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Season 2 - Episode 3

The Gunas

10 min - Talk
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Trust yourself and your own experience. Kelly unpacks the qualities and energies of the Gunas: Tamas, Rajas, and Sattva, and how they relate to us in our daily lives.
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Feb 02, 2016
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Oh my goodness, Kelly you've done it again!

You've made the Gunas real to me in my life, here, with kids, and study, and life.

I loved this talk, and will listen a few times to really soak up your wisdom.

Thank you!
Sweet Sara! Thank you so much. So happy to be practicing together here and that this video resonated!!
LOVE!
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Dear Kelly! How wonderful an explanation!! I have been looking, seeking for a way to comprehend what the gunas are ever since I first came across them more than a decade ago. And every description given about them i have found were steeped in egoic undertones, until I finally gave up my search. But I was thinking about Shiva today and after a short meditation, i found your video! Thank you for finding the essence of the gunas. it resonates so well that it feels more like truth to me than any other descriptions i have come across. Thanks for bringing light to a decade-long search!
I had to come back to write again, I wrote my earlier comment half-way through the video, not knowing, you also had a similar experience to mine, 'the click' that's what this feels like. I'm so happy I stumbled on this page today! Blessings to you always!
Dear Shangkari, Thank you so much for watching this video and so very much for sharing your insights. I am positively delighted that this resonated! The CLICK-- it's huge, isn't it? That moment where *information* transits from knowledge to full, embodied wisdom! I am so happy you came back to share. Happy to be here in practice together. Blessings to you!
All goodness, Kelly
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What you're describing and these changing phases comes as a timely reminder for me  (while I am in this the mad frantic to find the pace, rhythm, having just started to study a new field)... thanks for your beautiful words :) 
Wenlin, Thank you for being here and for sharing your experience. That scramble to adapt is such a familiar feeling. So happy this talk resonated. 
Kindly, Kelly

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