I'm a travelling mother of one, from the UK but now living in Indonesia. Looking forward to sharing day out ideas with you.
Why not try something new and discover your spiritual side
If you're looking to find your 'zen' then there is only one place in Bali to head to – Ubud. Lovingly known as the "spiritual heart of Bali". And this October there's even more positive energy at the Spiritual Science Festival.
This feel-good two-day event is chocked full of music, meditation and Indian and Balinese dance. The main theme of the weekend is to spread the importance of ahimsa - meaning "not to injure" and vegetarianism.
The Pyramid Spiritual Societies Movement believe in peace and love towards all others including animals. Today, the PSSM comprises of hundreds of independent and autonomous Pyramid Spiritual Societies involving millions of active members and volunteers across all states in India and twenty other countries including Indonesia. The PSSM is a non-religious, non-cult, not-for proﬁt spiritual-scientiﬁc organisation
Some of the presenters include, as pictured, Bramharshi Patriji the founder of Pyramid Spiritual Societies Movement of India. He is one of the foremost new age spiritual masters from India. Anand Krishna is a spiritual humanist and Founder of Anand Ashram Foundation. Mr Merta Ada Founder of Bali Usada Meditation and finally Ilona Selke, an international best-selling author, seminar leader, lecturer and musician. There will also be other presenters
During the weekend you'll find plenty of music to enjoy. You may either decide to simply take it in as a concert or use it to help you dance and find your groove. Musicians for the event include Sanjay Kingi, Vidhvan Ganesh and Arun Kumar.