Living Your Awakening in Every Moment
One Day Intensive with Amoda Maa

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Sponsored by the Sacramento Valley Awakening to Spirit Group

Many people yearn to evolve out of the egoic paradigm of conciousess, and many have already experienced an awakened state. And yet true peace and spiritual fulfillment are all too commonly still elusive. This one day intensive is an opportunity to dive deeper into the inquiry as to what stands in the way of living your awakening in every moment. Amoda Maa invites you to meet the full depth and breadth of your human experiece with courage and tender honesty, and offers guidance about the process of awakening and its embodiment from mind to heart to belly. There will be time for silent and guided meditation, discourse, and, questions and answers.

Amoda Maa will be accompanied by her husband and beloved, Kavi, who will support the guided meditation with his ambient guitar music.

Amoda Maa is a contemporary spiritual teacher, author, and speaker. After years of spiritual seeking, meditation, and immersion in psychospiritual practices, an experience of the dark night of the soul led her to a profound inner awakening. Then, after a long period of integration, she began speaking from silence in small gatherings. She offers meeting and retreats, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and events, attracting spiritual seekers and people looking for peace and fulfillment in an increasingly chaotic world. Her teachings are free of religion and tradition, and she brings to them a deep understanding of the human journey, born out of her own experience.

Amoda's newly released book Embodied Enlightenment (New Harbinger, June 2017) is based on her vision for humanity and the conversations on the cutting edge of spiritual inquiry in her meetings with people from all around the world. She is also author of Radical Awakening (Watkins, 2015) and Change Your Life, Change Your World (Watkins 2012). To learn more, visit

Suggested donation of $90 but pay what you can.
Contact Deborah Cohen to register: or call or text 707-301-0252