The atmosphere at the point of dawn is considered to be highly charged with Prana or Vital Life Force. It is a palpable field of energy that facilitates beautiful meditative states. Through Mantra, Breath and Awareness we can connect our energy system with the broader energies available at the dawn.
Time: 6.30am – 7.30am on Fridays.
- 5th November: Nadi Shodhana – Balance and Centring – East Coast Beach
- 12th November: Maranatha Mantra – Inviting in the Light – The Promontory, Marina Bay
- 19th November: Om Mane Padme Hum Mantra – Cultivating Compassion – Botanic Gardens
- 26th November: Yoga Nidra – Psychic Sleep – East Coast Beach
- 3rd December: Aurora, Bringer of the Dawn Invocation – Hope and Renewal – Botanic Gardens
Sessions are $20 each.
All proceeds will be donated to the November/December cause: Singapore Children’s Society.
Practices vary with each session and include breathwork, elemental connection, sky gazing and simple energy practices. No previous experience required and all welcome.
A couple of guidelines:
- The peak energies we are engaging with are at the true point of dawn – so timing is key. If you are joining any of the sessions, set your alarm and factor travel time to the meeting point. The group won’t wait for you. We will meet at 6.30am.
- We will use my vox sets, which allow distancing, and for you to find your special spot within a 150 meter range, engage in the soundscape of the dawn and at the same time hear my guidance for the meditation.
- No refunds of carry-overs. If sleep kidnaps you on the day of your meditation, that’s probably what your body needs, and your $20 will gratefully be donated anyway.
- Group sizes will be capped at 20.
- When registering you will be asked for your phone number and be included on a whatsapp group for weather notifications and confirmation of the meeting points.
The dates, locations and meditation practices are listed below.
The energies of the dawn are powerful, uplifting and transformative. I wrote about my experience and learnings through greeting over 400 consecutive dawns here.