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The literal meaning of 'Diwali' in Sanskrit is 'a row of lamps'. The most popular tradition of Diwali is filling little clay lamps with oil and wick and lighting them in rows all over the house. Lights and diyas are lit to signifying the driving away of darkness and ignorance, as well as the awakening of the light within ourselves. This autumn festival is a five-days celebration, of which each one has its own significance. Entrances are made colorful with lovely traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity.

Goloka Sanctuary Community Administrator Training Course At The Moksha Advanced Course

Goloka Project LogoWe are entering the final planning stages for the Goloka Sanctuary Communties to be opened throughout the world. Our objective is to have 3,333 communities, each one providing a home for 300.  Each Goloka Sanctuary Community will be located on 300 to 400 acres of land that is over abundant aquifers to provide the community with water. The locations will all be in safe zones, away from cities, coastlines, nuclear power plants, volcanoes, fault lines and at elevations 2,000 feet or higher above sea level.

Administrators must be selected for each of these communities. Each Community Administrator will be trained by Visvamitra to establish and lead his or her community. The training for Community Administrators begins this summer at our Ruidoso course facility where we are also conducting the Moksha Advanced Courses. 

Community Administrators will receive two phases of training:

  1. Mastery of the Atmavedi Meditation Technique and Patanjali Yoga Sutras and how to teach these techniques to the members of your Community
  2. Creating Your Community Facility - acquiring the funding, land, hiring contractors and overseeing the building of your Community

Phase 1 begins this summer on July 12, 2017. There are two steps to apply for this course:

  1. Become accepted as a Community Administrator by submitting this form:
    Answer the question: "Would you be interested in being an Administrator for a Goloka Sanctuary Community?"
  2. Register for the Goloka Sanctuary Community Administrator Training Course, Phase 1 (see the link below)

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Goloka Sanctuary Community Administrator Training Course, Phase 1

The Goloka Sanctuary Community Administrator Training Course, Phase 1 includes mastery of the Atmavedi Meditation Technique and Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and is sponsored by MahaVideha University.

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