Guided meditation from the monk arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge

Dada Pranakrishnananda protesting at Occupy Wall Street Hey Yoga Man

Dada Pranakrishnananda protesting at Occupy Wall Street































Dada (means brother) Pranakrishnananda – said Prana, Krishna, Ananda – was arrested the other day on the Brooklyn Bridge with the Occupy Wall St. protesters.  He is out there advocating for a more just society, one where each individual can pursue spiritual development while having basic needs met.  Our society was aspiring to that when Franklin Roosevelt was president and he talked about a 2nd bill of rights.  Right now, our corporate run America does not aspire to that.  The 99 percent can change this.  Here is Dada Prana’s guided meditation for the protesters.

Dada Prana guided meditation

Namaskar,

Shiva

Brooklyn Bridge Dada Prana Arrest Hey Yoga Man

NYPD Arrests Dada Prana while meditating at the Brooklyn Bridge Occupy Wall St. protest

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About sordog1

Shiva Steve Ordog is a Yoga Instructor certified by Yoga Alliance - RYT 200, a Thought Field Therapy Practitioner (TFT-Algo) and a Zen practitioner. He is the author of a book on meditation, mindfulness, and yoga called "Hey, Yoga Man!: Yoga Practices for Everyday Life from a Prison Yoga Practice"
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2 Responses to Guided meditation from the monk arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge

  1. Namaskar Brother! Your blog is amazing 🙂 Not only this postgives a lot of inspiration. Thank you!

  2. sordog1 says:

    Namaskar to you to brother! Wonderful to know you.

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