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.

The Planetary Awakening Summit

Is there really such a thing as a global awakening into feminine spirituality? To put it another way, is Goddess returning to our spiritual culture? What separates us from our essence, and what does this have to do with our alienation from the inner feminine wisdom that all humans should have access to? To answer these questions, Jeanie Manchester has gathered a group of gifted, experienced, and original teachers, including yogis, academics, business experts, spiritual leaders, and others. The free online event includes Sally and others including Anodea Judith, Kia Miller, Douglas Brooks, Shiva Ray, Justin Michael Williams, Sianna Sherman, Dr. Kavitha Chinnayan, Nilima Bhat, Masood Ali Khan, and others.

Deep Practice for Radical Times: Exploring Your Inner World through the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
The secret of transformative meditation practice is your relationship with your own energy body. In this 5-day practice retreat, we’ll activate the enlightened energy that each of us has within, and allow it to expand through joyful, dynamic, and experimental practice. Harnessing the wisdom of the tantric Shakta traditions, Sally will help you explore meditations for bringing Goddess energy online in your life and practice.

Buddha at the Gas Pump - Sally Kempton
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Join Sally and Rick Archer for this deep, fascinating and enriching dialogue.


During times like this-usually times of loss, since loss is notoriously more difficult to detach from than success-we face the hard truth about detachment practice.   Detachment is rarely something we achieve once and for all. It’s a moment-by-moment, day-by-day process of accepting reality as it presents itself, doing our best to align our actions with what we think is right, and surrendering the outcome.