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Sadhana Challenge Thoughts

My sadhana has been liberating, although the form it takes, while shaped by common desire and recitation of the mantra we??re using, has varied. My goal is to better understand how I can live more directly connected to Maa in every moment. Right now, relationship has been an amazing container and testing ground for the…

Sadhana Challenge – Day 7

It’s Day 7 of the first week of the Sadhana Challenge. How have you done? How many days did you make it this week? What have you learned about yourself and your practice? How has being part of the Challenge affected your practice? I feel that this Challenge has been a huge gift, in many…

Sadhana Challenge – Day 6

What have your difficult moments been with sadhana, and how have you overcome them? Let that inspire you – and if you feel moved to share in the comments, let that inspire others. Read further to see more about my own process with this difficulty this morning, and how I’m learning to get through it……

Sadhana Challenge – Day 5

Asana is a Sanskrit word that means “posture” or “seat.” Most of us in the West are familiar with this word because it is appended to the end of famous Hatha Yoga postures such as padmasana or shavasana, “Lotus Pose” or “Corpse Pose,” respectively. While yoga is best known in the West for its popularity…

Sadhana Challenge – Day 4

This morning I’d like to talk about compassion. Kali in the Sri Kali Sahasranama Stotram (The Song of the Thousand Names of the Blessed Kali) is known as Karuna, She Who is Compassionate. Cultivating compassion is as important a discipline as others – not only compassion for others, but also for yourself. Rather than getting…

 

 

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