BENEFITING: FRIENDS OF RAMANAS GARDEN INC
EVENT: Golden Guru Stockholm 2015
EVENT DATE: Oct 10, 2015
Golden Guru 2015 is supporting refugees in Sweden & India/Nepal. I joined the movement. If enough money is raised I can participate in the event and help children, while also spreading awareness. I'm really excited about this. It's gonna be awesome! Read more below and watch the short videos
Watch an Infotrailer for 2015 here
Watch a short trailer of the 2013 event here!
Sometimes, you gotta blow your own damn mind and go the extra mile to be reminded of who you are. Taking part in The Golden Guru is a re-awakening experience. The money raised will go to children in need, see more info below.
The event:- is built upon three integrated stages: RUN, FLOW and LET GO which will take approximately 10 hours in total in the center of Stockholm.
During the first stage we’ll trail RUN 12km in nature. Together we will pound the earth to awaken our vital root energy.
After running in nature we’ll gracefully (or tiredly!) FLOW our bodies through 108 yoga Sun Salutations.
After that comes the finale, an incredible raw cacao-fuelled Medidance event where participants will be encouraged to drop all effort, to dance and LET GO into being!
We believe in the philosophy that ‘giving is living’ and to do a challenge for yourself and at the same time to help others we find helps you go the extra mile. Everyone who's participating in this years Golden Guru Challenge are also supporting:-
1). Unaccompanied child refugees coming to Sweden - record number of unaccompanied minors are arriving in Sweden and need help now. Earlier this year In June, 1,447 unaccompanied minors came to Sweden to seek asylum. This is the highest ever figure recorded in a single month.
2). Nepalese refugees living in Ramanas Garden Children's Home in India - remember the April 2015 Nepal earthquake (also known as the Gorkha earthquake). It killed more than 9,000 people and injured more than 23,000. Help is still needed, big time.
We recomend you to watch this video, which tells the story of Ramana's Garden: