Lists of recommendations hand-picked by the Awakening Women Team
raw, skinless, bruised, baffled
I am here raw, skinless, bruised, baffled,integrated, incarnated, initiated,basking in the softest compassion,held in a majestic freedom and joy,utterly in awe and in love,with myself. My underworld journey these past years has been brutal, disintegrative,healing,...
Feeling our way into Goddess
You don’t have to wait until this irritation goes away—or until this sadness turns all pink and frilly,or until you manage to cool your anger,or no longer have fear—before you can live in the FREEDOM and LOVE of the Goddess. Walking the Goddess Path we sooner or later...
Jay Mukta Devi ~ Goddess of Liberation!
The recent events were placed in the historical context of systemic anti-Asian racism not only in the U.S. but also in Europe.
The new quilt of humanity
The old threads are unraveling,
Get your needles ready.
The Heart of Inner Yoga Practice
Our inner yoga is a practice of returning to the movement within all things, a throb so intimate, so available…right here. A relaxing into the pulse of self-arising wisdom.
Here is a list of resources that we recommend to continue educating ourselves about racism, white privilege and how we can make a difference.
I Take My Seat as a Yogini
Reflections on the significance of community and what it means to take our seat as Yoginis in this modern world.
Dharma Talk with Sukhvinder and Chameli (video)
An exquisitely potent conversation between Sukhvinder and Chameli in which they weave the depths of their spiritual practice into the challenges and potential of social justice and shadow work.
Who is MahaMaya? (video)
The magnificent MahaMaya arises out of ancient roots, appearing as perhaps the most paradoxical Goddess throughout the eastern tantric traditions. She is both the Great Liberator who awakens us from the illusion of separation, and the very veil of ignorance that makes us forget the union we are made of.
Jai Ambe ~ Sung by the Yogini Circle (music)
A recording of the Yogini Circle singing the Jai Ambe in our Yogini Ashram in India, 2018.