he Yoga of the Spiritual Heart is based upon traditional spiritual principles and visions from classical yoga based on Patanjali’s Sutras, Advaita Vedanta , Tantra and Shaivism. They are correlated with teachings from Sufism, Christianity , Buddhism and Taoism.
Hridaya meditation and Hatha yoga centers the entire practice from The Spiritual Heart. The Spiritual Heart is both the transcendent and the immanent Reality of any and all aspects of the macrocosm. It is the ultimate essence of everything there is.
Hridaya meditation is a culmination of meditation techniques that anchor in the awareness of the Spiritual Heart and to help reveal our fundamental reality. Various indications are offered during the meditation to help guide our attention to rest in our pure presence, our witness consciousness that is the stillness beyond our mental dialogue.
The teachings are greatly inspired by Ramana Maharishi , a great Jnana Yogi of India. He used a method of self enquiry, asking the question ‘Who am I’. This question is often asked during meditation and daily life to help transcend the personality thus realizing the essence of who we really are. The more we experience this realization the more we free ourselves from suffering and limitation.
Hridaya Hatha Yoga is a physical expression of the meditation and is also practiced with an awareness of the chakra system.
Radasi graduated as a Hridaya Meditation and Hatha Yoga teacher in May 2011 following the 500 hour accredited teacher training course & four years of extensive participation in Hridaya retreats. She has since held retreats & classes in New Zealand & the U.K & Thailand.