-by Rukmini Walker Recently, women political leaders have been competing in the televised presidential debates. Including Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, who is a devotee of Krsna. What gifts can a woman bring to the table? Any table! The dinner table, political arena, in religion, in business, in finance, in law, in agriculture, in education… Bhakti yogis […]
Below is an offering from Denise Mihalik from Sound Awakenings as an inspiration for your Day! ~ All the best, Rukmini As much as I encourage and teach others to breathe, I often forget to do this myself when doing yard work. I get into a zone and just go, go, go until I can go no […]
My sister, Susan, is a Five Elements acupuncturist. She and her artist husband, George, live in Central Coastal Maine. Living, as they do, so close to Nature and her changing seasons is always an example to me, as I live my life as a much more urban person. Susan’s meditations on the changing seasons have […]
Meet Divya Alter, the chef/author of “What to Eat for How You Feel: The New Ayurvedic Kitchen” cookbook. We visit her restaurant Divya’s Kitchen in NYC’s East Village to learn the basics of how to eat for how you feel. Click here or on the video below.
I wanted to share with you a quick preview from “The Trees Want To Tell Their Story”, with Jagattarini Dasi, Artistic Director at The Sacred India Gallery. Jagattarini is busy in Vrindavan gathering material for this upcoming project. In this video Jagattarini Dasi shares with us the mysterious pilu trees at a very special place known as […]
Jahnavi — Sound of a Sacred River — a short film from bhaktivedanta on Vimeo. This short film was made in Russia in October 2015, by a small team of filmmakers who are passionate about sharing the culture of bhakti yoga with the world. It was shot on location in Moscow and Sochi and profiles […]