Vipassana Meditation and Mindfulness Practice

Vipassana and minfullness are the fundamental teachings in buddhist practice and philosophy. Vipassana meditation is the practice of seeing things as they are with moment to moment affectionate awareness in the present moment.  Through practicing this technique of meditation past, future and unskillful patterns of thinking can be uprooted to alleviate the unnecessary suffering caused by the untrained mind.

The Brahma Viharas and Music Therapy


The Brahma Viharas are the four divine abodes as taught by the Buddah which are karuna (wise compassion), mudita (empathetic joy), upeksha (equinimity) and metta (loving kindness).  By realizing and practicing these skillful mindstates we can uproot the ignorance that causes suffering.


The teachings of mindfulness, meditation, yoga, music therapy and shamanism were a major part of the foundation for the inspiration that created Anahata Ma.  I travel the world teaching and sharing these gifts freely by donation to help brothers and sisters bring peace, harmony and balance to body, mind and spirit. The purpose of these practices is to connect the mind back to the heart to discover the truth of well being within us and to omit this love towards all beings.




Yoga is the life practice of realizing oneness through purifying the body and mind.  It is the practice of unifying our head, heart and hands, our thoughts, emotions and actions. Yoga is ancient wisdom that dates back 10,000 years ago first appearing in vedic texts from India. Yoga is a Sanskrit word that means to join or to unify.  There are many paths of