In the higher ages, the rishis established the four ashrams of life as a way to cure societal ills. There were the Students (age 0-24); the Householders (24-48); the Forest Dwellers (48-72); and the Sannyasi (72-120). Take a journey with Nischala Cryer, co-founder of Ananda University, as we explore what the higher ages might bring. Includes college tours in India, Egypt, Europe, and Peru. Some topics of the webinar are drawn from her new book, The Four Stages of Yoga: How to Lead a Fulfilling Life comes out April 15, 2018. More information on nischalacryer.com.
Nischala Cryer is an author, co-founder of Ananda University, and a former journalist and creative director who traded corporate life for spiritual community. When asked about life she says that young people and college students often know more than their teachers. A Kriya yogi for over 33 years, she resides at the Ananda Meditation Retreat, which she directed with her husband for many years. She is author of The Four Stages of Yoga: How to Lead a Fulfilling Life (April, 2018, Crystal Clarity Publishers); and Reflections on Living 30 Years in a Spiritual Community. Follow her blog, Kriya Yoga Wilderness.