Igniting Creative Fires Within
Jun
23
to Jun 26

Igniting Creative Fires Within

Drawing inspiration from the rich spiritual tradition of India and the wild and magical landscape and Celtic tradition of Scotland, we will follow the pathways of writing and singing to attune with Nature through the five elements; earth, water, fire, air, and space.

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Yoga Workshop with Mary Young & Christina Sell
Dec
8
to Dec 12

Yoga Workshop with Mary Young & Christina Sell

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The Sahaj Path and Natural Way of Transformation
with Mary Young & Christina Sell

More information coming soon.

Christian Sell is an international yoga teacher and author of several books. Her workis renowned for the integrity she brings to the ancient roots of the yoga tradition translated into the West through her deep and active dedication to practice and scholarship. Her years of direct experience and practice on the mat are well-blended with a fresh and lively teaching style that has earned her the love and respect of countless yoga practitioners around the world.

For more information on Christina Sell please visit her website, www.livethelightofyoga.com

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The Creative Life - A Singing & Writing Workshop w/ Mary Angelon Young and Marion Zammarchi
Aug
25
to Aug 28

The Creative Life - A Singing & Writing Workshop w/ Mary Angelon Young and Marion Zammarchi

Singing and Writing ~ Art as inner Path

With Mari Angelon Young and Marion Zammarchi

Three days in the beautiful French countryside with seasoned writer Mary Angelon Young and musician Marion Zammarchi for a deep exploration of the creative impulse, cultivating relationship with the creative Muse through singing and writing. Come walk under talk green trees, swim or sit beside a beautiful river, and tap the wellspring of your true nature.

In India, Speech and Music are both represented by the goddess Saraswati. To write allows us to enter into a intimate relationship with our creativity, our Muse, and makes us realize our depth. To chant offers us a space in which to get in touch with the breath, the sound and the vibration of our body. As we harmonize our voices, the possibility is there for us to step out of the thinking world and come back into the heart.

By the unveiling of our true Nature, our wisdom, our deep Being, these 2 forms of art are 2 ways of inner transformation. Exploring both avenues, we will arrive back at the Source – for in most spiritual traditions, Sound (the Verb) is the source of the universe.

Chanting will make us travel through 3 colors from India :
- dhrupad chanting (the most ancient sacred musical style in North India)
- baul chanting (traditional chant from Bengal)
- mantras (ritual chanting in vedic priesthood).
Our time together will be interspersed with moments of sharing and play.

This workshop is for anyone wanting to discover or deepen their relationship with their voice and writing skill, in the holistic sense. You do not need to be committed to a writing practice or to know anything about music in order to attend and participate. These 3 days will be fully translated in English and French.

Mari Angelon Young is a writer, traveler, and long-time student of Baul master Lee Lozowick. An adventurer of the spiritual path for over forty-five years, former college teacher and psychotherapist, she is the author of eight books on spirituality and Indian philosophy.
Mari lives at Triveni Ashram in Arizona nine months a year and spends her summers teaching and traveling in Europe where she speaks on the bhakti and tantric teachings of India, the sacred feminine, mythology, and writing as transformational practice.

Marion Zammarchi is a singer and an art therapist with creative approach to healing and empowered expression through voice, song, and sacred language. Originally trained in classical violin, Marion’s traditional background has evolved over time into contemporary music and free improvisation. Walking on a spiritual path for twenty years, she studied song, ritual, and sacred chants with song masters and teachers : Ustad Sayeeduddin Dagar and Céline Wadier (the dhrupad songs of North India), Parvathy Baul (Baul songs of Bengal), Borys Cholewka (world songs and vedic songs), Hélène Marinetti (sanskrit and
mantra). She currently practices, sings, and resides in Lyon, France.

Date : August 25th (6:00 pm) through August 28th (4:00 pm)
Place : La Voix des Carpates 01450 BOLOZON
Fee : 300 €€ / 270 €€ for sign up before 30th of June
Lodging and food : 150 €€
Deposit for registration : 120 €€

It is possible to benefit from adapted price for the people In trouble financier.

 

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Writing Workshop with Mary Angelon Young & Regina Sara Ryan
Feb
19
to Feb 21

Writing Workshop with Mary Angelon Young & Regina Sara Ryan

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Writing Workshop

"Writing ... to the Heart of the Matter"

with Mary Angelon Young & Regina Sara Ryan

This weekend writing intensive brings me back together with my long-time friend, Regina Sara Ryan, to dive once again into the joy of writing as a creative pathway to discovering one's true nature. Seasoned writers, non-writers, journalists, and anyone who wants to write for any reason tap will find inspiration and practical help in engaging the Muse.

