As yoga students and teachers, compassion blossoms as our inner guidance. Compassion is fostered by our personal experience through hardships—physical, mental or emotional—or by, with an open heart, perceiving the suffering of others.
The technique of meditation is to keep the mind fully occupied on one thing. When the mind is fully occupied on one thing, it is kept away from many things and it becomes quiet.
Satsang with Frank Jude Boccio – June 28, 2014 speaking on “Going for Refuge in a Tumultuous World”
Satsang with Swami Ramananda – July 5, 2014 speaking on “The Power of Love for Healing & Transformation”
Satsang with Rev. Kumari DeSachy – July 19, 2014 speaking on “An Interfaith Approach to Peace”
Satsang with Rev. Prakash Capen – July 26, 2014 speaking on “Joy, Grief, and Yoga”
People are hungry for the deeper aspects of Yoga and the teachings. And it helps to be able to offer it in neutral language where sometimes you can’t even say the word “Yoga.”
Satsang with Swami Divyananda – August 9, 2014
12th Anniversary Memorial Satsang of the Maha Samadhi of Sri Gurudev – August 16, 2014
“Opening the Present” with Revs. Bhagavan & Bhavani Metro – August 30, 2014