Have you ever heard of a mountain that doesn’t like its curves, or thinks that its rocks are in the wrong spot?
Have you ever seen a flower ashamed of its leaves?
What is it like for a parrot to compare itself to an owl?
Have you ever felt a tiger’s hate for his own tail?
We are the only living creature that judges and criticizes itself (whether it is our own body or another’s).
The only species that thinks that there is a right or a wrong way for what a body should look like.
What if we could look at ourselves and each other in the same way we look at nature?
To just be.
If we didn’t have anything to hide or be ashamed of,
What kind of world would we create then?
Imagine a group of human beings, simple bits of nature, in an unmediated encounter
With each other
With Mother Earth.
What could happen? Be healed? How much beauty could reveal itself?
Imagine a broadening of the concept of beauty.
A connection to nature, inside and out.
Pashut Festival – “Reveal Your True Nature” –
Will allow exactly that.
Let us shed our masks, limiting beliefs, mental blocks and release the shame and guilt that are attached so strongly to our bodies, our sexuality and the natural expression of who we are.
This is an opportunity to be present to the fact that each one of us is a unique and unparalleled masterpiece.
4 days of freedom, love and acceptance. Parties and festivities alongside healing in-depth workshops and the infinite desert landscape, facilitated content and also spontaneous encounters with simple and beautiful people.
At the base of this paradise is harmony – a space for each individual to manifest their own heaven on Earth, in unity with that of others and the environment. At Pashut festival we honor ourselves, the others and mother Earth.
The desert paradise is opening its gates to whoever seeks to experience this kind of freedom.
You think you won’t dare to be naked?
Are you frightened by the thought of shedding your clothes in a public setting?
First of all, remember – nudity is a right and not an obligation, to each his/her own pace.
If you are interested and curious – and intuitively you want to come – show up with your fear, and watch how the safe space allows you to remove the inner blocks first, and if and when the time is right, also the external ones.
Are you afraid of possible natural reactions of your body?
Come to make peace with it. In a safe and respectful space.
This is an opportunity to remember that we are all human beings, we all go through similar experiences, and we can leave and shame outside and just be.
This is an invitation for a variety of people. For the senior naturist who is looking for any opportunity to be naked; for people who are curious but never had the chance to experience such a space; for spiritual seekers who understand that from each layer you remove you can learn so much; for the shy and brave; for the art lovers- for all of us!
Here are the Ten Commandments
of Pashut Festival- the basic rules that should be followed in order for us to keep the space safe and loving.
Come and experience the variety of workshops, explore the beautiful oasis where the event is taking place, dance, meditate, meet new people, and walk around in the desert.
The ticket to the festival includes the entrance and participation in all its activities, sleeping in a camping area with toilets and hot showers.
A limited amount of private and dormitory rooms are available at an additional cost. The story of Pashut Festival- how everything started...
- Desert Ashram is a vegetarian place and we ask our guests to respect that. Please do not bring any kinds of non-vegetarian food with you (yes, we are also talking about tuna fish cans…).
- Please help us keep the ashram clean, let’s make mother earth happy and proud. Recycling bins are spread around the place- use them!
- Pets are not allowed in the Ashram- including dogs.
- And finally, for the sake of our safety- lighting fire in the ashram is strongly forbidden! No fire camps, no gas stoves, no candles. Simply- NO!Past experience shows that the festival works best when the number of male and female guests are equal. In order to achieve this you will have to find a registration partner. There is no commitment to anything this is for registration purposes.