Meditation
Weekly Meditation Groups

Sri Yantra

Explantion of Shri Yantra found on this page and in our meditation room.

The Sri Yantra may be meditated upon as a representation of the universe as macrocosm and the human body as microcosm. As a macrocosmic image, it represents the union of Consciousness and Energy, or the masculine and feminine divine principles that comprise all of creation. The four upward triangles represent Shiva, or the Divine Masculine, the return of divine power to the Source, and the five downward triangles represent Shakti, or the Divine Feminine, the descent of Spirit into matter. The interplay of Shiva/Shakti gives rise to forty-three triangles, which symbolizes the wholeness of existence. At the center of the yantra, the bindu, or seed-point, represents the still point of Supreme Consciousness - infinite divine potential with the power of manifestation at rest. As the individual soul is an expression of Supreme Consciousness, the yantra may also be viewed as the human temple of Spirit, where the bindu point expresses the devotee’s own being or consciousness.

 
 

SUNDAY MORNING MEDITATION

10:00-11:00 am Group Meditation and Teaching

11:00-11:30 Tea and Fellowship

 

MONDAY EVENINGS AT AWAKENING:

6:00-6:45 pm Group Meditation

 

THURSDAY AFTERNOONS AT AWAKENING

2:00-2:45 pm Meditation

2:45 - 3:30 Reflection on the Yoga Sutras

FRIDAY MORNING IN SOUTH COUNTY:

7:45 - 8:30 am

For the address or questions regarding South County meditation call 805-704-6316.  Ask for Molly Burke.   

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ALL WELCOME

Please join us!



We sit in meditation, in the quiet peace of mind that is our true nature. As we learn to become quiet--even for a moment--to be completely quiet, we find that all of our cares of the day--just in that moment- find a new perspective.

Our weekly meditation groups are an opportunity to deepen and strengthen your meditation practice. The collective energy of a group meditation offers support for individual meditation throughout the rest of the week.

Our one hour meditation begins with an invocation and chanting and includes silent sitting for approximately 20-25 minutes. Sunday mornings  includes a reading/teaching.  Thursdays includes a time for reflection on the Yoga Sutras.

Come experience the peace.