A Practice for a New Conversation:
The Great Goddess of the Serpents
Mānasā, Durga, and the Sarpa-Drshti
We are searching for our voices and this “difficult going” does not leave us helpless or alone. We will learn a practice of the Great Goddess Durga, Difficult Going, called sarpa drishti, the “serpent’s vision” which takes us deeply into our places where we feel most vulnerable but also most resourceful and empowered. We will open that to that place where we can focus our rage, reach more deeply into empathy and inclusion, and take seriously the very real changes and threats before us.
Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits Offered
Dr. Douglas Brooks
Dr. Douglas Brooks is among the world’s leading scholars of Hindu Tantrism and the esoteric traditions of the Goddess. He is also a scholar of south Asian languages and the comparative study of religions. Currently, Dr. Brooks is Professor of Religion and Chair of Asian Studies at the University of Rochester, NY.
Dates & Times
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Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus
12701 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
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