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Founder Of RA MA Institute, Guru Jagat Has Passed Away



It has been confirmed on social media that the founder of RA MA Institute, Guru Jagat has sadly passed away. Guru Jagat was reported to have died on August 2 2021 after battling with Pulmonary Embolism (A blood clot that occurs in the Lungs, It damages part of the lung due to restricted blood flow.)

A post made yesterday on her official Instagram page requested prayers from the RA MA Global to Guru Jagat who has been battling with an ailment.

The Post Read Below:-

THANK YOU all for the tremendous outpouring of prayers, love, support, and strength. Your intention and practice are deeply felt through time and space. Together, we are helping to create and hold the space of healing and miracles needed for Guru Jagat right now.

What’s needed most right now is this – your most powerful and intentional prayers. And your practice- your diligent, steady, and most devotional practice.

A New Update Confirmed Guru Jagat Transition

A new update made by Wendy Silvers on Facebook confirmed that Guru Jagat has passed on. The post revealed she died in the early hours of today.

Beloved Prayer Warriors: UPDATE: Guru Jagat made her transition at 9:07 pm. Feeling sad and shocked. Thank you for your prayers. You’re so kind. Please continue to send prayers to her husband, family, and the RA MA team.

Who Is Guru Jagat? Few Things You Need To Know About Her!

Guru Jagat (Not her birth name) was a Kundalini teacher and CEO of 7 global businesses including the RA MA Institute for Applied Yogic Science and Technology with locations in Venice, California; Mallorca, Spain; and New York City.

Guru was also known as a writer and international thought leader. The bestselling author of Invincible Living: The Power of Yoga, The Energy of Breath, and Other Tools for a Radiant Life with translations in French, German and Russian, and the renegade host of the envelope-pushing podcast, Reality Riffing.

She founded the RA MA Institute in Venice in 2013 and since then has grown to a global figure. Jagat has used this fusion of ancient knowledge and digital-age lingo to attract a growing band of believers.

Jagat years back opened her own record label. The record label houses a compilation of RA MA Records, Volume 2, begins with a contemporary chant by Go Gobinday, who happens to be Jane Wiedlin of the Go-Go’s. The label is just one facet of Jagat’s vision for a global brand.

In 2017, she created the Aquarian Women’s Leadership Society, which has members in over 20 countries.

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