An annual gathering for hundreds of meditators and yogis from around the world, the International Bali Meditators’ Festival (IBMF), under the auspices of Anand Ashram Foundation (affiliated with UNDPI), enables people from different traditions, religions, faiths, spiritual groups, ashrams and yoga centers to connect with each other.
In this festival, meditators and yogis from all over the world are welcome to share their experiences and knowledge, as well as their meditation and yoga techniques with other participants.
In view of an unfortunate situation we are facing currently, the Organizing Committee this year has decided to mark the Festival this year solely with “Evening of Devotion” which includes Fire Offering, Prayers, Bhajans, and Sankeertan for 3 consecutive evenings, Sept 20th, 21st, and 22nd from 5 pm to 9 pm. It’s free to join and all are welcome, please check our schedule here. The morning/afternoon panel and workshop sessions will not be held, for which we will be rescheduling the confirmed speakers for the 6th International Bali Meditators’ Festival next year. We sincerely apologize for this unfortunate situation and any inconvenience.
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The activities of IBMF 2014 include seminars (plenary and panel sessions), workshops on practicing meditation/yoga, self healing, Ayurvedic therapy, Agni Hotra, and also spiritual excursion which aim to create inner peace, holistic health, wellness, and happiness. Besides, there are also beautiful night time events such as an evening of devotion and a celebration of peace, filled with devotional songs, poetry, music and dances where people can feel joyful and share their joy with others. Moreover, special programs like yoga for kids, youth empowerment sessions, family activities, and also a marketplace (bazaar) will make the festival diverse and interesting. There’s something for everyone at the festival!
The goals of this festival are to spread spiritual values as well as to raise public awareness about living meditatively- practicing meditation/yoga regularly then applying it in daily life. In this festival, meditators from all over the world are welcome to share their experiences and knowledge, as well as their meditation and yoga techniques with other participants. Please contact the committee if you are interested in sharing something.
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