Sally Kempton is a master of meditation, yoga philosophy, and practical tantric philosophy. In this episode, Sally talks about Goddess practice as a spiritual technology and provides guided practices experiencing the divine feminine through the breath, through being seen by the divine, and through a formal meditation on the goddess Lalita.
Nikki Costello is an educator with 30 years of teaching and training experience in the Yoga and Wellness industry. She works at the intersection of social justice and Yoga with a focus on facilitating new models of embodied leadership.
What is spiritual citizenship? In the recent conference “Spiritual Citizenship,” hosted by Embodied Philosophy in the Summer of 2021, one…
Wise-Love: Bhakti and the Search for the Soul of Consciousness is a recent winner of the 2019 Montaigne Medal Award, Eric Hoffer Book Award, a 2018 National Indie Excellence Award in the Spirituality category, a finalist for the 2018 Body/Mind/Spirit Book of the Year by Foreword Indies, and the 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
Bhakti is love or devotion to a supreme deity. It is a form of religious practice, a state of mind, and the goal of practice. Through visualization, narrative, chanting, and pūjā, bhakti taps into raw emotion and desire.