Yogini Shambhavi Devi

Yogini Shambhavi Chopra

Yogini Shambhavi Devi is one of the most important and dynamic women teachers of the deeper aspects of Yoga. Her teachings are rooted in the ancient teachings and traditions of Bhakti Yoga, Shakti Sadhana, Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology), Mantra Yoga and Ayurveda. Shambhavi has been honored with the Jyotisha Visharada by CVA for her insightful contributions and teachings in Vedic Astrology.

Yogini Ji is a mystic Yogini, spiritual guide and educator of ancient Vedic traditions and is noted for her clear, direct, and uncompromising expression, and her ability to inspire seekers from every walk of life. She unfolds the bliss of well-being through Vedic Upaya, ancient rituals, mantra and meditation, drawing one to the deeper ‘Yogic Reality’, awakening the universal Shakti power within us.

She is devoted to bringing the wisdom of the ancient Rishis alive in our contemporary times. Her teachings and guidance inspire one to experience and celebrate the Shakti path through jnana (wisdom), contemplation, sacred rituals, Devi Sadhana and mantra chanting.

Yogini Ji holds the ancient Hindu Shakti yogic spiritual lineage which is Devi Shakti Tantra. With the grace and blessings of many revered Gurus and the guiding force of Sri Guru Sivananda Murty and Pandit Vamadeva Shastri’s Guru-Jnana, she has been teaching and focusing on spirituality in daily life engaging in spiritual and humanitarian teachings and projects worldwide.

More information can be found on http://vedanet.com/

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