In ancient times in India, Tibet and China, people with means who desired spiritual teachings would invite teachers to their homes. These patron-hosts did not just house teachers and donate money; they organized and oversaw every circumstance related to the teachings. The teacher and any other students who showed up would be fed and housed… Read More
The poisons are obstacles to spiritual awakening. The medicines help us to clear obstacles. The fruits are what it feels like to be more awake. By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
Jaya Kula East has moved to a beautiful new space at 159 State Street in Portland, Maine, in the historic State Street Church. Read More
Satsang is usually translated as “in the company of the wise.” I prefer to translate it as “being in Reality together.” By Shambhavi Sarasvati Read More
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