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Ganesha Yantra Workshop
July 9th 2023 - 9 am -11 pm
A yantra is a sacred geometric form for meditation.
We are excited to invite you to our Ganesha Yantra Workshop, where you can immerse yourself in the sacred art of yantra creation and learn about the divine symbolism of Lord Ganesha.
The workshop will be a transformative experience as we delve into the spiritual significance of Ganesha, the beloved Hindu deity known as the remover of obstacles and the lord of new beginnings. During the workshop, you will have the opportunity to create your very own Ganesha Yantra—a geometric representation of divine energy.
No prior artistic experience is required for this workshop. We will provide all the necessary materials.
By participating in the Ganesha Yantra Workshop, you will not only create a beautiful and meaningful piece of art but also deepen your connection with your inner-self and tap into his transformative energy. Your finished yantra will serve as a powerful tool for meditation, manifestation, and spiritual alignment.
Spaces for the workshop are limited, so we encourage you to reserve your spot in advance. Whether you're a spiritual seeker, an art enthusiast, or simply curious about exploring new dimensions of creativity, this workshop offers a unique and enriching experience.
Artist Bio :
Abhi Sivadas is born in Temple builder family in South India, Abhi is passionate about creating sanctuary spaces that resonate in harmony with the divine. For the past 8 years the has studied with master builders and temple architects in India. He research ancient power centers and the effects of sacred architecture and alignment on our energy field and heart space. Abhi Specialized in the Vedic building manuals of ancient India and use this codified knowledge of frequency and resonance to design and align vibrant space, homes and communities for maximum well-being. Abhi also teaches art, and likes to share his knowledge with other enthusiasts through workshops, seminars and hands-on experimentation.