Self Worth Workshops
04/05 – 04//07
Salt Lake City, Utah
05/31 – 06/02
Hargobind Sedan Ashram,
San Leandro, California
More information in the Dates and Schedule section.
03/02 – 8:15am – 6pm
More information in the White Tantric Yoga section.
An Evening of Sacred Music and Chanting
with Prabhu Nam Kaur, Jasprit Singh on Sitar & Rishi on tabla,
01/25 – 8:30PM at DiviniTree
I have been asking myself how I can best be useful towards the evolution of our (humanity’s) collective consciousness for most of my life, beginning, perhaps, when I was twelve years old, and in some ways, going back to when I was six. Asking what can I do myself, and what would be useful for those of us who share the desire to serve, to do collectively. What can I do, and what can we do? These two questions have been the driving force of my life.
“Go, go now, and go soon. This workshop is a must for all women who are ready to love themselves. It is the necessary catalyst your soul needs to begin a new journey. Like the spiritual kick in the butt we all need at some point in our lives to grow into who we want to be.”
“This workshop was a wonderful combination of physical, mental, and emotional work, using yoga and group support to work through old wounds to my sense of self-worth. I had powerful insights that I have not been able to access through counseling or talk-therapy. I came away with tools for learning to love myself unconditionally.”
“The most important thing I learned is to always love myself completely and unconditionally. I also think that talking about things that affect your life helps you to not only see the problem, but it also helps you move away from it. I think being able to tell this wonderful, safe and powerful group of people why I felt I was unworthy was one of the most powerful and courageous things I’ve ever done. You created a space where this could happen. I would recommend this workshop to everyone!”
“You seemed to have come from a place not of erudition, or technical preparedness, but from a place of true wisdom, compassion, and love. I thought a couple of times while you (we) were doing the most intense work of our time together whether you had any training in psychotherapy. It came up as a questions but I knew that it didn’t matter, maybe you do, maybe you don’t but what was important is that you were able to embody this wisdom, compassion and love, any king of technical training seemed irrelevant.”
“It was intense and …amazingly effective. I’m still not sure how we got to the reality of each other’s issues so quickly and easily… I did this 40 day women’s group that met once a week, but I it didn’t get as close and intimate. Having the whole weekend together was really important for that. I learned some things about myself that I already knew, but couldn’t recognize, as well as some new insights to my patterns. I also felt extremely comfortable with your presence and mediation, thank you, again.”