Deobrat Mishra + Sarahjoy Marsh Immersion into Awe

  • Friday, August 2, 2019
  • 6:30pm - 9:00pm
  • Rasa Yoga, Ashland, OR
Deobrat Mishra + Sarahjoy Marsh Immersion into Awe
Friday, August 2: Immersion into Awe: Yoga, Meditation + Kirtan YOGA reminds us of both the deepest indwelling “such-ness” of who we are and our interconnectedness with all that is. It is profoundly soothing for the anxieties that live in us when we become disconnected from our indwelling home; and gently nudging us toward compassionate action, service and healing.​Yoga’s pathways to this awakening are many:  Nada Yoga: the yoga of sound and the healing path of vibration through chanting which refines our access to and intimacy with the subtle body Hatha Yoga: the yoga of resolving the physiological residues to allow our innate radiance to be remembered Bhakti Yoga: the yoga of devotion, ritual, prayer, and immersion with that which is effulgent Jnana Yoga: the yoga of inquiry and contemplation towards the abiding discovery of that which we most deeply are and have been Karma Yoga: the yoga of selfless service and action as humility and union with that which acts through us  To warm up and during the serenade part of this immersion, Pandit Deobrat Mishra will focus on Nada Yoga and the pathway of sound through the Chakras. Nada is a Sanskrit word meaning sound; the related word nadi means river or stream. It also means rushing or sounding. Nadis are the subtle channels through which consciousness flows.Anahata (the 4th chakra, often referred to as the Heart Chakra) means Unstruck Sound.  The Hatha Yoga Pradipika declares that samadhi is achieved when the anahatanadam, the unstruck sound, can be heard. … Sarahjoy Marsh will interweave hatha, bhakti & jnana yogas into the immersion focusing on practices suited to those who attend. (asana, pranayama, meditation, & inquiry). We will then include an hour of Raga-infused Kirtan. Music

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