Sally Kempton

Doorways to the Infinite

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Join us in the New Year starting January 13, 2021 for Sally’s newest telecourse as we dive into the Yoga Sutras further. We will explore the inner three practices of the Eight Limbs of Yoga: concentration, meditation, and samadhi. We will discuss deeply the nuances of meditation and offer practices for tapping into our innate ability to access wisdom. We’ll also work with the most exalted part of the Yoga Sutras: the state of enlightenment.
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 December Solstice is a time between worlds. The old year is approaching its end, and we have the chance for a reset as we let go of what is past and give ourselves permission to create our future. As we have for the last few years, we will gather to invoke the creative powers of this time, and consciously dissolve whatever we have been hanging onto from this difficult and dramatic year. Then, supported by the energy of the group, we can imaginatively create our personal template for 2021.

Sally and Amisha discuss embodied intelligence, intuition, and deconditioning.

“Intuition is always there. Even if you turn away from it, it’s always going to be there if you turn to it.” —Sally Kempton

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

Open or Vulnerable

To find your way to true openness of heart, you need to pass through the forest of vulnerability. How do you explore your own vulnerability while still holding appropriate boundaries? How do you open to the pain and suffering in the world without losing your center?