Sally Kempton

Doorways to the Infinite

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Sally Kempton's interview with Glo at her home
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During this 30 minute interview Sally invites us into her home and shares with us some of her fascinating life story as well as intimate insights into her deeply devotional spiritual path.

Becoming Your Own Goddess: Activating Durga Energy within Your Own Body and Mind

April 11 — Virtual Event with TriYoga UK

Explore the energy of Durga, the warrior goddess of strength, protection, and revolution, who lives in the world and in ourselves. During ordinary times, we often ignore the powers of the invisible world, yet immense protective and transformative energies are available to us. Durga lives in each of us, and through meditation, contemplation, writing, and inquiry, we’ll discover ways of accessing her for our own transformation, and for the protection of those we love. In this class, you’ll discover the roots of your own subtle immune system, and the sacred power that lives within you.

Deep Practice for Radical Times: Exploring Your Inner World through the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
In this six-week telecourse, on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjalithe essential practice manual for meditators, we will explore key sutras through a non-dual tantric lens, to draw the most powerful and usable insights from the text. And we’ll offer an unfolding protocol for your practice that will help you go deeper and expand your ability to go inside and stay present.
Buddha at the Gas Pump - Sally Kempton
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Join Sally and Rick Archer for this deep, fascinating and enriching dialogue.


As someone who has had to learn this the hard way, I can guarantee you that 1) trustworthy inner guidance is really there, and 2) picking up on it is not that difficult.