Rohini reads her poem “turn and look” and then invites students to turn inward for a short period of meditation.
Rohini reads her poem “our choice”.
Drawing on tantric scriptures and the teachings of her Guru, Swami Muktananda, Rohini lays out a clear exposition of what it means to be with your experience, let whatever comes up from that experience come up without judgment, and function appropriately.
Rohini reads her poem “dislocated” before leading a few minutes of meditation.
Rohini reads her poem “threat recognition,” and then leads a few minutes of silent reflection.
Rohini reads her poem “road block” and then leads a few minutes of meditation and silent reflection.
Rohini leads a short meditation for all participants to work toward inner stillness.
Rohini reads her poem “consequences,” and then shares a few minutes of silent meditation and reflection, so we can inwardly be with and support those around the world struggling to breathe, whatever the reason.
After reading her poem “re-cognize,” Rohini shares a story about a powerful experience of re-cognition shared by two Jewish mystics.
Rohini explains how all human conflict and hate are rooted in the dichotomizing activity of the intellect.