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Full Moon Meditation -January 17

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Dates
Monday 1/17/2022 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Pricing
$0.00 Full Moon Meditation - January 17th


Free and open to all. Live streaming on Zoom. We start by tuning in together, and then do a 31-minute group meditation, to leave us all feeling connected and uplifted.

Meditating under the power of the full moon amplifies the power of our meditation, allowing us to connect more deeply with the voice of our soul and tap into our inner peace. Join us for this monthly donation-based Kundalini meditation, to uplift your spirits and guide you through the coming cycle.

Open to all, no meditation experience is required. Donations are accepted.

For the first full moon of 2022, join us to chant the auspicious Ganpati Kriya, to manifest positive outcomes to us and through us. We will be chanting the Sa Ta Na Ma mantra, while activating the Jupiter finger for wisdom, the Saturn finger for patience, the Sun finger for energy, and the Mercury finger for effective communication.

The mantra is Sa-Ta-Na-Ma-Ra-Ma-Da-Sa-Sa-Say-So-Hung. These primeval sounds represent existence, life, transformation, rebirth, Sun, Moon, Earth, and the infinity to which we belong and encapsulate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee-GGyE_pSs 




Manju Sadarangani

Manju is a Yoga sceptic.  Born in the cradle of Yoga to a Yogini mother, Manju came to her practice fashionably late.  Although she attended intensive classes as a child and teenager at the oldest Yoga institute in India, Manju’s curiosity drew her to Kundalini Yoga in 2019.  In 2021, she completed her Level 1 teacher training with aspiring teachers from across the planet, the first global KRI program of its kind.    Manju believes in bringing a spirit of play, body positivity and radical self-love to her classes.  Describing herself as a perpetual novice, Manju centers curiosity and brings her creativity as a visual artist to Lighthouse.  She enjoys sharing joy, color, naad, and mantras in her practice.  She resists the problematic cultural appropriation surrounding Yoga by committing to authenticity in the studio.  She invites you to consider Yoga as a tool to recharge, resist, and rebel.


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