When we engage in spiritual practice, obedience to wisdom leads us to rediscover that which has total spontaneity and freedom of self-expression. Read More
The round world is an alive, aware world: responsive, communicative, magical, and populated by beings seen and unseen, including ancestors. Shambhavi invites you to explore. Read More
A statement from Shambhavi and the Jaya Kula Board of Directors about celebrating all forms of worship and relinquishing attitudes of spiritual superiority and exceptionalism. Read More
A poem about the paradox of missing God while feeling God everywhere. From Mother Poems by Shambhavi Sarasvati, forthcoming. Read More
Clarity, knowledge, wonder, curiosity, mercy, love, compassion, creativity, vajra pride—all of these give rise, collectively, to devotion. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
Impermanence is not just for Buddhists. Walking through the Rijksakademie graduate student annual art exhibit this morning, I came across this sand mandala created by Danielle van Ark. Fragile grains trace the pattern of a king’s floor tapestry replete with royal insignia. Bon voyage, all. Read More
For Tantrikas, every aspect of life is practice and an opportunity to directly realize one’s essential nature. Tantrikas perform puja, develop relationships with tutelary deities, and offer acts of service or karma yoga. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
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