Saturday, October 22, 2016
Mirabai Starr writes about a free one-hour presentation on the Feminine Mystics:
So often we spend our lives chasing an experience of being loved in the outer world and forget that a sublime and sustainable relationship with the True Beloved is available within us.
Embracing the Divine as our ultimate Beloved is a time-honored spiritual path that history’s female mystics across the traditions have walked with wild grace.
What can you learn from these remarkable women about how you can have a tender, devotional and even erotic relationship with the Beloved at the core of your spiritual life?
Please join me and thousands of seekers of an ecstatic relationship with the Divine, on Saturday, March 12, when I present The Feminine Mystic Unveiled: Embracing the Divine as Your Beloved.
You can reserve your FREE spot here: https://shiftnetwork.isrefer.com/go/fmuMS/Mirabaistarr/
I will share stories and teachings of devotion from the heart of the lives of many of the great female mystics like St. Teresa of Avila and my namesake, the poet-saint Mirabai, and how you, too, can unite with the Beloved and live in an exalted state while still engaging in grounded action and service in the world….
During our hour together we will explore:
How to say “yes” to longing at the core of your pathway to the Divine
The power and beauty born of spiritual desire and devotion
Devotional practices that help unite you with the Beloved and see the Divine in the eyes of others
How to be more available to moments of awe in your daily life
So join me for this powerful reclamation of the feminine path that is enlivening, ecstatic and soul-nourishing.
It’s FREE to attend, but you’ll need to register here: https://shiftnetwork.isrefer.com/go/fmuMS/Mirabaistarr/
(from Dorothy: Mirabai Starr is one of our most beloved wisdom teachers and an authentic mystic in her own right. I happened to run across this announcement for a free presentation by Mirabai on Shift and, although it was originally offered some time back, I found that it is still available at the site mentioned above, both as audio and text. The "registration" is quite simple. Listen to this download––it will be well worth your time. In particular, she discusses St. Teresa of Avila, known for her "raptures". These I find of special interest since they are, I feel, closely related to the ecstasy that Kundalini can bring, when it is in right alignment.)