Radharajani devi dasi


From her very birth, she has felt a strong inclination towards the arts and the spiritual path. She has always been guided by an universal vision that has allowed her to gain experience in various disciplines, sciences, and philosophies including Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Shamanism, Mysticism and Metaphysics. At the age of 21, she met her Indian spiritual teacher, Karina, in the Canary Island (2000). From this time, she, who had already been painting and writing for several years, learnt techniques to help her refine her creative gifts to reflect the inner search and create works from meditations, channelling and visions of the heart.

She then lived most intimately with Karina for two years and was later given the task of living, managing and teaching in her own “Temple of Light” in Fuerteventura, 2006-2008. During this time, she was initiated into the science of Kundalini Reiki meditation and visualization, and went on to integrate this mystical and metaphysical knowledge with the study of the Indian Vedic scriptures with the guidance of various Masters from 2002 as “Centro studi Bhaktivadanta” of Marco Ferrini. In the Indian tradition, she has worked with various methods of meditation, but has given particular sustained focus to the practice of Japa, Bhakti Yoga: the continuous recitation of mantras, including the singing of mantra with musical instruments.

For seven years, 2005-2012, she walked the way of Brahmachary (renunciate) living in ashrams of Vaishnava tradition in Italy, Spain and India (Vrindavana and Mayapur). For her was the most important and deep time in the spiritual path, living completely focus in the sadhana and in the service of others.

During this time, she received Brahmin initiation (diksha) in the way of Vaishnavism from Master Paramadvaiti Swami of Vrinda Institution and was given the name Radha Rajani devi dasi ( the one who serves the Queen of Love) in 2010.

From 2008, she has dedicated time to studying devotional music in Mayapur (West Bengal) learning harmonium and voice from the Gurukula’s teacher Dipranjan. Today she continues her studies in Mysore with her Hindustani musical teacher Rita Mukerjee, and Drupad with Virginia Nicoli (Samvad)

In 2011 she started to integrate the Yoga asana practice to balance the intensity of the meditation, find more balance between body, spirit and mind. She studied Hatha Yoga in Mysore, south India, first with Sergio Martinez and Marina Bergamin, receiving from them the basis of Yoga asana. She continued at the Atma Vikasa Yoga School with Acharya Venkatesh, where she attended the Teacher Training Course 2014.

Currently Radha dedicates her life sharing and teaching from her heart what she learnt providing a unique experience to those who are searching for a deep spiritual experience. She is giving programs of Yoga, meditation, mantra, kirtan, harmonium and voice, Vedic Philosophy and transformative inner work in India and all around the world together with her partner Emilio Dolcini.

Radharajani devi dasi (Italiano)


Fin dalla nascita scopre in sé un’ inclinazione verso  il cammino spirituale e una visione Universale che le ha permesso di fare esperienze in varie discipline, scienze, e filosofie come Cristianesimo, Induismo, Buddhismo, Sciamanesimo, Misticismo e Metafisica. Pittrice e scrittrice da oltre 20 anni dedica le sue opere alla ricerca interiore, frutto di meditazioni, visioni del cuore e canalizzazioni.

Le pratiche spirituali hanno inizio all’età di 20 anni alle Isole Canarie dove ha incontrato la sua maestra indiana Karina. Iniziata da Karina in Reiki Kundalini e visualizzazione meditativa, ha unito il sapere della scienza mistica e metafisica con lo studio delle scritture Vediche sotto la guida di vari maestri tra cui Marco Ferrini e altri maestri Indiani dal 2002.

Dal 2006 al 2008 ha vissuto, insegnato e gestito con la sua maestra il “Tempio di Luce- Mama mana mandir” di Fuerteventura.

Tra i vari metodi di meditazione, ha adottato quello della recitazione dei mantra, specie il canto dei Nomi Divini in sanscrito, con strumenti musicali e Japa. Ha percorso la via del Brahmachary (monaco rinunciante) per sette anni (2005-2012), vivendo in ashram in Italia, Spagna e India, focalizzando la sua vita nella sadhana e la ricerca spirituale.

 

Durante questo periodo ha ricevuto l’iniziazione Brahminica nella via del Vaisnavismo dal Maestro Paramadvaiti Swami dell’istituzione Vrinda.

Nel 2009 inizia il suo soggiorno in India  approfondendo la musica devozionale a Vrindavana, Mayapur e Mysore con i maestri Deepranjan e Mukerjee Mataji. Oggi approfondisce la tecnica di canto Drupad con Virginia Nicoli in Italia e Gundecha’s brothers a Bhoopal in India.

Nel 2011 inizia un percorso di Hatha Yoga a Mysore nella scuola Atma Vikasa col maestro Acarya Venkatesh dove ha partecipato al Corso Intensivo Istruttori (2014). Precedentemente ha studiato anche con Sergio Martinez e Marina Bergamin.

Attualmente studia un corso Master di Scienze Tradizionali dell’India con indirizzo “Psicologia delle emozioni” nell’accademia fondata da Marco Ferrini:

Centro Studi Bhakti Vedanata.

Si dedica alla diffusione del messaggio spirituale attraverso la Filosofia, Mantra, Kirtan e Yoga specialmente in India a Mysore nel periodo invernale, e in tutto il mondo con programmi, workshop, kirtan, classi private, ritiri e corsi istruttori, anche in collaborazione col suo compagno Emilio Dolcini: www.emiliodolciniyoga.com, e altri maestri di fama mondiale.

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