Sat Nam. Greetings and best wishes.
“I do not know any work that is more important for the evolution of humanity’s collective consciousness and our own evolution as spiritual beings, than to heal the wounds that block us from fulfilling our destiny and prevent us from feeling satisfied with life, and then to learn how to help others heal their wounds.”
Sat Santokh is a leader in the field of transformational social change workshops, and the application of yogic technology to living in the world while caring about it deeply.
A former manager of the Grateful Dead, he is the senior Kundalini Yoga teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. After leading workshops for over thirty-five years, he has spent the last ten years working on developing an understanding of the nature of self worth issues and how to effectively address them.
The separation between my spiritual practice and social change work has disappeared. If the fundamental issue is how to change the consciousness of enough people to make a difference, then the major work for each of us to undertake is to learn how to transform our own consciousness—to open our hearts and love one another and ourselves, and then to share that ability with as many other people as possible.