Summer Solstice Celebration

June 21 at Noon ET

Join me for a 5-minute mantra practice, followed by self-reflective inquiry and conversation. 

The celebration will be recorded.

We respect your privacy. Your information will not be shared.

At this Summer Solstice, pause and be seen in the glistening sunlight. 

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I’m Rebecca Prien (Rama Devi), wisdom teacher and mystic, essayist and artist, attorney and business owner.

As the Summer Solstice has approached, I have witnessed something curious about myself:

I have an intimate, devotional and well-developed relationship with the Winter Solstice. It enchants me. I have for as long as I can remember had rituals of release and an enormous sense of wonder, awe and devotion at its power. I have a love of its hush. (You could say I’m a Kali and Shiva (destruction before rebirth, liberation) kind of yogi, and that would be true).

I do not have the same depth of relationship with (or even understanding of) the Summer Solstice. And yet, in irony: I am named after the energy of the focus, commitment, and consequent transformation characteristic of this height of the year.

And, so I began to wonder about deepening this relationship. (Curiosity is a most compelling spiritual path.)

  • What does the Summer Solstice have to teach me?
  • What is the work that longs to be done in the lightest, brightest part of the year?
  • Should I have already accomplished something if the light is again about to recede?

This is very last minute, but: Come find out with me?

Business (and life) flows so much easier (and wilder and more bountiful than we ever could have imagined) when we work according to natural rhythms and cycles.

These natural rhythms include a mid-point, a height of their crescendo.

Often we pass over it. We fail to honor the light, the energy, the work, and the progress. We do not allow ourselves to pause and be seen in the glistening sunlight. (This is what I began to notice about myself.)

And we miss so much. Resilience. Reward. Respect (for ourselves and nature). That would feed our souls and sustain our action.

Let’s mark and honor the light as powerfully and intentionally as we mark and honor the dark.

June 21 at NOON ET

We will do a simple mantra practice, followed by self-reflective inquiry and conversation.

We will use the sacred sanskrit sounds for Rama: the fire in your belly, your internal sun, the energy of the path of your soul itself.

Perfect for this directional, transformative part of the year and the creative cycle: focus, vigor, commitment. 

The celebration will be recorded.

We respect your privacy. Your information will not be shared.



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