Rasa Lila, A Feminine Path to God

This book explores this deep transcendent relationship to the Divine Beloved that we all have within us. It traces the rise of Matriarchy, the role of the Goddess, the feminine body, mind and spirit relationship; and suggests practices for self realization through this feminine path. It delves into Bhakti and Tantra, exploring how these ancient paths unlock the feminine within each of us. More
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About Maetreyii Ma

Maetreyii Ma, Megan Nolan Ph.D. has been doing yogic meditation and bringing through a loving Divine presence and spiritual knowledge from source for many years and compiling the teachings in books. In addition to being an author, Maetreyii Ma is a licensed psychologist with a doctorate in Transpersonal Psychology, a teacher of yogic philosophy and ancient wisdom, an ERYT 500 Yoga Teacher, and an ordained Yogic minister, or Acharya.

She is the founder and past president of Ananda Seva Mission, a nonprofit yogic community, and former co-director of and teacher in the Ananda Seva Yoga Teacher Training Certification Programs and the Yoga Therapy Certification Training. Maetreyii Ma was also a former director of the Spiritual Emergence Network and a founding member of the Kundalini Research Network.

Dr. Nolan is currently the president of Ananda Gurukula, a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the wisdom teachings of Yoga and a psychologist in private practice. She currently spends her time in private practice as a psychologist, giving ‘Baba Talks’, teaching and making books of these beautiful discourses. She resides with her family in their ashram community in the Northern San Francisco Bay area where she serves as the spiritual director.

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