What do the fruits of consistent spiritual practice really feel like for most of us most of the time? Read More
Each morning, my Tibetan housemate filled copper offering bowls to the brim with fresh water. She then walked slowly and steadily to the altar room, her gaze undistracted so as not to spill any precious drops along the way. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
Learn how paying money for spiritual teachings can be part of your practice. The amrita of teachings is met with reciprocal amrita offered by the student. This is Self giving to Self: an expression of primordial generosity. No matter how rich or poor we are, by giving money, other gifts, or service, we can participate. Read More
Achamanam is the sipping of water from the base of the palm of your right hand. It begins any kind of ritual practice. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
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