Loading Events
Description: The International Spiritual Festival is organized by Life Positive Foundation, an NGO that organizes expositions, workshops and retreats to provide validation, support and a sense of belonging to all those who seek a life of joy, harmony, peace and self-actualization.
The trust is associated with eminent personalities like, Mark Tully, former Bureau Chief of BBC; Mr D R Kaarthikeyan, Padamshree and former chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation; Kiran Bedi, retired police officer; M. Madhavan Nambiar, ex- IAS officer; Hamid Ahmed, director of Hamdard India; Dr. Shovana Narayan, ex-IAS and a recognised Indian classical dancer; Manisha Verma, IAS officer etc.
This festival has been taking place all over India in in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Coimbatore Nainital, Rishikesh since 2000. Since 1999, Life Positive Foundation has been hosting this renowned event which has grown in size year after year.
Facilitators, spiritual teachers, health and fitness experts, wellness exhibitors, healing therapists, and seekers have come from every corner of the globe to participate in this program. This year there are more than 30 presenters, and exhibitors from different countries, giving classes, from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. Happiness, Relationships, Past Life Regression, Belief Systems, Forgiveness, Theater, Color Therapy, Trans-generational Healing are just a few of the more than 25 different offerings over a period of 3 days. There are also workshops on meditation, Vibrational healing, Ayurveda, Vaastu, Gardening, Healthy Cooking and much more. Further, spiritual discourses will be held by revered spiritual leaders from India.
The International Spiritual Festival is a 3-day discourse of holistic wellness, spiritual growth, conscious and healthy living.Please join us as we breathe and meet one another on this path of discovery and awakening.
Look out for the details
For more details regarding sponsorships, stall bookings and delegate fee.
Date: March 16 to March 18
Time:  9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Venue: Zorba The Buddha, south-west Delhi