Regina Sara Ryan is a writing coach, and author of The Woman Awake; Praying Dangerously, and the Wellness Workbook. A former Catholic nun, she has pursued contemplative studies for over 40 years, and currently conducts workshops and retreats in the U.S., Mexico and Europe. She lives in northern Arizona with her husband of 42 years, and is a longtime devotee of the American Baul master Lee Lozowick.

Space is limited. Please register early.
Location: downtown, Prescott, Arizona
Cost: by donation

For details and/or to register contact Regina by email at: prayingdangerously@gmail.com or by phone at: (928) 636-4627

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Seminar mit Mary Angelon Young
Jan
15
to Jan 17

Seminar mit Mary Angelon Young

„Das Feminine in der spirituellen Praxis“ - Seminar mit Mary Angelon Young

Heutzutage ist das Wiederauftauchen des Femininen die drängendste evolutionäre Kraft im Bereich des menschlichen Bewusstseins. Das Weibliche in all ihren Formen sucht uns und versucht zu heilen, was verloren, getrennt, verwirrt, verachtet, verleugnet und unterdrückt wurde.

In dem Heilungsprozess von uralten Wunden - sowohl des männlichen als auch des weiblichen Aspekts - die seit Jahrtausenden unter der Oberfläche von komplexen sozialen, kulturellen und religiösen Glaubenslehrern schwelen, stellen wir uns die Frage:
Wie können wir - Männer und Frauen - das Feminine in uns wieder finden, um Harmonie und Balance nicht nur in unserem eigenen täglichen Leben zu erhalten, sondern auch innerhalb globaler Dimensionen?

Mit Hilfe von Asanas, Pranajama, Geschichten, Mythen, Ritualen und Chanten werden wir die zeitlose Weisheit des Heiligen Femininen als einen Weg von Liebe und Transformation entdecken.

Mary Angelon Young ist ehem. Hochschullehrerin und Psychotherapeutin mit Schwerpunkt auf der Arbeit von C.G. Jung, Traumarbeit und Mythologie. Sie arbeitet als Autorin, Musikerin, Lehrerin und ist seit 45 Jahren Reisende und Abenteurerin auf dem spirituellen Weg. Mari Angelon lebt in Arizona im Ashram ihres Lehrers Lee Lozowick und leitet Seminare über das heilige Feminine, Mythologie, Schreiben als transformatorische Praxis, Traumarbeit und die Lehren von Bhakti und Tantrismus.


Freitag
19-21 Uhr: Vortrag mit Mary Angelon Young (Ohne Seminarteilnahme: 20,- €)
Samstag und Sonntag
9-10:30 Uhr: Asana/Pranajama mit Katharina Busch 11-17:00 Uhr: Seminar mit Mary Angelon Young (incl. Mittagspause)

 

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Dec
5
10:00 AM10:00

Maturing in Wisdom and Grace: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life

"Maturing in Wisdom and Grace: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life"

with Regina Sara Ryan & Mari Angelon Young

This gathering is for men and women who wish to share good company with other pilgrims on the Way, focusing together on topics of maturing wisdom and spiritual practice. Explorations include:
    •    “First-half spirituality” as distinct from “Second-half ” 
    •    The shift from simply growing older to maturing in wisdom and grace
    •    What we learn from the 4 Stages of Life from the Vedic perspective
    •    The dream life in the Second half
    •    Revisiting aims; clarifying purpose; celebrating what is! 
    •    The deeper wisdom of the body . . . and more.

Short teaching talks by Regina and Angelon will be integrated with meditation, music, guided journal writing; gentle movement and group sharing.

Mari angelon Young is a writer, grandmother, and author of Yogi Ramsuratkumar—Under the Punnai Tree; As It Is: A Year on the Road with a Tantric Teacher, and The Baul Tradition. She holds an MA degree in transpersonal psychology, has taught Jungian and archetypal studies, and edited a journal of transformation for 25 years. Since 1990, Angelon traveled extensively with her teacher, Lee Lozowick, exploring spiritual traditions in India and Europe. She lives at Triveni Ashram, northern Arizona.

Regina Sara Ryan is a professional writer, writing coach and book editor. She is the author of The Woman Awake: Feminine Wisdom for Spiritual Life, Igniting the Inner Life, and Praying Dangerously. In her book Only God: A Biography of Yogi Ramsuratkumar, she presents the life of a hidden saint whose message is essential for our times. She has also written The Wellness Workbook, a guidebook for making life-affirming changes, and three other books in the areas of health and well-being. Since her initiation into religious life as a Catholic nun in the 1960s, Regina has made spiritual practice her focus. Since 1985 her workshops, in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, France and Germany, have been devoted to issues related to spiritual life. For twenty-six years Regina worked closely with her spiritual teacher, the American Baul master Lee Lozowick.

Space is Limited, Please register early.

