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The Early Yield of the 40 Day Practice

One of the many things I notice when I am inconsistent with my meditation is that it takes me about twenty minutes to slog through the distractions and unconscious inattention to get to the clear, calm state of concentration. 718 more words

THE EIGHT LIMBS OF YOGA

I find myself going back to The Eight Limbs each time I speak of how captivated I am by the practice of yoga. The beauty of yoga lies in its all-encompassing reach to life – penned in The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, speaking of an eightfold path to a meaningful and purposeful life. 575 more words

Life

Self Possession,Soul Retrieval and Concentrating the Life Force with the Habit of Practice

With all the demands and busy-ness of life it is easy for us to get scattered in so many different directions. Our focus and concentration can get dissipated to such an extent that we begin to feel a loss of inner balance. 614 more words

Technological Challenges & Yoga

Recently, I found out I have not been getting hundred’s of voicemails on my cell phone for many, many months. Since this is my only phone and my business number, I was upset and concerned as to people that may have thought me rude, leaving me a voicemail (they hear my message and could leave one, I just never got them) and me never calling them back. 397 more words

Yoga

The Eight Limbs of Yoga

Most of us are familiar with the physical side of yoga, known as Asana, but very few know that all together yoga comprises of Eight Limbs. 441 more words

Yoga

PRANA SHAKTI

PRANA SHAKTI
 

Prana Shakti is the esoteric technique energy rooted in mystical traditions ancient Tibet, and is part of the Meditation Shamballa, which is a technique of meditation to enter the space of pure consciousness known as Shamballa, Shangri-La, or point of Samadhi. 117 more words

Intermediate: Perfect

This meditation was sublime. There are few words to type.

Alignment provides integration. Integration of all of our aspects and dimensions of consciousness, mind, awareness, and sentient response ensure that our fullness can be experienced and lived from. 43 more words

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