Spiritual Activism

We cannot think on healing our body-soul alone. We are together. With other living beings and on this beautiful planet.

We are together, and together we heal.

Yoga is a journey to the deepest core of our nature and a powerful way to connect ourselves with the Bigger Picture.

One of the most important things we can do today as conscious parts of the human community is to understand which is our healing power and how can we use it. How can we heal ourselves? How are our healing powers expressing themselves? How can we use them in a positive and transformative way for our local community and for the whole planet? Are we present? Are we whole? Are we awake? What is silently laying within us, waiting for us to wake up and let it shine? What makes us happy? How can we handle our own empathy? How can we feel connected with everyone and everything and still centered and balanced? Are our voices needed?

We need tools to keep our-selves positive and in peace despite our sensitivity towards the climate issues and social injustice.
We need to build a society able to embrace new forms of living, of growing, of creating wellness. This is the time of being creative and inventing new models. This is the season to try to call up our resilience to establish a new way of sharing the human experience. We need to find a path to strengthen our tolerance and to empower our way to respond to what happens to the world.

Yoga can help us – and it will. ૐ

In 2019 I offered for the first time a 9 months course on Spiritual Activism. This course was for everyone who finds that to practice for her/his spiritual growth means also becoming a new person, awakening to the essential, taking care of the whole and starting creating new life patterns. We were not able to do it in one month, but we had two options: begin changing or go on as usual. As Wordsworth once wrote: “To begin, begin.”

Our practice has been truly oriented to participate as peaceful beings to a social change. We had a monthly theme which directed our spiritual practices and a monthly asana sequence which supported our process of discovering, understanding and integrating.

As you maybe already know, the 7% of the proceeds has been donated to “TreeSisters“, a global network of women who work for the restoration of our tropical forests.

 The next course will start in Spring 2021.

Spots are limited, so drop me a line to reserve yours: infoyogawithamore@gmail.com

And still we rise, and so we heal.