Connect with the Online Bhakti Community
Pranada Comtois is the author of the Exploring Bhakti site. She has a newsletter, offers a free eCourse for her first book Wise-Love, and reading groups for all her books (click on her name to be taken to her site).
Hari-kirtana das is a bhakti-yoga teacher, author, mentor, and speaker. He regularly offers online workshops, live and self-paced courses, and modules for yoga teacher training programs. His spiritual community is vibrant and welcoming.
Urban Devi is a community of women founded by Rukmini Walker who gather to explore and excavate their identities as urban women living the spiritual life. Rukmini has a newsletter that offers a variety of ways to connect with her.
The Bhakti Center has many online trainings, workshops, and courses. They also have regular retreats. Their RISE program is of special interest to people who want to build friendships in a spiritual community.
Wisdom of the Sages is a daily, live podcast that discusses “truths about life from the timeless wisdom of the Bhakti-yoga tradition; fun, relevant, and deep. Hear about dharma, yoga, bhakti, and how it relates to all the basic questions of life. This show is about how to live your best life, let go of the external distractions, and uncover the spiritual happiness that lies within the heart as the true nature of the soul.”
Bhakti Talks with Nightlight Astrology’s Acyuta-bhava Das is a wonderful resource for learning about the philosophy and practice of Bhakti-yoga. Storytelling, interviews, and special Q&A episodes – of particular interest for anyone who wants to know more about the connection between Bhakti-yoga and astrology.
BhaktiWise is the online home of Loka and Vidarbha, a bhakti-yoga couple who lead a vibrant spiritual community and offer courses and workshops on yoga philosophy and mantra meditation.
Jahnavi Harrison creates sacred music of the bhakti kirtan genre. On her Patreon page she writes, “For twelve years now I have been blessed with the opportunity to serve through my artistic offerings. It’s a calling that I wish to pursue in whatever way possible for the rest of my life.
I believe that now, more than ever, the world needs the healing, purifying vibration of the Divine names, and all kinds of art inspired by devotion.”
Acuyta Gopi is the author of the award winning book, Prema Mala, a Grammy nominated artist, kirtan singer, meditation enthusiast, and aspiring Vedic historian. For nearly 20 years she has been sharing her kirtans with the world. Her kirtans have often been described as powerful, energetic, and packed with feeling that can transport the soul to a divine realm.
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