What is Shakti Sadhana? An Overview of the Dasha Mahavidyas: The Ten Wisdom Goddesses…

With the holiday season fast approaching, our time will be filled with family and friend gatherings, office parties, and outings. Often times this can leave us feeling overwhelmed, stressed, depleted – and basically, off centre. We may have the tendency to push ourselves outward, ignoring the feelings of needing down time for ourselves. Can you … More What is Shakti Sadhana? An Overview of the Dasha Mahavidyas: The Ten Wisdom Goddesses…

Kali Ma Blessings + Practice for this Full Moon Time

With this full moon shining bright, energy is high – and our shadow becomes illuminated. We sometimes tend to avoid this shadow – the parts of us we would rather put off. However, our Goddess practice – our Shakti Sadhana – is utilizing the wisdom of the Goddess to bring clarity to all aspects of our lives. … More Kali Ma Blessings + Practice for this Full Moon Time

Arunachala Shiva: Where I Burn, In the Fire of Wisdom

We all have a place we can journey to – be it physical, heartful – and/or in the spirit realm. A place where we Be. Where we wait, still – quiet. Stewing. Unassumingly anticipating what eventually reaches the surface. A ripeness. That we can really drop into. With time and spaciousness. This dissection. A process of unravelling. And we work with it. So that it may ultimately, burn up. And dissolve. In the fire of wisdom. … More Arunachala Shiva: Where I Burn, In the Fire of Wisdom

Ramana’s Monkey

Amid enjoying the bliss and silence of the morning in this most sacred and serene space — suddenly we spotted a brown monkey take off with a woman’s plastic bag filled with what looked to be some offerings for the temple. We did not think anything of it, as this is a typical occurrence in Mother India. But what happened next, we could not have imagined!
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Karma Yoga as noted in the Bhagavad Gita

Karma yoga refers to “discipline of action.” It is a form of yoga based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, a sacred Sanskrit scripture from India that is widely used in jnana yoga, including Advaita Vedanta. Of the three paths to self realization, karma yoga is the process of accomplishing perfection in action. Many teachers impart that karma yoga is the most effective way to evolve spiritual life. … More Karma Yoga as noted in the Bhagavad Gita

Agni: Deity of Fire

Agni is the deity of fire, and the carrier of sacrifices to the gods. He is also a deity of divine knowledge, who guides humans to the celestial realm. More specifically, Agni is the messenger who transmits all the prayers and intentions of human beings/devotees to the gods. No spirit is accessible without the vehicle of Agni, and no divinity is without the presence of Agni. Not only does Agni deliver the offerings from human beings to gods, but he also brings the gods to the altar. … More Agni: Deity of Fire