Event Date: April 4, 2018
Location: Summerhill Pyramid, 4870 Chute Lake Road, Kelowna, BC
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Cost: Suggested donation for this event is $10 to $20
Summerhill Pyramid, the Centre for Spiritual Living, and Wellness Realization are honored to come together to celebrate the 20th Annual Season for Peace and Nonviolence.
In our quest for global peace we must be willing to explore the entangled battles within ourselves. It is our inner conflicts that ripple out and contribute to the chaos we see on the planet. As we embody the frequency of peace, release our stories, and behave with integrity; we lift the vibration of the planet.
Join Shri Ananda on a journey inward through a guided meditation in the sacred geometry chamber of Summerhill Pyramid to Awaken the Peace Within.
Seating and Dress: Please dress warmly in layers, and bring a blanket if you like. It may still be quite cool in the pyramid and Kekuli.
Potluck: Note that this is not a potluck event. Please plan to eat before or after the gathering. There will be coffee and tea served in the Kekuli after the meditation. You are welcome to bring a drum if you like, as there will be drumming, dancing and socializing around the fire.
Donations: This gathering is by donation, and all proceeds go to our facilitators to support the wonderful work that they do. Suggested donation for this event is $10 to $20
We ask that, if possible, you power off your cell phones while inside the pyramid and Kekuli.
We look forward to seeing you at this sacred and special community event!
About the Season for Nonviolence
The Season for Nonviolence marks the annual 64 calendar days between the memorial anniversary of the assassination of Mohandas K. Gandhi on January 30 and that of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4. A Season for Nonviolence was launched in 1998 by the Association of Global New Thought in partnership with the Gandhi Institute, run by his 5th grandson Arun Gandhi.
The purpose of the Season is to focus education and community action on attaining peace and justice in the spirit of Gandhi and King. The Season teaches that every person can move the world forward in the direction of peace through daily nonviolent choices and actions. Through media attention, the Season also recognizes and celebrates those who are using nonviolence to build communities that honor the dignity and worth of every human being.
Opening ceremonies were first held at the United Nations in 1998. Today, with over 400 cities in over 18 countries participating, the Season has taken on a life of its own, as a global movement. Hundreds of task forces continue to spring up in communities everywhere and some have even established year-round programs and websites. Each year more mayors and governors, near and far, issue proclamations encouraging participation in the Season.