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The Yoga of Namaste CANCELED

The Yoga of Namaste

When ALL of the light in me bows to ALL of the light in you

HAS BEEN CANCELED.

Questions? Email

jenbycyc@gmail.com

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Namaste is the Sanskrit word of greeting and closing often used to begin and end yoga practice. But what does it really mean for “the divine light in me to bow to the divine light in you” in our day to day life?

In this evening experience we will:

  • Explore the nature of divinity as light – from the divine as very bright, to the divine as the dim and rather dark.

  • Uncover judgments, habits and beliefs we’ve carried (personally and collectively) about the “lesser light,” being separate and unworthy of our recognition.

  • We’ll use ancient and contemporary healing practices to bring us back to the full and inclusive experience of ALL of the light we are.

Come taste what you’ve been longing for! Come seek what has been there all along. Come find the living magic in Namaste!

$20 suggested donation
appreciated but not required

  Pat Heavren  is the principal of  Living Source , a healing and education center in Woodbridge, CT. She is the author of Magic In Plain Sight: When Acceptance is the Healing, published by Aldebaran Press in September of 2017. Pat is a registered Kripalu yoga teacher, adjunct teaching faculty with The Graduate Institute in Bethany, CT, and former senior teaching faculty with the international Four Winds Society. Since 2007 she has presented programs and workshops in neo-shamanic healing practices across the US, Latin America and Canada.   Kimberley Windbiel  is shaman, artist, and interfaith minister who lives in northern Manhattan. She’s trained with Alberto Villoldo, PhD, Sandra Ingerman and Michael Harner and brings keen insight and talented artistry to Living Source’s introductory and intensive programs. Kimberley’s work experience includes costuming off-Broadway productions and acting in community theater. As a singer and musician, she has produced and recorded multiple CDs and performed frequently in New York City nightclubs.

Pat Heavren is the principal of Living Source, a healing and education center in Woodbridge, CT. She is the author of Magic In Plain Sight: When Acceptance is the Healing, published by Aldebaran Press in September of 2017. Pat is a registered Kripalu yoga teacher, adjunct teaching faculty with The Graduate Institute in Bethany, CT, and former senior teaching faculty with the international Four Winds Society. Since 2007 she has presented programs and workshops in neo-shamanic healing practices across the US, Latin America and Canada.

Kimberley Windbiel is shaman, artist, and interfaith minister who lives in northern Manhattan. She’s trained with Alberto Villoldo, PhD, Sandra Ingerman and Michael Harner and brings keen insight and talented artistry to Living Source’s introductory and intensive programs. Kimberley’s work experience includes costuming off-Broadway productions and acting in community theater. As a singer and musician, she has produced and recorded multiple CDs and performed frequently in New York City nightclubs.

QUESTIONS? Email:

jenbycyc@gmail.com

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