Om Namo Narayani – A Journey into the Heart of the Divine Mother with Jagatambe

From Tuesday, 07 July 2015 09:30 AM

To Friday, 10 July 2015 12:00 PM

Event ID: 1619

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213 Martinsville Road

Cooranbong Cooranbong 2265

NSW

Phone: 02 4977 3300

Email: info@shantimission.org

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Offered by self-assessment as to the value you place upon it balanced with your means and spiritual objectives.
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Event Details

In this reatreat Jagatambe will lead participants deeply into the heart of the Divine Mother. Togther we will explore the aspects of the Devi in Her trimutri form of Narayani - comprised of Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. We will practice meditation, mantra, yagam, abishekham and share stories of the heart, as together we clear the blockages to deeper devotion, and open our hearts to the Mother and receive her blessings and Grace, Jai Ma!

Teacher

Jagatambe Narayani, Shanti Mission Spiritual Teacher

Jagatambe Narayani

In her role as Ignite Your Spirit Therapist and Doctor of Clinical Psychology, she offers deep wisdom, purity and compassion. Dealing with the full spectrum of human experience, she helps her clients and students to let go of all that gets in the way of realising the truth of their highest potential, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Jagatambe yearns to help to awaken the Soul in everyone that she serves. She is curious, articulate, insightful, and devoted, supporting people to open into a space of powerful transformation. Prior to finding Shakti Durga and Shanti Mission, she gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and was the University Medallist in Undergraduate studies. She worked as psychologist with children and adolescents; and as a researcher at the Centre for Mental Health and Brain Research, as well as with the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. Today her primary focus is puja, teaching and energy healing. She regularly runs retreats, satsangs, mentoring classes, and leads the Shanti Mission puja team. Currently, Jagatambe spends half of her time in Sri Sakthi Amma’s Peedam, southern India, where she continues to serve via online classes, retreats, teaching, healing and in the Peedam temple. In 2008 Jagatambe developed a landmark study into the effects of healing and spiritual tools for people with depression. The Wellness Study, facilitated with Shakti Durga, taught people the personal and spiritual tools from the foundation seminars and offered weekly Ignite Your Spirit healings to those suffering from depression. The results were outstanding, and paved the way for Project Hope – which offered free, regular healings to those suffering from depression as a service of Shanti Mission.

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