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Join us for a night of painting fun! We’ll be painting surfboard wood cutouts! Bring your ideas and let’s get painting! Light pupus and and drink provided, though you may BYOB. Use the link to reserve your spot!
BACK ON POPULAR DEMAND! ____________________________________________ The Soul always knows how to heal itself, the challenge is to Silence the mind - Carolyn Myss Join us for an hour long enchanting Sound Healing and Guided Meditation session with Sumeet Kapila (from Sound Healing Arts, Toronto). With his 432 Hz tuned Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls along with some more sacred sound healing instruments he shall weave the magic of healing vibrations and mystical tunes and take us on a Sonic Meditative Journey. Crystal Healing Soundbaths have been known to manifest physical and energetic healing for thousands of years. Sound healing improves creativity, energy and intuition. It also helps balance your chakra energies while reducing stress, pain, anxiety and depression. Whether you're a pro in meditation or just a newbie, this class is for you. The class begins with an Opening Circle where we set intentions and slowly slip into a deep Guided Meditation session followed by the Crystal Healing Soundbath. Towards the end of the event there will be a Closing Circle where we can mingle & connect within the community. Price: $22.13 Bonus: With every ticket of this event you get a FREE WEEKEND PASS to The GemExpo (July 27th to 29th 2018) and The Meta Expo (July 28th and 29th 2018) More details on the websites: http://thegemexpo.com/ http://themetaexpo.com/ Skill level: All Levels What to bring to class: Please bring with yourself a yoga mat, a small pillow or a light blanket to help make you feel as comfortable as you can be. The room will be carpeted. Instructor: Sumeet Kapila As a multifaceted creative personality Sumeet is passionate for the expansion of minds and mindfulness. His goal is to help you plunge deep into the layers of inner peace, self awareness, alertness and consciousness with Pranic Sound Healing Guided Meditations. He aims to bring healing to the world through Vibrational Medicine from his combination of musical instruments such as the 432Hz Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Ocean Drum, Tingshas, Chimes and several others. He has spent more than two and a half decades in India where he grew up in a spiritual and holistic environment and was able to study and learn Yoga and various kinds of advanced meditation techniques such as Sanskrit Mantra Meditation. Kirtans, Shambhavi Mahamudra, Sudarshan Kriya, Bhasrika & Nadishodhana Pranayama, Pranic Healing Meditation and many more that has led him to become one of the best Guided Meditation facilitators today. Email: [email protected] Phone: 9055106156 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soundhealingarts/ Website: www.soundhealingarts.ca
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There are no doubt certain notions which Buddha shares in common, not only with Kapila, but with every Hindu philosopher. (...) It has been said that Buddha and Kapila were both atheists, and that Buddha borrowed his atheism from Kapila. But atheism is an indefinite term, and may mean very different things. In one sense, every Indian philosopher was an atheist, for they all perceived that the gods of the populace could not claim the attributes that belong to a Supreme Being (Absolute, the source of all that exists or seems to exist, Brahman). (...) Kapila, when accused of atheism, is not accused of denying the existence of an Absolute Being. He is accused of denying the existence of an Ishvara.— Max Muller et al., Studies in Buddhism
Kapila (Sanskrit: कपिल) is a given name of different individuals in ancient and medieval Indian texts, of which the most well-known is the founder of the Samkhya school of Hindu philosophy. Kapila of Samkhya fame is considered a Vedic sage, estimated to have lived in the 6th-century BCE, or the 7th-century BCE.
The name Kapila appears in Jaina texts. For Example, in the 12th century Hemacandra's epic poem on Jain elders, Kapila appears as a Brahmin who converted to Jainism during the Nanda Empire era.
The Śata-piṭaka Series on the Śākhās of the Yajurveda – estimated to have been composed between 1200 and 1000 BCE – mention of a Kapila Śākhā situated in the Āryāvarta, which implies a Yajurveda school was named after Kapila. The term Kapileya, meaning "clans of Kapila", occurs in the Aitareya Brahmana VII.17 but provides no information on the original Kapila. The pariśiṣṭa (addenda) of the Atharvaveda (at XI.III.3.4) mentions Kapila, Āsuri and Pañcaśikha in connection with a libation ritual for whom tarpana is to be offered. In verse 5.2 of Shvetashvatara Upanishad, states Larson, both the terms Samkhya and Kapila appear, with Kapila meaning color as well as a "seer" (Rishi) with the phrase "ṛṣiṃ prasūtaṃ kapilam ... tam agre.."; which when compared to other verses of the Shvetashvatara Upanishad Kapila likely construes to Rudra and Hiranyagarbha. However, Max Muller is of view that Hiranyagarbha, namely Kapila in this context, varies with the tenor of the Upanishad, was distinct and was later used to link Kapila and assign the authorship of Sankya system to Hiranyagarbha in reverence for the philosophical system.