7 responses to “Kitchen Sadhana”

  1. Loknath

    🙂

  2. Rajesh Kreisler

    Nice story Raven. It is so meaningful: to turn the mundane activities of the day into a spiritual practice! Opportunity to practice at every step. We love Karma Yoga!

  3. Carolyn

    Really enjoyed reading your experience of being a Kitchen Yogi. Karma Yoga has a new meaning for me now. I am impressed with not needing to feed your story of yourself by what you are doing. Thank you for sharing.
    Carolyn

  4. Julie

    Wise and beautiful words Raven!

  5. Alicia

    Wonderful to learn more of the experiences of Karma Yoga in the kitchen. I truly felt that all my food was prepared with love and purposeful intention while attending YTT. Thank you Raven!

  6. Raven

    Thanks for writing everyone! Great to ‘hear’ your voices…

    I’m glad you appreciate the writing… and i’m happy we’re taking up this practice together… yes Rajesh, the opportunity to practice at every step…

    peace everyone!
    r

  7. Georgia

    Thank you for the beautiful story about being present with the task you are doing, giving it your full attention and care, pouring your self fully into being present with it. Your story elequently expresses how peace is found in holding a present awareness, and reminded me of the joy of community living and service. Much love and gratitude…

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