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Introducing Rahma Kushtana

Rahma KushtanaI am so grateful to be part of Sue Ellam’s Soulfully Connecting project.

Spirituality is the thread that joins the world together once we remember that this is so. It is a daily part of my life as I live in a small spiritual school in Europe that lives following the guidance of Sat Tony Samara.

We are fortunate to have daily satsang each morning Monday to Friday and again on Sunday evenings. We spend our day focused on a karma yoga schedule that allows for us to put aside the mind, and to the best of our abilities immerse ourselves totally in the selfless services that we are to perform.

I am also a mother of 4 children who are predominantly home-schooled … so my main area of karma yoga (with the help of some of the others here) is to assist them with their education. The children are 4,8,12,and 16 and have such various interests that I spend a lot of time seeking to find activities that will allow them to blossom into vital and valuable spiritual human beings.

I was born in New Zealand, grew up in Australia and moved to Europe about 17 years ago.

The satsang that I mention above are an invaluable possibility and perhaps you would also find the teachings of Tony Samara very interesting. He really is the outer guru that I was seeking for most of my younger days.

Wishing you a beautiful day.

 

Rahma Kushtana
Editor, Tony Samara Books

 

By the way, if you have 15 minutes this meditation has been created specifically for these times of transformation upon us now and if more people can practice this meditation daily then I believe we can change the future. Although it has simplicity this meditation is highly significant.

 

 

 

Spirituality is the thread that joins the world together once we remember that this is so. It is a daily part of my life as I live in a small spiritual school in Europe that lives following the guidance of Tony Samara. We are fortunate to have daily satsang each morning Monday to Friday and again on Sunday evenings. We spend our day focused on a karma yoga schedule that allows for us to put aside the mind, and to the best of our abilities immerse ourselves totally in the selfless services that we are to perform.

 

 

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