Welcome to The Hridaya Podcast: Living with an Open Heart, where we share conversations about the non-dual teachings, Self-Inquiry, and how to integrate daily life into spirituality. Each episode features two Hridaya Yoga teachers connecting on a topic that is meaningful to them.

In this episode, Blanca Amezcua and Claudiu Vaduva discuss sexual trauma.

Originally from Mexico, Blanca Amezcua first discovered the Hridaya teachings in 2015. Ever since, she has been through a profound process of transformation that has awakened her longing for Truth and led her to develop a deep practice of yoga and meditation. Blanca is currently part of the teaching team at our center in Mexico. She is also the founder of a project called “El Corazón Espiritual” (“The Spiritual Heart”), which inspires people to begin the search for their Essential Nature, offering information, classes, and workshops through digital platforms and social media networks.

Since 2005, Claudiu Vaduva has dedicated his life to spiritual matters; this came as a culmination of many intersecting circumstances and tributary interests cultivated since childhood. In 2007, he met Sahajananada, and in 2011, he joined the Hridaya Yoga mission. When involved in teaching, whatever the topic he shares has a single-pointed direction: a rallying towards our essence, which he believes to be of utmost importance for humanity—that shift towards freedom.

With centers in Longeval, France, and Mazunte, Mexico, Hridaya Yoga offers accessible yoga and meditation retreats that help people in search of meaning discover their inner Self and experience love, self-confidence, freedom, and joy of a life lived from the Heart.

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