Myth is story that gives life meaning. Personal myths are the stories of your own life—the stories that build and support how you view the world around you…and who you think
you are. The bones of your personal myth are the raw data—unbreakable and unchanging. These are the real and observable experiences that make up the
foundational details of your memories. When you are empowered, you know that you are the only one who can make meaning of this human experience. You awaken to your soul’s creative purpose. Allow me to introduce you to La Loba (the Wolf Woman). Like you, La Loba collects bones. She invites you to be a Soul Artist.
R.R. Shakti, Ph.D. invites you to be a Soul Artist. Weaving World Mythology with Yoga Psychology, she guides you home to your deepest wisdom. Shakti is a Mythologist—a dynamic storyteller and teacher’s teacher. She holds a Ph.D. in Mythology and Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Shakti infuses esoteric teachings with real-life meaning to create ritual that is both mystical and practical. Shakti is a Yoga Professor—with the foundations of her teachings in Yoga, Shambhala, and Psychology stemming from her undergraduate education at Naropa University. Her teachings call for radical authenticity and practical human engagement for an embodied experience of awakening to one’s inner power. In her dynamic workshops, Shakti combines ecological awareness, social service, and mind/body integration to offer an inspired message of peace and personal empowerment. Shakti is a Wellness Facilitator—a certified Yoga Therapist, Licensed Massage Therapist, and Ayurvedic Consultant, she has studied holistic approaches to wellness for nearly 20 years. Among her greatest inspirations, Shakti counts Sreedevi Bringi, Marion Woodman, and Pema Chödrön.