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"Call for Artists: Paint for a Happy World"
2002-12-18 until 2003-02-01
The Experience Festival, 9-15 Feb 2003, Madras, India, is dedicated to the ancient science of enlightenment and spiritual growth. Participants will meet teachers, covering a vast spectrum of different traditions, all having in common the belief that the path to joy and spiritual fulfillment is multifaceted. One topic at the Fetival is Vedic Art.
It is becoming clear for more and more people around the globe that the ancient human knew of secrets that modern man to some extent has lost. The Experience Festival are inviting all people from different traditions and belief systems to offer and share the knowledge still residing within the different branches of ancient science from around the globe. The very first edition of The Experience Festival will take place February 9-15 2003 in Varadaiapalem just outside Madras in India.
During seven days the participants will be able to choose from an array of different workshops with teachers from India and around the world. The topics range from Enlightenment, Mysticism, Ayurveda, Kabbalah, Native American Spirituality, African Mysticism, Gregorian chant, Siddhi medicine, Diet and Sadhanas for spiritual seekers, Vaastu, Vedic Astrology, Sufism, Christian Mysticism, Vedic Art, Vedic Spiritual Dance, and much more.
One of the topics at both the festival and the university is Vedic Art. The age-old principles in Vedic Art, which originate from India, have mainly been taught in Sweden and are now being introduced to seekers of spiritual guidance from the whole world. It is said to suit anyone who wants to find out how the creator creates, how chaos turns to cosmos and how the truth about yourself is expressed by means of colour and form.
Vedic Art will be introduced at three workshops during the festival and as a three day course at the university after the festival. The Experience Festival of February 2003 will also be the start of The World University, a place where all the ancient sciences of from all over the world will be studied and documented in depth.
For more information visit the website www.experiencefestival.com.
Examples of Vedic Art paintings and pictures are available at http://www.experiencefestival.com/Info/vedicart.html