Jeffrey Armstrong/Frank Fitzpatrick / David Saul Ray “Dharmony”
Bhakti Fest is a Yoga | Dance | Music Festival which celebrates the devotional path that has its roots in yoga, kirtan, and meditation. It embraces ancient and modern sacred wisdom and traditional and non-traditional spiritual practices. The festival is a vehicle for evolution of human consciousness through a heart-centered revolution.
Details to be announced soon
Learn more at: http://bhaktifest.com/
Resonating with Love and Purpose:
Presented by Jeffrey Armstrong, Saul David Raye, Frank Fitzpatrick
In this seminar we will explore how, as modern day Yogis, we can combine the ancient wisdom of Bhakti with the power of music and mantra. By using sound vibration and the expression of purposeful emotion or Bhav, we can find the strength to fulfill our Dharma while simultaneously healing the planet and working for the good of all beings.
In an interactive and collaborative workshop, Vedic Master and Sanskrit Scholar Jeffrey Armstrong joins Music Guru and Social Entrepreneur Frank Fitzpatrick and special guests to demonstrate how ancient wisdom, real life experience, word play and music all dance together to help us understand our own dharma and empower us to joyfully celebrate it through the work we do in the world.
Through Dharmony, we can all work together to create cooperation, compassion, empathy and loving intimacy on an epic scale.
Jeffrey Armstrong Western Master of Eastern Wisdom//Author//Speaker//Consultant//Poet//Yogi
Founder of VASA – Vedic Academy of Sciences & Arts
He will challenge your mind and open your heart and show you a vision of a new world that blends modern science with timeless wisdom. Part guru, part poet, a CEO with endless energy and passion, he considers himself “an astronaut of inner space” and believes that a instinctual need for balance is what has led to the unprecedented popularity of yoga. Jeffrey’s clear-eyed perspective of the issues facing the world paired with his humour and humanity take audiences on an incredible journey. Jeffrey’s innovative fusion of Western technology/psychology and Eastern wisdom offers a revolutionary new vision for cutting-edge businesses, high-performance individuals and today’s youth who desire to integrate universal spiritual values, a healthy lifestyle and the desire to protect the environment for future generations.
Jeffrey is an award-winning poet and best-selling author of numerous books including his recent book: Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar, Ancient Wisdom for a New World, published by Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster. Featured in the CBC documentary Planet Yoga, Jeffrey is a relationship expert, philosopher, practitioner and teacher of the Vedas for over 40 years. Prior to his teaching had a successful career as an executive in Silicon Valley and spent five years in an ashram as a brahmacharya (monk).
Frank Fitzpatrick is a Grammy-nominated songwriter, platinum-selling music producer and Founder/Director of EarthTones, a non-profit arts organization committed to raising social consciousness and connecting people across the globe through the power of music and film. He has worked with some of the world’s most revered artists (including Ziggy Marley, Miles Davis, KNaan and the London Symphony) and created the soundtracks for over two-dozen feature films, touching the lives of millions of people through his efforts.
Recent EarthTones projects include Yoga Revolution – a CD series and national awareness campaign to help fund yoga and fitness programs for kids; Beat the World – an international collaboration between the world’s top conscious Hip Hop artists and dance crews spanning over 20 countries; and Yoga For Hope – a national campaign promoting alternative and supportive therapies (music, yoga, meditation) for patients with life-threatening diseases. Frank is currently working on Amazing – a film partnership between the NBA and Shanghai Film Group with an anticipated audience of over 100 million people in China, and Porque Musica – a multi-platform advocacy campaign for Brazil’s first national music program for it’s 200,000 public elementary schools.