Kaivalya is the sanskrit word for “surrender and solidity”
The utmost supreme state of being free from ignorance and allowing freedom of your being. Kaivalya’s three pillars are connection, compassion, and community as we believe these are the fruits for a real, authentic life.
Compassion (Sanskrit: Karuna) is at the heart of yoga and meditation. It is an aspiration, to free all from suffering. We are not separate from others. We all share the same longing for love, connection, community, and happiness which is our Divine Spirit. Compassion calls us to feel our kindred spirit with all of life. Their suffering is ours. Realizing that we all suffer together, the ego softens and we feel more One with all that is.
"Sangha" is a Sanskrit term that means "community". Being part of a healthy, engaging community gives us a sense of belonging and connection. It allows us to share personal relatedness and perpetuates growth within our being. The Sangha inspires us to look beyond our immediate problems and see that there is a shared path toward liberation. The energy of the sangha acts as a foundation for our practice and helps us resolve our suffering.
By cultivating a sense of wholeness inside our bodies through the practice of yoga and meditation, we begin to experience a sense of belonging in ourselves. by having a felt sense of belonging, we begin to experience peace. When there is peace within ourselves, there is peace within our community.
Connection can relate to many things - connection to self, the connection within the community, and the connection to country (Mother Earth). To deepen our roots in connection, we must first find peace within ourselves. We hope that our retreats foster an environment for greater insight into your true self. Kaivalya hopes to build a tribe of life-long, genuine, authentic friendships where we can become vulnerable and open with each other.
Together we are stronger.
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