What is an example of spiritual austerity, and what can you do to enhance your personal spiritual practice?
A live-webinar on Tapasvi Yoga, with Visti Larsen.
Mark your calendars for a live workshop with Visti on the topic of Tapasvi Yoga. It'll be taking place on Sunday, June 19th, at 1 pm CET/ 7 am EST/ 4:30 pm IST. If you cannot be there live, don't worry, the webinar recording will be available to you on our course page the following day. Registration link is available inside the course.
Tapasvi Yoga: lit. practising austerities, an ascetic. Tapasvat: lit. one who is burning or hot.
Spiritual practitioners note in unison how their spiritual practices of meditation or mantra, despite silent and immobile, leads to increase in heat and thirst. This burning of the practitioner is the practice of penance or austerity wherein an inner heat increases causing a heated or burning sensation. This is the state of a Tapasvin.
You will learn:
- Who is a Tapasvin?
- What forms Tapasvi Yoga, and its variations?
- How to improve your Tapasya?
- What are the drawbacks in spiritual practices?
In addition to the audio-presentation, you will inside the course find additional bonus material in the form of a Q&A forum and the presented slides.
Visti is a student of Pt. Sanjay Rath and part of the Jyotish tradition of Śrī Achyutānanda Das of Kaliñga (Orissa). A tradition originating from the Pancha Sakha of Śrī Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. His study of the traditional Vedic knowledge has enabled him to further others in their study of Vedic Astrology through courses both online and in-person.
He has been a professional and practicing astrologer since 2004, and sees clients horoscopes on a daily basis. His experience enables him to portray the pitfalls and shortcuts to better horoscope analysis, which he also displays in the teachings and lessons he shares.
Visti holds the titles of Jyotiṣa Pandita and Jaimini Scholar, and is the custodian of the Mahaṛṣi Jaimini Upadeśa Sūtras.