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Sally Kempton


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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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Begin by finding the felt sense of relaxation that you access by remembering a moment of feeling fully at peace. Remind yourself what relaxation feels like with this meditation, as you rely on the muscle memory of relaxation inherent in your body. A great practice to do in times of stress or when dealing with difficult situations. Come back to this practice time and time again for a quick dose of peace. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction
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The "I am" mantra is the articulated expression of the self. Activate the experience of your own pure being and pure love, by opening the three main centers of awareness. Remind yourself of your true nature as you focus on your belly center, your heart center and your head center (or third eye), tapping into all of the power that directs your life. With focused breathing, bring awareness into these powerful centers. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
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Use a practice dedicated to a powerful Sanskrit mantra, following the sacred sound of "om shreem" into the silence behind thought. Sit peacefully and meditate on the mantra, allow it to flow into your inhalation and exhalation, focusing on the space in your heart where the mantra dissolves. Complete your meditation and breath with the balancing sound of the gong, walking away with the feeling of auspiciousness and positivity. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster or pillow to sit on.
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