A six-week telecourse in unconditional loving, based on the Bhakti Sutras and the Bhagavad Gita.
This telecourse will run Wednesdays, May 12-June 16, 2021
Time: 4-6pm Pacific/7-9pm Eastern US Time
If you sign up before April 15th, bring a friend for free!
We will look deeply at what it means for you, as a contemporary spiritual practitioner, to infuse your journey with devotion to God. We’ll explore the different phases of the journey, from kindling your longing to moving through heartbreak. We’ll be supported in this by the great traditional teachings of the Bhakti Sutras and the Bhagavad Gita, as well by modern psychological insights about what it really takes to live in the open heart.
The world’s largest annual, online mindfulness fundraising campaign. It’s a one-month program featuring daily meditations, and exclusive in-depth interviews with world leaders in the field of meditation and wellbeing, who each share their latest scientifically-backed, cutting-edge insights to help you flourish. So far, Mindful in May has raised nearly $1M to transform the lives of more than 16,000 people through the gift of clean, safe drinking water!
In times like these, we really can’t afford to lose our minds. Spend a month training your mind with Mindful in May and step into greater calm.
This three-part series sponsored by TriYoga UK on the sacred feminine dives into the Mahavidyas, a group of powerful goddess energies within the Tantric tradition. These mysterious energies are deeply entwined with the human experience of spiritual transformation. They awaken us, guide the journey itself. The workshops will consist of lecture, meditation, contemplation, and dialogue. The workshops are open to everyone and will be of particular interest to those who are interested in the sacred feminine, and in working with mythology for personal transformation. Each class can be taken as part of the series or individually.
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.
To the sages of the Indian Vedantic tradition and to many yogis, consciousness is both an entrance point into the truth of who we are and also the instrument by which we awaken. And as our ideas of what a human being really is have evolved, so has the yogic ideal of a conscious life.