The path to living in harmony with Earth begins not with fixing the environment, but with fixing ourselves – specifically our perceptions about Earth. Our environmental and social problems (e.g., climate change, species extinction, environmentally-linked cancers, genocide, deforestation) are rooted in separation between ourselves and the environment. We need to see everything: Earth, Cosmos, Sun, Worm, Bee, as well as each other with “new eyes”. This workshop will explore how we can connect modern ecology and environmental activism with the teachings of yoga in a way that inspires contemplation and action.
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About the Speaker
Swami Omkarananda is an ordained interfaith minister and has been a renunciate yogini for nearly 30 years, having originally trained in Australia as a doctor and working as a psychiatrist. After 15 years with a yoga ashram in UK, she joined Sivananda Yoga and moved to California, where she is currently spiritual director of the Sivananda Yoga center in Marina del Rey.
Saturday, June 8 at 1:00pm to 6:00pm
University Hall, 3324
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045