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DYC CALENDAR: January-February 2011

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Dec 31/Jan 1

New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day
Junctures are significant times for spiritual practice. Please do extra practices, individually or in groups, at midnight.

Jan 2

* Registration deadline for Guruji’s birthday observance in Antioch on 1/9
Contact: Jayshree

Jan 3/4

New Moon
Begins on 1/3 at 12:47 a.m. PST; ends on 1/4 at 1:03 a.m. PST

Jan 4

Partial Solar Eclipse
This eclipse will be visible from much of Europe, North Africa, and central Asia
(Please refer to the article on eclipse practices)

Jan 5-9

Ati Rudra Ceremony
Nikora, India

Jan 9

Shri Dhyanyogi’s Birthday
This is an auspicious day for disciples to gather and do group practices. Please make an effort to participate in a group celebration in your area.

Shri Dhyanyogi’s Birthday Celebration
Antioch, CA
Contact: Jayshree

Jan 10-17

Personal Anusthan in Nikora
Nikora, India

Jan 11

Fasting* is beneficial/recommended

Jan 18-21

Prana Pratistha Ceremony
Bandhwad, India

Jan 18/19

Full Moon
Begins on 1/18 at 3:48 p.m. PST; ends on 1/19 at 1:21 p.m. PST

Jan 29

Fasting* is beneficial/recommended

Feb 1/2

New Moon
Begins on 2/1 at 4:56 p.m. PST; ends on 2/2 at 6:31 p.m. PST

Feb 14

Fasting* is beneficial/recommended

Feb 17/18

Full Moon
Begins on 2/17 at 4:05 a.m. PST; ends on 2/18 at 12:36 a.m. PST

Feb 23

* Registration deadline for Maha Shivaratri observance in Antioch on 3/2
Contact: Jayshree

Feb 27

Fasting* is beneficial/recommended


* The traditional Indian fast means avoiding grains and beans, but one may eat root vegetables, spinach, dairy products, fruits, and nuts.

† Cited dates are approximate.


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