Lakshmi Devi Sadhana (3-part series)

Lakshmi is the brightness of day and the expansiveness of teeming life. She can be found in rich soil and flowing waters, in streams and lakes that teem with fish. Lakshmi is growth, renewal, sweetness.

- Sally Kempton

Lakshmi Devi Sadhana (3-part series)

With Laura Amazzone

While most worship Lakshmi for outer wealth and success, the Yogin, Tantric practitioner, and/or devotee worships Lakshmi for the wealth of spiritual knowledge and wisdom She imparts along with Her worldly blessings of beauty, joy, and abundance.

In this 3-part workshop, Laura will teach an authentic Lakshmi Sadhana utilizing Tantric methods such as mantra, meditation, guided visualization and ritual practices to worship, invoke and embody Lakshmi. Through lineage teachings, practice and direct experience, explore how Lakshmi’s qualities, attributes, tools and mythology relate to and enhance your own life. You will receive practices you can perform to Lakshmi for your own personal Lakshmi Sadhana, and learn how to sustain and deepen your connection to this aspect of Consciousness and, ultimately, yourself.

Through the support of community, learn to quiet your mind, open your heart, and come into contact with your authentic nature as Divine.

All levels of practitioners are welcome.


You are welcome to participate online remotely via Zoom. Please enroll via the link below and contact to get set up.

Workshop Details

Saturday, May 11th

Saturday, June 15th

Saturday, July 27th

1:30pm – 4:00pm


While we prefer you to participate in person, you are welcome to join remotely for any or all of the sessions via Zoom.



Space is limited; reserve your spot now!
Registration closes at midnight Friday, May 10.
Walk-ins and same-day registration not available.

Note that 50% of the price is non-refundable in the event of cancellation. 

About Laura Amazzone


Laura Amazzone, M.A. is a teacher, priestess, intuitive healer, and yogini. She is the author of the award-winning book, “Goddess Durga and Sacred Female Power.” Laura has been initiated into Shakta, Kaula, Trika, and Shri Vidya lineages over the past two decades. Her first teacher within the Shakta traditions was Amarananda Bhairavan, author of “Kali’s Oddiya.” Today she studies closely with Master Yogini adept and Shri Vidya lineage holder Sri Uma-Parvathi Nath Saraswati.Laura’s teaching and writing primarily focuses on the history and ritual practices of the Shakta & Sri Vidya Tantric traditions; however, she also enjoys sharing her depth of knowledge on Goddesses from cultures around the world. In 2001 she received a Master’s in Women’s Spirituality from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Laura’s work has been strongly influenced by Vicki Noble and other feminist spirituality foremothers. She has published articles on Goddess in numerous journals, anthologies, and encyclopedias. Laura offers a diverse array of teachings, rituals, spiritual practices, pilgrimages and retreats that promote spiritual empowerment and divine embodiment.