Kamasutra girl Kristna Saikia the first lady to organise Full Moon Night Partynergalscott
Kamasutra girl Kristna Saikia the first lady to organise Full Moon Night Party
The full moon is a time of positive opportunity if used correctly. It is considered to increase positive energy as the moon showers down a tremendous amount of positive energy whereby the body, mind and spirit will be amplified, enhancing a person’s emotional and spiritual growth.
Kristna Saikia of Assam is going to be the first lady in the world to introduce Full Moon Night Wellness Party by bringing wellness, art and entertainment on the same platform. Born in Margherita in Tinsukia district, Saikia, who recently was honoured with ‘Maharashtra Gaurav Samman’ award, is an entrepreneur, actor, model, nude art artist, Reiki healer and spiritual coach.
Saikia who has featured in kamasutra 3d movie , said, “This is for the first time that a Full Moon Night Wellness Party is going to be organised worldwide. I firmly believe that during the full moon period, a person can connect to the energy of the moon and reflect within him or her with positive vibes. Full moon energy is good for psychic powers developments with awareness, good for age regression and more.”
An alumnus of B Barooah College, Guwahati, she further added, “The whole idea is unique. This party is not only about dance, it will include martial arts, musical performances along with doctors who will be giving live demonstration on massage and other wellness tips. The party will include meditation, group healing, sound healing and more. Meditation and energy detoxification on full moon night is good for balancing, grounding the self. Besides, it’s good to meditate on your manifestations of your desires and goals.”
The party will be first organised in Ranchi on September 29, Mumbai in October and thereafter in USA, Australia, Bali (Indonesia) and Europe during the following months. This event will be held every alternative month on full moon nights.
“I am looking forward to organise such events in Assam too,” she added.