Anahata: The Unstruck Sound of Love

Saturday, Feb 9,  2 – 4 pm
Free

What is Love? A feeling, a choice—or something else entirely? Is God love? By exploring this unknowable question from an array of perspectives, we’ll contemplate the wisdom of the body, seek the guidance of ancient yoga texts, ponder the modern discoveries of physics and wonder at the universal expressions of the heart found in poetry, pros, and scripture.

Come and lend your own viewpoint to this 3 hour seminar offered by Rev. Michael Gadway and Kellye Abernathy. We will spark an open-hearted conversation about the many possibilities of Love and the possibilities love offers for spiritual and psychological growth.

 

 

 

Reverend Michael Gadway began his spiritual studies with Roy Eugene Davis in 1988 and was ordained by him into the Kriya Yoga tradition in 2003. He has made a profound examination of the Vedic sciences including Ayurveda and Vedic Astrology with Dr. David Frawley, and an intense study of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, The Bhagavad Gita, Samkhya Philosophy, and The Upanishads under the guidance of Roy Eugene Davis. He has taught truth principles and the liberating science of Kriya Yoga and Yoga Psychology for the last 15 years. He has authored 2 books including The Yoga of Healing and The Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali, The eightfold Path to Liberation. He is currently working on his third book, The Kriya Yoga of Patanjali, The Art and Science of Self Realization.

 

Kellye Abernathy is a former business executive, a yoga and meditation teacher, career coach and an ally/ advocate for a holistic mentoring program for women and children at Project Hope, part of The Storehouse of Collin County. Kellye celebrates all spiritual paths that lead to a greater devotion to God and a commitment to right thought and action in daily living. She believes in the connecting power of the body, the expansive power of the mind and the unlimited healing power of the soul. She loves to learn and imagine—and hopes to always stay open and curious!

 

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