Sat Yoga Institute is my newly-discovered Spiritual Growth place. Today they sent an email reminder for the upcoming seminar. If you are at all interested in having your own paradigm shift (and who wouldn’t be?), come on down and join me and Candy Nov 3rd and 4th:
Om Shanti. We would like to remind our satsang members of our upcoming initiatory seminar, entitled: Seminar One: The Secrets of the Inner Labyrinth.
The weekend seminar will be held Saturday, Nov. 3rd from 1-5pm and Sunday, Nov. 4th from 10am-5pm. Tuition for enrolled students is $125, and $150 for non-students. (Gourmet lunch on Sunday plus other refreshments provided by Radha’s Kitchen.) You may confirm your assistance by email or by phone. We ask that if you wish to participate to please register by October 29th.
We will present the fundamental concepts of Sat Yoga, offering a rich body of teachings that will serve as the base for a most needed paradigm shift of our current human consciousness. This event will be experiential, including guided meditations, pranayamas, and other exercises to bring you into an altered state of consciousness. It will be a life-changing event for those who are ready. It is only for those who are mature, emotionally stable, and desirous of attaining the Supreme Liberation.
Please click here to read more about this unique spiritual process.
SYI Staff of Volunteers
Sat Yoga Institute
Escazú, Costa Rica
Tel: (506) 288-3294 / 228-1503 / 891-6486
Our address: San Rafael of Escazú, 300 mts East from Plaza Rolex
Maybe there is more wrong with me than I imagine but I can hardly wait. Would life-changing include weight loss? Speaking of which, Radha is Shunyamurti’s wife and an AMAZING vegetarian cook. Pretty much all carbs, but I can make an exception in the name of Personal Spiritual Growth.
Hoping there’s no maturity quiz at the door.
You’re hoping there’s no maturity quiz at the door? Oh Sally, honestly, I’m so happy I found your blog. Some days, the laughter you initiate is all the exercise I get that week … thank goodness some days it’s a great good guffaw. Like today.
Would they know where I can by Nan? Fresh or Frozen? Maybe frozen would be best.
That is one thing my spirit is totally missing right now. I can cook a passable curry, but with no nan – it is just sad. Help me O Wise and Knowing Saratica.
Jen Poco Loco
Thank you, Cindy. This is the funnest thing I do all day, desperately glad I found it too. If we don’t produce an income somehow and I have to go back to Key West and sell real estate (still my last choice of everything there is to do in the world), I have found writing, and made connections with so many fun people all over the world. Of course, most of us gravitate to Costa Rica…. some of us gravitate away, on to the next adventure…
Jen, you are such a smart galleta! I will ask her. She served pita bread that she bought at a deli, can’t remember the name but I will ask. It was delicious, obviously freshly made. They serve great nan at the Taj Mahal on the old road to Santa Ana. And there’s that new place across from Tre Fratellli behind Paco: Lemon Grass or something like that. My friend Alida eats there a lot and says it’s great. My very good friend Hansa in Key West taught me how to make it one time… I remember it being SO easy but of course never tried it at home. If I get more nan info, I will call you immediately!
Well, let’s see now, Sally: Indian Flatbread recipes + the O’Boyle touch = Nan-O’-Technology, yes?
(Just a wee crumb of humor to brighten your day!)
Your synapses meet in a delightfully twisted way… nan-o’-techno indeed!
Would a life change include weight loss? Lol, it did for me. The day starts at 6:15 with yoga (or Feldenkreis exercise) on the beach, then at 7:30 3 oz of freshly squezed wheat grass juice, at 8:30 breakfast of fruit sallad or sesame shake or papaya with flax seed dressing, then at 10:00 am a coconut juice straight from the freshly picked coconuts picked from the beach in the morning with a sprout “tail”. Before lunch power walking, also on the beach (walking with poles), lunch of sallad with tons of baby greens and some sprouts, sometimes with seed cheese or something similar, at 3:00 pm snack: coconut water or some fruit, dancing before dinner: usually salsa or merengue and at 6:30 all you want to eat of energy soup (soup blended of sprouted seeds, baby and other greens and some veggies, usually with sauerkraut and some seaweeds. Within two weeks I lost 7 pounds and about 10 years from my appearance, I also started loosing my high blood sugar and needed to drop one of my diabetes pills and 1/3 of my insulin dose. I also lost my glasses, since my eyesight improved so rapidly. I’ll post more about this transformation on my blog tomorrow.
I can’t wait to read more. But when do you EAT? Ok, that was a joke… what is the name of your blog?
My blog is on your Expats abroad blog list under Minerva’s Retirement Merry Go Round. Sorry I was absent from blogging for nearly three weeks due to my move to Puerto Rico. But now I am back – now 9 pounds lighter!
…Pardon my bragging, but I am sooooo happy – despite – or may be because of – not eating: a sign of light headedness??? ;-))
I knew your name was familiar – that’s why! I will take a look, see what you’ve been up to… Puerto Rico? Nine pounds? Hmmmm… I was in the hospital for emergency surgery in ’04 and couldn’t eat ANYTHING for two weeks, not even ice. Fortunately I was on delicious drugs (particularly the morphine… oh my, that was nice). When I came out, I felt GREAT. Food is overrated, definitely.