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Yoga for Peace 2018: "Peaceful People Can also Make Noise"


on 2018/12/4 10:42:28 ( 533 reads )

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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, November 30, 2018 (infobae, translated from Spanish): In the middle of the G20 summit in the city of Buenos Aires, the Yoga for Peace mass meeting was held on Thursday afternoon at the city's fairgrounds, where Narendra Modi, India's prime minister, gave a message of unity and harmony to the world society. With free entry, almost eight thousand people came to enjoy the event which included a massive meditation, yoga stretches and live mantra music shows. On Thursday, November 29, at 6:30 p.m., a Grand Encuentro de Yoga y Meditacion took place in the Ocre Room at the La Rural Exhibition Center, which was attended by Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India. The president, who is visiting the country to attend the summit of leaders of the G20, brings a message of awareness of nonviolence and a call for peace.

The row of people lined up for two blocks on the street was filled with great anticipation and expectation of an evening of pure relaxation and spiritual connection. The quiet atmosphere, set by traditional mantras and chants of India, was the scene of a room full of men and women who were participating for the first time in a day of this kind. "At times like these, where violence is present on the streets, in football and in politics, thousands of people join together with a Prime Minister, for a cause of this kind, speaks of a society that wants to improve. Peaceful people can also make noise," explained Beatriz Goyoaga, founder of The Art of Living in Latin America, in an interview with Infobae.

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