2nd Next Generation Gathering July 2017 in Germany

July 1st to 5th 2017 at Bhole Baba Ashram, Rieferath, Germany

Dear Babaji Family and Friends,

It is with great pleasure that Jai HO (www.jai-ho.org) announces another Next Generation Gathering (NGG), to be held just before Guru Purnima at the Bhole Baba Ashram in Rieferath, Germany. The NGG is an annual initiative of Jai HO created for people between the ages of 18 and 40 years old. It is an offering of heart-centred, transformational gatherings that present life skills for personal, spiritual and community development. We invite you to participate in this exploration and hope you will join us!

The five day program will consist of daily workshops and discussion groups (in English) around various topics that are chosen to: enhance a better understanding of yourself; how you can become more comfortable and ‘at home’ in your body; how to create healthier relationships; and how we might engage with the environmental, religious and political crises in the world today. There will be various forms of interaction and sharing during the sessions, such as breaking into smaller groups and working in pairs, in order to draw forth the wisdom and experience of each participant and to foster deeper connections within our Babaji community. There will also be opportunities for karma yoga, satsang, aarati, kirtan, dance and free individual coaching sessions if required.

NGG is sponsored by Jai HO and therefore the cost of room and board for the five days will be covered by Jai HO. We ask a minimum donation of Euros 50 from each participant, and if you can give more it certainly helps. However, no one will be turned away because of money. Be advised that if you plan to attend the Guru Purnima program after the NGG, you will be responsible for paying the Ashram charges.    Possible childcare for small children may be available, depending on what is needed.

To inquire or to book your place for NGG 2017, please email Rob or Mukundi at:  ngg@jai-ho.org

Please respond as soon as possible, as space is limited.


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