He knows and acknowledges his limitations so he could willingly and easily get detached from this euphoric experience. Beyond this is not wise. He needs to go back for him to share this beautiful spiritual journey.
The following lessons, which all come from my practice, will help you develop strength and mobility, coordination and awareness of the breath patterns as you flow and move. These skills, which at first, shall benefit you physically, will be ingrained into your nervous system.
In this collection of lessons about meditation, I am sharing with you the powerful experience of Samadhi. The techniques I share here come from direct experience, most of them I filmed right after Samadhi itself. These are powerful techniques for spiritual healing and protection.
The efficacy of these methods lies on the precept that we are all living a healthy lifestyle, keeping a harmonious interaction with people and nature, regular health checks with a medical professional, and nurturing the mind and the heart with a spiritual guide.
Theta promotes better learning. As our physical connection decreases at this state of consciousness, our minds become more attune to the electrical vibrations and energetic signals coming from the inner body and the brain. The meditative state of Yoga Nidra is an example of this level of awareness.
The secret to yoga lies within the breath. Before the asana, it is best that we know our natural breath first and be mindful of our inherent patterns, unconscious breathing ways, limitations and stagnations. Learn the healthy way of breathing.
These subtle electrical vibrations are commonly felt especially during meditation and pranayama. Learning the Khechari Mudra is actually easy. The more important element here is the spiritual preparation in which the guidance of the teacher will be of huge benefit.
In this simple yet challenging class, I will take you to the fundamentals of building physical strength and breath awareness. The poses are simple so you could breathe through them without any struggle and force. That is our aim.
This two-part yoga home practice programme consists of simple yet essential elements. The lessons are designed to help you build strength, mobility and flexibility, as well as train the nervous system of the breath patterns required for specific neuro-muscular actions.
Do this sequence regularly (at least three times per week). Be patient, practice with willingness, enthusiasm, faith, and devotion. It won’t be long before you feel the transformational benefits of the practice, the healing, the joy and peace.
Philosophy of the Asana If there is one asana which awakens the dormant Kundalini so powerfully, it has to be the Kandasana. Aside from the Ida, Pingala and the Sushumna, the Kanda is one important Nadi as it is where all the 72,000 energy points are rooted. It is located around nine inches above the … Read more