This blog is from Mukti Mani (Katy Bergson) who has recently joined the Ashram team for a number of months. She is a graduate of the Ashram's 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course, and is now part of the Ashram's marketing and teaching team.
The excerpt given in the recording below is from a recent Satsang (question & answer) session with Swami GyanDharma. He responds to a question on the value of the Durga mantras by illuminating a different perspective on anger: how it can be a spiritual experience if we understand it, and are able to channel it appropriately.
Below is an audio recording of Nick Edge leading a meditation in the Ashram this morning. It is centred around the traditional practice of Tonglen. Nick is leading a course in October on The Kind Heart, as well as other Ashram courses in 2018.
Over the next few months, we will be sharing some of the final projects (~7,500 words) written by the graduate teachers from our recent 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course.
This third in the series is from Rebecca Sutton (Rudrani) entitled Cultivating a Trauma Informed Approach to Yoga. An excerpt from the introduction is given below, and the link to her full project is given at the bottom.
Below is an audio recording of Swami Nishchalananda guiding a meditation on the Chakras. It was during the recent Chakra 10 day course here in the ashram. See the ashram website for forthcoming courses into 2018.
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