Maha Shivaratri Meditation Cambridge

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Monday 28th February

Join us in meditation on the night of Shiva, a celebration in adoration of Shiva, the night before the New Moon, and the most auspicious moment in the year for a meditation.

Shivaratri is celebrated 12 times a year, just before the rising of the new moon. It is called the night of consciousness, and it is the night in which we celebrate the light of awareness that shines within.

Maha Shivaratri, the Great Night of Shiva, is considered by yogis to be the most auspicious moment in the year for meditation, when everyone has the potential to awaken to the highest consciousness possible.

We invite you to join us in this inner celebration of the Light of Consciousness, so that we may spread this light outside.

Spiral meditation with music, followed by silent meditation.

Open and FREE for all!