April 14th and 15th

The Sacred Art of Reclaiming: Become the Wholeness You Art

As human beings, we each go through an awakening process. We realize that we must stop striving, competing or proving our self-worth. In this process, we can learn to retrieve the discarded or abandoned aspects of ourselves.

Once we understand that we have the power to reclaim and evolve ourselves, we can then realize the essential light within. We engage the shining heart-force of our own elemental wholeness to clear away old patterns of trauma or pain. Through this reclaiming, we access self-worth. We remember the self. We become whole, and in this wholeness, we become free.


Participants are also invited to register and pay separately for a celebration of Ma’s lineage that includes a Vedic Fire Ceremony, Temple visit and Chai/Lunch in Swami Jaya Devi’s backyard on Sunday morning.

FRIDAY 6:30-9:00pm
Spiritual Teaching and Meditation with Swami Jaya Devi

10:00-11:30am - Yoga
1:00-4:30pm - Spiritual Teaching and Meditation with Swami Jaya Devi


(Included with Kali and Bhakti Memberships)



Ma's Mahasamadhi Celebration (in person) with Acharya Swami Jaya Devi and Swami Agni Ma

(This event is for immersion participats only)

Sunday morning of the The Sacred Art of Reclaiming Immersion will culminate in a traditional Vedic fire puja ceremony where we will burn away what we no longer need to connect to the radiant awareness that actually lives inside us. The inner radiance that is us. This special fire puja, which honors Ma's Mahasamadhi, will be held in Swami Jaya Devi's private backyard at the dhuni Ma visited each time she came to the Atlanta ashram. Following the puja, we will open Swami Jaya Devi's private Smashan Kali Temple (which has rarely been opened to the public) and Ma's puja for participants to visit and receive prasad. Following the puja, we will also spend time at the dhuni fire telling stories of the transformational experiences and experiences of Ma. The celebration will end with chai and lunch in Swami Jaya Devi's backyard.