Show Notes


Episode 2: KrysTAL KINNUNEN



Krystal’s respect for sexuality as sensual, natural and sacred – is empowering and inspiring. We discuss how honoring the Sacred Feminine means especially valuing the innate power and wisdom of woman’s mind, body and soul, as well as appreciating the “feminine” qualities in all of us. From a planetary level, it means respecting and healing our Mother Earth and waters.

Show Notes:

Yoni |

Yeye Omileye | Recognized by Dalai Lama |

Lake Titicaca |

Despacho Ceremony |

Nusta | is a nature goddess representing archetypal feminine energies in Andean cosmology.

Rusalka | According to Vladimir Propp, the original "rusalka" was an appellation used by pagan Slavic peoples, who linked them with fertility and did not consider rusalki evil before the 19th century. They came out of the water in the spring to transfer life-giving moisture to the fields and thus helped nurture the crops. |

Kundalini Yoga Library of Teachings |

Kundalini Research Institute |

Fist of Anger Kundalini Yoga |

Cold depression | Cold depression was called the “silence of the soul” by Yogi Bhajan.  It’s when you become numb to yourself and are not even aware of your non-feeling state.  You feel separated from your soul and cannot feel the vital life force energy moving through you. |

Other Resources:

1.      Suzannah Tebbe Davis |

2.      Ellen Kittredge |