Monday 5/16/2022 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
$0.00 Full Moon Meditation May
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.
For the flower moon and eclipse in May we will be chanting Hume Hum Brahm Hum. This mantra literally means that we are the spirit of the Divine; it is a powerful mantra of connection, and compassionate communication from the heart.
This meditation immerses us in the presence of the open heart to give us the strength to stay open and connected to all people, everything and everyone in the Universe. We will endeavor to be real and present as we Mudra Bring your hands into an open Lotus Mudra in front of the Heart Center. The base of the palms come together. The first digits of the pinkie fingers and the thumbs touch their corresponding fingers along the sides. The remaining fingers are straight and spread open, much like a lotus in bloom. The palms face each other are open to the heavens.
Eyes Focus at the tip of the nose.
Mantra Chant Humee Hum Brahm Hum.
Open to all, no meditation experience is required. Donations are accepted.
Manju's yoga practice is grounded in a desire for equity, justice,
emotional and mental well-being. She brings her spirit of play, body
positivity and radical self-love to her Kundalini & Nidra classes.
Born in India to a yoga teacher mother, Manju is committed to authenticity in the studio. A Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance,
she connects deeply with the feminist, spiritual and historical
foundations of yoga to counter problematic cultural appropriation. She
relishes creating a safe space for all using breathe, color, naad, and
mantras in her classes.
Manju invites you to consider yoga as a tool to recharge, resist and rebel.