Mukti, whose name is translated as “liberation,” is a teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti, her husband. Prior to 1996, when she began studying the nondual, Zen-flavored teachings of Adyashanti, Mukti studied the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda for over 20 years. In her own teachings, Mukti points audiences back to their natural state of wholeness or undivided consciousness. Licensed in acupuncture and certified to teach hatha yoga, Mukti has a love of the whole, in form as well as the formless.
What is the most essential you that is present regardless of thought or emotion? Who or what has been present for all of your life experience? How does this spirit of constancy touch your life? Mukti will speak on these compelling topics at her evening satsang and follow with questions and answers pointing directly to the true nature of Self.
The one-day retreat will offer a potent blend of stillness and dynamic inquiry, with three short satsangs interspersed with periods of silent meditation. Outside of satsang, the retreat will be held in silence. Please bring a bag lunch or plan to eat at a restaurant nearby. Chairs will be provided. You may bring a backjack or cushion for floor seating. We suggest you wear comfortable clothes.