He speaks with enthusiasm about the idea that “sleep is not the deepest form of rest.” Children who are introduced to TM find a refuge from the tension and friction of the world. Through TM, he says, they “will feel a great sense of unity with all things, and compassion will arise.” He’s not expecting an immediate panacea, but, he notes, “These tiny beginnings create enormous things.”…
…Donovan is pleased to be returning to Fairfield, Iowa, with this tour for two shows, as part of the city’s three-day roots music festival Fairfest. He performs twice on Sunday, Sep. 4 — first, at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m., which requires a $24 ticket purchase on top of Fairfest admission, and again at 9:30 p.m. on the outdoor Main Stage, as part of the Fairfest finale. Fairfest passes start at $10 for student day passes on Saturday and Sunday; a student pass for Friday only is $15. Day passes for adults are $30 on Friday, $20 on Saturday and Sunday. Full weekend passes are $25 for students; adults can purchase in advance for $39 or at-the-door for $50. Children 13 and under are admitted to the festival free, and VIP packages are also available.”
Beach Boys still having “Fun, Fun, Fun” — and bringing it to San Angelo
Contributed photo/Udo Spreitzenbarth The Beach Boys, led by the sole remaining original member Mike Love, will perform in San Angelo on Wednesday.
… “There was definitely a rivalry between the Beach Boys, Beatles and Rolling Stones,” Mike Love said. “But it wasn’t necessarily a negative thing because we liked each other a lot and pushed each other to be better.”
Love in particular became close to The Beatles after traveling to India to study Transcendental Meditation under the Maharishi. It’s a form of meditation that Love continues to practice.
“It’s definitely enhanced my life and gives me the tools to deal with tension, stress and the tumultuous lifestyle that sometimes comes with being an entertainer.”
Love and Beatle George Harrison, who also became a devotee of the Maharishi, developed a lifelong friendship through the experience.
“George and I celebrated our birthdays in India together,” Love said. “George was a very spiritual guy. I wrote a song about our friendship called ‘Pisces Brothers.’ “…