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Shakti Rising: The Art of Doing Nothing

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CJ interviews Kavitha Chinnaiyan about her book “Shakti Rising”. Who is Shakti? What are the Mahavidyas in the nondual Tantric tradition? Who is the Goddess Dhumavati? What wisdom can she offer about our light and shadow self? What is the art of doing nothing?

Shakti Rising: MP3 Interview with Kavitha Chinnaiyan

Shakti Rising: YouTube Interview with Kavitha Chinnaiyan

About Kavitha Chinnaiyan

She began the Heal Your Heart Free Your Soul holistic prevention program in 2010, synthesizing the teachings of yoga, Vedanta, Ayurveda and tantra in a simple and systematic fashion as it applies to health and freedom from suffering. Making the teachings applicable and practical to daily life, she coaxes participants to examine the root cause of suffering and tread the path to freedom. Through weekend retreats, workshops and intensives, she provides the opportunities for in-depth exploration of the wisdom of these teachings.

She is an integrative cardiologist at Beaumont Health System and Associate Professor of Medicine at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in Royal Oak, Michigan. She has published extensively in cardiovascular imaging, leading national and international multicenter trials to establish the best practice and applications of these technologies. She has been featured in the “Best Doctors of America” and has served on several national and international committees. She has been a spokesperson for the American Heart Association and served as the co-chair of “Go Red for Women” sponsored by the American Heart Association. She has won several awards and grants for research in cardiology, and was awarded the “Seeker of Truth” award for her research endeavors. She appears often on local and national radio and television and routinely gives invited talks on cardiac imaging, heart disease in women, Ayurveda, medicine and spirituality, and yoga for heart disease.