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Two exciting dates for your Samui diary from Samui Mala

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Two great meetings next Sunday, November 13

Samui Green Market
3pm till late at Elysia Boutique Resort
It’s time the next green market again! This month’s market will be dedicated to His Majesty and his commitment to sustainable agriculture.
Also out of respect for the mourning period in Thailand, we will of course have no live music.
As usual: at Elysia Boutique Resort in Fisherman’s Village from 3pm till late. 
As usual: a buzzy friendly market with local products, food and drink.
As usual: some new vendors and new ideas: What’s #save samui about? What’s TrashHero?
Come and be unusual….together let’s keep the spirit of “local and sustainable” going on our island. 
We look forward to seeing you at this ‘wet’ market of November. But remember, even with the rain, there’s often some clear skies on Samui, and we have lots of cover at Elysia.
We have some new vendors and new ideas at each market.
Come and check out what’s on offer.

See our updated webpage for more info and for future markets listed there. 
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There’s also a really interesting Satsang (spiritual gathering) at Kamalaya in the morning.
We are excited to welcome back a dear friend of Kamalaya next weekend – the insightful and captivating speaker Isaac Shapiro along with his partner Meike Schuett. Isaac last visited Kamalaya in 2009 and hosted an incredibly well attended and received satsang. His sense of humour and accessible presentation of thought makes exploring the habits and patterns of our minds an enjoyable experience.
*This event is free of charge*
Isaac and Meike are internationally recognised facilitators of awareness in alignment with the great philosophical and spiritual contemplative traditions. They are highly empathetic and skilled in assisting to integrate information passed on from our ancestors, as well as bringing to peace prenatal and postnatal traumas. Their teaching style is informed by the Advaita school of thought, which focuses on self inquiry toward our sense of “I”. The beauty of their work is that it requires no one to change, fix, or eliminate anything. It is a non-judgmental inquiry into our present being, relying upon the agency of awareness. A shift can occur as we bring awareness to these unconscious habits. We come to recognize the true nature of ourselves, with many experiencing this process as feelings of peace, unconditional love, compassion, or simply the sensation of being home.

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