Devotional practitioner, translator, author, speaker and musician, Shyamdas (1953-2013) brought India’s ancient Vedic literature and medieval devotional renaissance to life in the West. An accomplished practitioner-scholar and guide to the 16th century philosopher Vallabhacharya’s Pushtimarga tradition, Shyamdas published more than 15 books on Bhakti Yoga and the Path of Grace. Shyamdasji’s overflowing good mood and ability to relate to every individual and situation with bhāva (divine, good mood) made him an instant best friend to so many. His profound contributions live on in their hearts, and in his audio and written publications. These teachings come from a 4 night gathering of his students and friends, in Woodstock New York, in August of 2012. The content will inspire your mind and heart, and leave you with a feeling that you have chosen just the right thing to listen to. Like his musical albums, you can hear love and devotion in his voice. He was a rare gem, a unique soul who showered a divine mood wherever he went, lingering after and now forever, as he has moved on to another realm and left us longing for his form, but knowing he is formless and supreme, and everywhere present.