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Shri Anandi Ma’s 2011 Public Programs

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Shri Anandi Ma, master of Kundalini Maha Yoga, invites you to join her for an evening of chanting, meditation, and revelations about the ancient science of meditation. Come learn to meditate, invigorate your practices, and absorb the energy.

The heart of this lineage is the transmission of energy from teacher to student known as shaktipat. The kundalini (spiritual energy) lying dormant at the base of the spine is awakened and begins its upward ascent, initiating the student’s spiritual evolution, guided by an intimate, subtle connection with the teacher. Through the power of shaktipat, very little effort is required to experience the supreme enjoyment of mediation and a deep relationship with the teacher.

For more information about the programs in your area, see below.

These programs are free and donations are welcome.

Shaktipat initiation is offered by registration only.

September 8, 9 with Shaktipat on the 11th

Woodbury, CT

For info contact Sarita at woodbury@dyc.org

 

September 16,17 with Shaktipat on the 18th

Boston, MA

For info contact Jo at boston@dyc.org

 

October 13, 14 with Shaktipat on the 16th

Antioch, CA

For info contact Chris at antioch-programs@dyc.org

 

October 27, 28 with Shaktipat on the 30th

Berkeley, CA

For info contact Rafiki at berkeley@dyc.org

 

November 4, 5 with Shaktipat on the 6th

Albuquerque, NM

For info contact Sharon at newmexico@dyc.org

 

November 10, 11 with Shaktipat on the 13th

Boulder, CO

For info contact Eva at boulder@dyc.org

 

November 18, 19 with Shaktipat on the 20th

Tucson, AZ

For info contact Chris at tucson@dyc.orgFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinmail

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