Sally Kempton

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Highlights

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.

Join us starting November 18 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.
Join Sally and thousands of others in a weekly meditation practice called Circle of Light. For four weeks on Tuesday, between October 13th and November 3rd, we will practice subtle activism through meditation. Our intention is to activate the energy of love and wisdom in ourselves and the subtle fields around us. Register to be part of this free weekly event and receive a (free) audio guided meditation, as well as a written version, that you can practice with or use as a template for your practice. 

Listen to this two-part interview by Modern Mystic, Kilkenny Tremblay with Sally as they discuss meditation, Kundalini energy, tantra, and many more subjects.

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

Sophisticated Ego

Buddhist and Vedantic teachers are fond of saying that ego is like the blue of the sky, or the trick of the light that makes us see a puddle in the middle of a dry highway. It’s an optical illusion, a simple mistake in the way we identify ourselves.