Contact for information and to register: 928-636-4627 or prayingdangerously@gmail.com

Cost: By donation * Depending upon participant interest, this one-day program may evolve into a longer course to be offered periodically during 2016 

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Sep
18
to Sep 22

Being True To Yourself ~ Bhakti Yoga in Theory & Practice

ALL LIFE IS YOGA.” – Sri Aurobindo

Being True To Yourself
Bhakti Yoga in Theory & Practice

Mary Angelon Young with Christina Sell

In a world of vast complexity and paradox, we are constantly challenged to be true to our individuality. It is the deep self that reveals the integrity and true heart of our humanity—but how do we gain and maintain access to that innate wisdom? Blending the ancient sahaja teachings of the Indian tradition with the work of transpersonal psychologist Carl Jung offers a unique doorway through which we may discover the mandala of wholeness within, which gives rise a richness of being, clarity, joy, and creativity.

Christina and Mary explore historical perspectives and direct experience of living vidyas (streams of knowledge) through asana, ritual, devotional chanting, archetypal symbols, writing, good company, and invocation of healing moods (rasa).

Christian Sell is an international yoga teacher and author of several books. Her workis renowned for the integrity she brings to the ancient roots of the yoga tradition translated into the West through her deep and active dedication to practice and scholarship. Her years of direct experience and practice on the mat are well-blended with a fresh and lively teaching style that has earned her the love and respect of countless yoga practitioners around the world.

For more information on Christina Sell please visit her website, www.livethelightofyoga.com

 

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Feb
20
to Feb 22

Divine Feminine: The Feminine Principle in Daily Life

Divine Feminine: The Feminine Principle in Daily Life

with Mary Angelon Young and Regina Sara Ryan

Regina Sara Ryan is a professional writer, writing coach and book editor. She is the author of The Woman Awake: Feminine Wisdom for Spiritual Life, Igniting the Inner Life, and Praying Dangerously. In her book Only God: A Biography of Yogi Ramsuratkumar, she presents the life of a hidden saint whose message is essential for our times. She has also written The Wellness Workbook, a guidebook for making life-affirming changes, and three other books in the areas of health and well-being. Since her initiation into religious life as a Catholic nun in the 1960s, Regina has made spiritual practice her focus. Since 1985 her workshops, in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, France and Germany, have been devoted to issues related to spiritual life. For twenty-six years Regina worked closely with her spiritual teacher, the American Baul master Lee Lozowick.

 

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Jan
16
to Jan 18

Aging in Grace and Beauty: The Divine Path of Growing Older

Aging in Grace and Beauty:
The Divine Path of Growing Older

with Mary Angelon Young and Regina Sara Ryan

Regina Sara Ryan is a professional writer, writing coach and book editor. She is the author of The Woman Awake: Feminine Wisdom for Spiritual Life, Igniting the Inner Life, and Praying Dangerously. In her book Only God: A Biography of Yogi Ramsuratkumar, she presents the life of a hidden saint whose message is essential for our times. She has also written The Wellness Workbook, a guidebook for making life-affirming changes, and three other books in the areas of health and well-being. Since her initiation into religious life as a Catholic nun in the 1960s, Regina has made spiritual practice her focus. Since 1985 her workshops, in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, France and Germany, have been devoted to issues related to spiritual life. For twenty-six years Regina worked closely with her spiritual teacher, the American Baul master Lee Lozowick.

 

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Sep
12
to Sep 14

The Divine Feminine

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The Divine Feminine

with Mary Angelon Young and Christina Sell

Christian Sell is an international yoga teacher and author of several books. Her workis renowned for the integrity she brings to the ancient roots of the yoga tradition translated into the West through her deep and active dedication to practice and scholarship. Her years of direct experience and practice on the mat are well-blended with a fresh and lively teaching style that has earned her the love and respect of countless yoga practitioners around the world.

For more information on Christina Sell please visit her website, www.livethelightofyoga.com

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Aug
15
to Aug 17

Writing as Spiritual Practice

Writing as Spiritual Practice

with Mary Angelon Young and Regina Sara Ryan

Regina Sara Ryan is a professional writer, writing coach and book editor. She is the author of The Woman Awake: Feminine Wisdom for Spiritual Life, Igniting the Inner Life, and Praying Dangerously. In her book Only God: A Biography of Yogi Ramsuratkumar, she presents the life of a hidden saint whose message is essential for our times. She has also written The Wellness Workbook, a guidebook for making life-affirming changes, and three other books in the areas of health and well-being. Since her initiation into religious life as a Catholic nun in the 1960s, Regina has made spiritual practice her focus. Since 1985 her workshops, in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, France and Germany, have been devoted to issues related to spiritual life. For twenty-six years Regina worked closely with her spiritual teacher, the American Baul master Lee Lozowick.

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