Rohini reads her poem, “No Love,” which is about how delusion always ends in its own destruction, and Love, which is God’s nature, always prevails.
Rohini reads her poem “Surrendering to Win,” which is about how a true warrior’s ability to dissolve and resolve conflict arises from nonattachment.
Rohini invites her students to share their ideas about their best qualities, and creates fourchotomies around those traits so the students can own, master, and transcend them.
Rohini reads her poem “Performance” which speaks to individuality and Love that dissolves it.
Drawing on Yoga Sūtras 4.3, Rohini explains how, though external causes may seem to drive our reactions, in truth they only create openings for tendencies within us to come out, and we can immunize ourselves through owning those tendencies and achieving nonattachment.
On the anniversary of Baba’s mahasamadhi, Rohini reads her poem “Muktananda’s Gift,” which is dedicated to her Guru.
Rohini discusses the nature and importance of Kundalini, and the necessity of both self effort and Grace.
Rohini reads and discusses her poem “Cruel Pleasure,” which speaks to the choice between Love and one’s “normal” way of operating, which is about power and control.
Rohini reads her short poem titled “Dissolution,” which recounts her Guru’s grace.
Rohini reads a poem she wrote to her Guru, Swami Muktananda Paramahamsa, in honor of Guru Purnima 2018. For more videos and lessons, sign up for a free or paid subscription.