"I wish to dedicate my life to live in accordance with the natural rhythms of the universe.
To teach the knowledge and practice of Sadhana.
I aim is to evoke, inform, strengthen and safeguard the memory of women as guardians of sacred healing. That is also meant to help men become awakened to the mothers primordial healing energy that has existed within them from ancient times.
What is Sadhana? The Sadhana practices encompass all our daily activities, from the simple to the sublime. The goal of sadhana is to enable you to recover your natural rhythms and realign your inner life and daily habits with the cycles of nature.
Because women have always been the guardians of life's wholesome practices, when we strengthen our health and spiritual power we also strengthen the health and wisdom of the men, children and communities around us.
According to the Bhagavad Gita the only way to live in harmony with the cosmos is "to do what is to be done" in the present. This is the Heart of Sadhana... the practice that reflect and recreates within us the universe's energies and rhythms.
Sadhana replicates the sacred in nature through everyday activities that bring us into harmony with the great cycles of the cosmos and that reconnect us to that which is divine in us, our power to heal, serve, rejoice and uplift the Spirit." exerpt from Bri Maya Tiwari's book The Path of Practise, shared with me by Katya Nova.
Photo by Katya Nova