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Sally Kempton


Sally Kempton


Sally Kempton is a powerful teacher of applied spiritual wisdom, known for her capacity to kindle meditative states in others, and to help students work with meditative experience as a framework for practical life-change. She teaches teleclasses, retreats, and workshops, appearing at conference centers such as Esalen and Kripalu. Sally is the author of 'Meditation for the Love of It', which Spirituality and Health magazine called 'the meditation book your heart wants you to read.' She writes a regular column, 'Wisdom' for Yoga Journal, as well as a column called 'Meditation for Life' on the Internet religious site Patheos.com.

A former swami in a Vedic tradition, Sally's teachings combine deep knowledge of the texts of yoga and tantra with practical wisdom from contemporary psychology and integral thought.

Sally's latest book, Awakening Shakti, gives you access to powerful tools for tuning in to the transformative power of the sacred feminine.

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After an introductory lecture, practice a series of meditations to release emotional blocks and difficult feelings. Release emotional energy and allow yourself to experience the power of these focused meditations, allowing yourself to feel spacious energy and a deeper understanding of yourself. Discuss concepts around the essence of desire, loss, fear and the past. Spend time discussing and note taking between the meditations. Have a pen and paper nearby for journaling your experiences. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
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Follow sound to its source in silence, then take the sound back to your heart. Bring your total focus to the resonating sounds of the gong as it is played throughout the meditation. Tune into the energy and nourishing vibrations as you go deeper into a state of calm and internal silence. A great practice to do either lying down or sitting in a comfortable position, any time of day or night. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
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Begin by softening your body, then allow yourself to breathe particles of golden light into every cell, stimulating and rejuvenating from the inside out. Allow your thoughts to soften and feel how your body releases into this light as you go deeper. Conclude your practice by tuning in to the sound of the gong. Do this meditation any time of day or night for an overall sense of peace and ease. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
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