Molly Lannon Kenny

Karma, Yoga and Right Livelihood


Categorie(s): Health and Wellness,

When: Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Time: 6:45 to 7:45 am PST

In this workshop, we will look at some common principles of Karma from both a Buddhist and a Yogic viewpoint. We will explore the dynamics of poverty and abundance, and address how they translate into all we do, including how we work or operate a business.

We will explore some of the pervasive ideas that contribute to a “poverty” mentality, which creates an atmosphere of fear and wanting, and learn how to instead create and cultivate a mentality of abundance and trust. We will look at real-life examples of successful businesses that are built on the principle of abundance, and specifically study the “long view” of Karma that invites us to step away from an expectation of immediate reward and instead develop

trust in ourselves, the Universe, and our work. Participants will learn specific, practical tools to use in developing an existing or future business, and be inspired to move into a new way of working – one that creates space, joy, trust, and – yes – more money!

Speaker Bio: Molly Lannon Kenny, MS-CCC, is a nationally recognized innovator, researcher and educator in the field of yoga-based therapy, and one of the nation’s leading experts in neurophysiology and yoga. Read full bio »