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Sixth Annual Ceremony of Light
December 31, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Formerly known as the ‘Fire of Hope’, Ceremony of Light offers a message of healing and love.
Emerging stronger and closer, we leave behind the dross as we embrace 2022 with the power of Oneness. Light represents all of the very best that we are and can be, and as Beings of Light we create our world.
Join us in a New Year’s ceremony to honor & affirm our commitment to make 2022 everything we could hope for, and Be a community of Oneness, Peace, Hope & Truth.
This event is hosted by Annaita Gandhy with a performance by HannaH’s field.
Annaita Gandhy, a spiritual and holistic counselor/ healer from India, received her spiritual and energy training with mediums Ellaeenah, Sohrab Ardeshir and Khursheed Jeejeebhoy in Bombay and Pune. She is also trained and experienced in varied healing modalities including, Meditation with Kamala Tina in Bombay, and Diana Cooper in Pune, Reiki with Sheela Mehta, Nikhil, Patel, & Elba Perez, Foot Reflexology at the Medical Mission in Pune and Numerology with Poonam Ahuja in Bombay. In addition, Annaita has completed courses in Holistic Healing, & Basic Acu Pressure at the Medical Mission in Pune, India,Herbal Healing at CHAI in Hyderabad, and Quantum Healing with Barry Elwyn-Jones in Pune.
The gypsy reggae duo, HannaH’s Field crafted their sound “in the fertile artistic landscape of the Pacific Northwest”. Their music’s “organic feel urges listeners to embrace the same sort of free spirit and open mindfulness championed by the counterculture of flower children”. HannaH’s Field is “bringing their mix of jam-band, drum-circle, healing-chant, beach reggae, and gypsy folk to audiences who are open to the idea of sound waves and music as a form of sonic medicine that works through vibrations….. ”
Nominated best female vocalist in Hartford for many years, this powerful songstress has shared the stage with such great acts as Derek Trucks, Sound Tribe Sector Nine, the Average White Band, Donna Jean from the Grateful Dead, the Samples, Gov’t Mule featuring members of the Allman Brothers Band, Indubious, Dub Apocalypse, Spiritual Rez and The Brothers Johnson. They have performed at festivals such as The 50th Anniversary of Woodstock, Unifier, Ziontific and Project Earth.