This group healing process is called Laya Yoga. Laya means dissolving and yoga means union. Through the group process, we dissolve what is energetically holding us back, including old patterns of conscious and unconscious blocks held deep within. As the energy starts to flow, new inspiration and a whole new set of possibilities are birthed. The process is conducted in groups of around 10-12 people. Each person will receive intuitive feedback and blessing. Often these sessions are completely life changing.
About Shakti Durga:
They say you teach what you most need to learn, and Shakti Durga has been teaching and learning about relationships for over 30 years. Whether it’s the relationship you have with the vulnerable part of self that needs nurturing, or with your spouse, family, work colleagues, money, or with the Infinite Source of all, Shakti Durga has helped thousands of people to blaze through obstacles, heal conflict harmoniously, and find more love than they ever thought possible.
After a failed marriage Shakti Durga turned to meditation, as well as personal and spiritual development, to help manage stress and depression. Not only did she recover and attain a new level of personal, relationship and business success, she became an avid student of great spiritual masters. She travelled extensively to be in their presence, learning and growing and accessing bliss as well as tools from the Ancient Universal Wisdom. She has found light of transformation through various traditions including the Vedas, Mantra, Western mysteries, Angels, Sacred Music, Kaballah, Taoism, Christianity and Buddhism.
Shakti Durga’s journey has been so deep that she has been recognised as a Swami (Guru) in India, because she has embodied the capacity to ignite the spirit of herself and others. Being labelled a Guru caused her some consternation, as Shakti Durga is all about activating personal empowerment, and the narrative around the Guru in the West has been negative.
After a long and profound journey encompassing Western and Eastern spiritual practices, and having cultivated the skill of making complex spiritual teachings simple and easy to use in practice, she says that the advanced class in spirituality is still being grounded in our every-day life and relationships. This is the area that continues to fascinate her and in which she focusses to help people achieve more love as well as other objectives in life.
Shakti Durga is a musician, author, energy healer, and a humorous, inspired spiritual teacher with an international student base.
She is the founder, spiritual head and inspirational leader of Shanti Mission (Peace Mission), with its head office based in Australia. The not-for-profit charity operates a wide-variety of projects and programs with the aim of creating inner peace and peace between people. It is also registered as a 501(C)(3) charity in USA.
Shakti Durga is one of 8 spiritual masters invited to China by the largest provider of spiritual content in that country. She is also one of the 108 living masters featured on the world’s largest spiritual website, Times of India’s Speaking Tree. She and her team of empowered teachers have taught thousands of people in Australia, USA, Canada, UK, China, India, Brazil, New Zealand and Germany. She has authored 5 books, developed a comprehensive joy-filled spiritual training program, has countless spiritual music, mantra and meditation CDS, and 3 inspirational card decks.
Prior to commencing her vocation in spirituality, Shakti Durga was a practising lawyer for 16 years. She has two grown children and lives with her life partner in Cooranbong, north of Sydney in NSW Australia.
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