Until you cut off the bonds, you are chained to the world and its influences.
- The Bhagavad Gita
The Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Krishna and his closest devotee, the Yadava prince Arjuna, who played a crucial role in the war of the epic Mahabharata. The message of the Bhagavad Gita has not only profoundly influenced the Indian way of life for millennia, but also many of our great contemporary western minds. Ghandi, Dr. King, and Thoreau were all known to carry and reference the Gita often.
The Bhagavad Gita reveals how anyone can perform ordinary duties in the world and yet remain free from the consequences of one’s actions. It is not by inaction, not even by doing only the so called good deeds, that one attains liberation, but by doing deeds without the sense of doer-ship. Such an approach not only liberates human beings from the struggling and striving that characterizes our ego driven actions, but also greatly reduces our anxieties and frustrations thereby creating in us the permanent basis for a stable, peaceful, and contented life.
Wear comfortable clothing not only to sit, but also to participate in a gentle asana practice, while you listen to the story of The Bhagavad Gita.
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Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra® has the power to transform you at core levels. This guided meditation guides you through each layer of being called the Koshas, explained in detail this workshop, which includes the physical, energetic, mental, emotional and spiritual layers; making this healing practice inclusive of your whole being.
Who is this for?
Practice is for anyone with a desire for greater inner peace and connection to one’s self. No yoga experience is required. Modifications and alterations are provided including if you prefer to sit in a chair. The Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra practice has been used to successfully aid insomnia, anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, pain and adapting to travel & time zones, and other issues and changes.
About the instructor and harp player:
Paige Lichens, a native of Washington, DC, has been teaching yoga and meditation for over 8+ years. Certified to lead Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra® and also a 500 hour Kripalu Yoga teacher, she teaches regular classes at The Yogi Underground.
Kara Welch has been playing harp since 2006. She performs professionally at cafes, graduations, galas, and more; everywhere from Arizona to Jamaica, specializing in classical, jazz, celtic, and healing music. Kara is currently studying with the Music for Healing and Transition Program (MHTP) at George Washington University Hospital to become a therapeutic musician in her new home base of Washington, DC.
$45 ($35 Early Bird by 11/1 and members receive 10% discount after Early Bird)