Sunday, May 31, 2015, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
$13 cash donation suggested, no one turned away!
For the last two thousand years, sexuality and spirituality have been seen as opposing forces. What is the place of sexuality within our spiritual path? A talk relevant for Lovers— of all varieties of sexual orientation.
This Satsang by Ayurveda Master Practitioner and Spiritual Teacher Alakananda Ma, will be preceded by 20 -30 minutes of kirtan to open our hearts and to prepare the mind for the insights available in the Satsang.
The Satsang Talk to follow will focus on the relationship between spirituality and sexuality. There will be time for Q & A and the evening will finish with darshan, where you can come through the line and receive a blessing from Ma.
Using humor, story-telling from the Hindu mythological tradition, and simple Satsang-style teaching, Ma will convey the various ways in which we have split ourselves over time, divorced our sense of the sacred from our sense of the “mudane” (particularly in regard to the body and its instincts). Ma will also elaborate upon the play of masculine and feminine energies within ourselves and in relationship. Re-infuse your your body and sexual expression with healing, resolution, sanctity, wonder, and wholeness.
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Registration is online, but cash donations will be accepted at the door.
Alakananda Ma’s offerings include:
- Satsang and inspirational gatherings
- Individual spiritual guidance
- Couple’s spiritual guidance
- Devotion and engaged spirituality
- Dream interpretation
- Ayurvedic consultation and Ayurvedic pulse reading
- Plus more!
Please view this short video of Ma teaching/reciting poetry:
“Alakananda Ma is a spiritual teacher of the highest order. Trained in several spiritual disciplines, she is devoted to each of them in full fervor. Holding a medical degree, she is also trained in Ayurvedic medicine. Most of all, she is a spiritual teacher who opens hearts, guides her disciples and promotes blessings for their lives.” – Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Founder, Jewish Renewal.