• ABOUT MUKTI
    ABOUT MUKTI

    ABOUT MUKTI

    Mukti’s name originates in Sanskrit and is most often translated as “liberation,” a term used in Vedanta and Buddhism much the way the term “salvation” is used in Christianity. Mukti has been the Associate Teacher of Open Gate Sangha since 2004 and has been a student of her husband, Adyashanti, since he began teaching in 1996, when they founded Open Gate Sangha together.

    Previously, Mukti was raised and schooled in the Catholic tradition and also studied the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda for over 20 years—two paths that have greatly informed her journeys into meditation, introspection, and prayer.

    She holds a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, a license in acupuncture, and a Hatha Yoga teaching certification. These backgrounds in body awareness and the healing arts, as well as her years of study with Adyashanti, largely inform her presentation style, her recommended inquiry methods, and her interest in the energetic unfolding of realization and embodiment.

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  • EXPLORE TEACHINGS
    EXPLORE TEACHINGS

    THE JOURNEY OF SPIRIT IN HUMANITY

    Our human journey of coming to know Spirit is made complete in the journey of Spirit coming to know and express itself in our human life and in our shared world. I welcome you to the teachings here, which are meant to facilitate these journeys and to further the union of human and Spirit natures, through processes of conscious realization and harmonization. . . .

    ~ Mukti

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  • FEATURED PROGRAM
    FEATURED PROGRAM

    Featured Program

    Inherent Power
    Engaging Potency in Spiritual Practice & Conscious Living
    Online Course

    How do you experience, define, and express power? What is it to recognize and to guide how power is experienced and expressed in ways both healthy and unhealthy, effectual and ineffectual—not only for one’s self but also for the whole? Join Mukti in examining and strengthening relationships to internal and external power, and in orienting spiritual practice toward direct knowledge of the ultimate source of power itself. View Mukti&r...MORE
Give greatly, simply:
your unbroken seeing,
your breathless attention
a gathering and release of your mind,
a sacrifice of your time to now,
and an offering of space to stillness.