Meditations and wisdom talks by Chameli
Whew, so much to process and to tend to practically, mentally, and emotionally...and beneath it all Gaia needs us now. Just like our bodies do when we have an overflow of harmful bacteria and viruses in the body, She, has activated her immune system now...
Even the invisible actions create our world. In honor of all the invisible actions, prayers and intentions people everywhere do, everyday, to protect and feed the sacred. A sharing video from Chameli in our yogini winter ashram in India.
Commitment is Shakti, creative power, commitment sets us free. A morning sharing video from Chameli in our Durga Retreat in India.
In this video, Chameli speaks about how we can establish a relationship to our experiences that brings freedom instead of entanglement.
In this video, Chameli explores how we stay stuck in seeking when we make our freedom dependent on a certain experience.
In this talk from the Science and Nonduality Conference, Chameli retells the myth of Gaia and Uranus as a map of how we came to build our identity upon the imagined split between form and the formless.
In this video, I share how the Amazon jungle ripped off a few masks and initiated me into a profound relationship with Gaia, Mother Earth. It is the most humbling and liberating journey to become an apprentice to Her.
In this interview, Chameli answers the question, what is Sadhana?
A guided meditation deeper into union with the felt wisdom of the Great Mother and how she breathes and creates as us. Recorded by Chameli while leaning against a giant tree in the Amazon rainforest.
A guided meditation that cultivates compassion and the capacity to allow feelings to flow through without them getting stuck.
In this interview, Chameli tells the myth of Durga and speaks about the importance of reclaiming the fierce feminine.
A recorded dialogue between Chameli’s teacher ShantiMayi and Hannah Rachel Bell of sacred women’s teachings from the aboriginal people of Australia, which they refer to as “Women’s Business.” The aboriginals don’t speak about women’s business the way we usually associate it.
A TEDx talk on the importance of the fierce feminine, by Chameli.