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Join Nubia & me for Bhakti & Kirtan in Mexico

ANNOUNCING BHAKTI BLISS SOUL CELEBRATION
Bhakti & Kirtan in Mexico with
Jai Uttal, Nubia Teixeira & Visvambhar Seth
December 23 – 30, 2016

Come join us in paradise for an ecstatic heart-filled holiday retreat, an inner journey of devotional exploration, powerful emotions and deep practice. Through singing, dancing, breathing, asana, stunning nature and many more surprises let us journey together in our endless quest for spirit to the infinite land of love. In your free moments, relax in your personal cabaña, hand-built of all natural materials, complete with private bath, outdoor showers and exceptional views of the ocean and jungle canopy. Dine on exquisite meals designed to recalibrate your body while sitting in the exquisite open air dining room. Lounge by the pool, adventure to the beach or nap hours away in a comfortable hammock – this week will truly be a way to recalibrate and set intentions for the New Year!
Learn more about our Winter Kirtan Camp here.

Love and peace,

P.S. Watch what happens when Nubia and I try to make a video together…

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One Response to Join Nubia & me for Bhakti & Kirtan in Mexico

  1. Jataka Mansfield says:

    Hare Om Mr. Uttal!

    The favorite song of my three-year-old son Benjamin, who has Dandy-Walker syndrome, is your thirteen-minute version of Sita Ram. So much so that he requests it every day and sings along. When he hears the “bloop” from the bluetooth speaker being activated, he instantly sings “Sita Ram. Sita Ram.” If not singing Sita Ram, he’s singing (more like an ecstatic, body-trembling bellow at times!) “Namah Shivaya” from the end of Hara Hara Mahadev/Om Namah Shivaya. I thank the Divine Mother for such beautiful creations which she has so generously shared though you. This love and energy is felt daily in my life and my home with my wife, Muta’al, Benjamin, and our oldest, Thomas, who is six. We are very grateful.

    We live in the Federal District of Brazil, my wife and children were born here, and we all speak Portuguese. While watching what I hoped to be amusing bloopers (Come to Mexico – The Bloopers), with the kids next to me, suddenly a vulgar phrase, which we have been teaching them to not say, was uttered by Núbia in the video. (0:41 “Vai tomar no cú!”) I just thought that you should be aware, in the event that you were not. I certainly understand that people say all kinds of things and my intention is not to deliver some sort of lesson in morality. It’s because of this sort of language that I I have “restricted mode” on my You Tube account and do everything I can to make sure my children aren’t learning that these sorts of phrases and vulgar slang are to be taken lightly and used as if they weren’t vulgar. Soon enough they will be adults and hopefully conscious of the words they speak and of the situations in which they speak them.

    We thank you for your time and understanding.

    Love and light to you.

    Namaste,

    Jataka, Muta’al, Thomas and Benjamin.


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