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What is Samadhi?

Then, the soul (consciousness) emerges. One could feel the spirit peel off the body. The crown is just one of the exit points of the kundalini. She could leave the body through the chest or the back of the body. Sometimes, through the forehead. She could also find her way out through the opening in the hips and feet.

The Science Behind Samadhi

What is Samadhi?

Why do we believe there is the unknown if it is not known? We spring from it. Our consciousness retains the information.

Sukha Yoga

Samadhi is best understood through science. The path to spirituality starts from the body.

The Kundalini Rising

The kundalini energy, as it untangles the knots blocking the soul takes a three-fold transformation.

Her powerful force loosens the inertia of the hips, promoting vitality, growth and healing. Inside the heart, she is gentle and quiet. Ultimately, she unites with God inside the brain.

From the hips, she pierces through the many chakras in the spine. Thin and pointed, her powerful presence irrigates the left and right hemispheres. As this happens, electricity floods the brain, producing both a sound and a vibration. The skin craws and the senses dissolve.

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Yoga Sequence for Scoliosis | All Abilities

Overall strength, mobility and awareness is still the long-term solution. It is where yoga can be so beneficial. But one has to practice distinctive techniques only which help alleviate the discomforts. Yes, some asanas are contraindicated for scoliosis. Therefore, one needs to be careful.

Nerve and Joint compression can be painful. It is far worse for people who have scoliosis. Having to endure the condition myself all my life, I know the struggles of having scoliosis – lower back pains, leg, shoulders, neck and even knee and feet discomforts, sleepless nights. These challenges can be debilitating and disruptive.

Overall strength, mobility and awareness is still the long-term solution. It is where yoga can be so beneficial. But one has to practice distinctive techniques only which help alleviate the discomforts. Yes, some asanas are contraindicated for scoliosis. Therefore, one needs to be careful.

Let me guide you through a simple flow for decompressing the spine. This practice, when done regularly, helps relax the hips and lower back. There are a few upper back stretches to promote mobility. All these lead to nerve decompression and relaxation.

Do this class regularly. Enjoy.

Saksi: Witnessing the Nada | Lecture and Practice

Three equally important elements play a vital role in the meditation process. The meditator, the object of meditation and the act of meditating. Meditating upon the nada is one powerful technique to unify these elements into one continuous experience.

Nada is the sound of God forthcoming. When the kundalini is awakened, it binds the Ida and Pingala so only one nadi is present, the Sushumna. From this union, the Nada emerges. It dissolves the mind so we can dwell in His infinite presence.

Fyodor Vidal | The Becoming of the Spirit
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Natural Breath Meditation – Manual and Video Guides

Mindfulness starts before we sit for our meditation practice. If possible, choose a place in your house where you will not be disturbed. Make it your sacred place which you will use only for meditation.

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Awareness and appreacition of our innate gift increases our understanding of ourselves and later on, of all.

The power of natural breath is immense. Its potential to heal the body and reduce anxiety is oftentimes taken for granted.

Observation brings forth the unaltered and pristine characteristics of things. Enlightened individuals have a high sense of awareness. They know and feel almost everything that goes around them. Their senses are so keen they could sense the inner and metaphysical planes. This could overwhelm the majority of us. The awakened ones, on the other hand, although constantly observing and examining things, are not disturbed by them. They have attained the highest knowledge through meditation.

Mindfulness starts before we sit for our meditation practice. If possible, choose a place in your house where you will not be disturbed. Make it your sacred place which you will use only for meditation. Make this space conducive for stillness and silence. Remove things that could possible distract your practice. It is your time. If you only have your bedside (I do), then, find a corner where you are facing away from the distractions. You can even use your bedside to lean your back on.

You can meditate anywhere. However, you will likely to sustain it long term if you have a regular place to practice. This simple yet important step trains the brain to adapt a supportive behaviour and will help you create a meditative and spiritually inspiring atmosphere.

Breath Awareness Guided Lessons

What happens after you purchase the programme?

  1. I will directly email you the downloadable files and video links to this programme. I prefer to know you and give you a more personalised approach to your learning.  
  2. For the programme with Mala, I will personally arrange for the shipping of your mala. I can meditate upon it before shipping if you wish.
  3. Due to time zone differences, I may not get in touch as soon as you place your order. Rest assured that I will attend to it the next working day.
  4. Alternatively, you can email me first for questions before you pay. Fill out the contact form below. Direct bank transfer is also available if you are in New Zealand.

Natural Breath Meditation

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Natural Breath Meditation with Mala

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Work Break Yoga: New Classes Added! – Complete Weekly Programme

In this series, we will try to turn the situation around in our favour! We will do short yet effective sequences for releasing stagnation, correcting postural imbalances and restoring the brain.  

Working from home could put a toll on our health. You are lucky if you have the proper working environment and fixtures. However, for most of us, we use our dinner tables and couches to work on. Our postures could easily suffer from these work-from-home challenges. It could strain the mind and hurt our spirits.

In this series, we will try to turn the situation around in our favour! We will do short yet effective sequences for releasing stagnation, correcting postural imbalances and restoring the brain.  

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How to Use a Mala? Guided Practice and Progression

One of the goals of Sadhana to cultivate Self-discipline. This shall require a change of your mindset, discipline in speech and mindful actions. Meditation requires energy and it comes from having a healthy body.

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Bandhas: The Teacher Within | Open Lesson

To acknowledge that our spirits shall rise to unite with God is the most beautiful gift of Samadhi. This is expressed through the gift of breathing.

For Drills and Classes for Developing the Energy Anatomy, please visit our free classes / lessons section at Free Online Classes

To be able to develop and access the higher function of the energetic system is one of the most beautiful realisations I have gained from the practice of Hatha Yoga. Aside from supporting my asana practice, they have greatly improved my physical health and wellness. Without them, I would not be able to sustain the challenges of the advanced elements of breath regulation and meditation. I owe everything I have accomplished in my practice to my energetic system.

There are three primary Bandhas, Mula (root|hips), Uddiyana (core|abdomen) and Jalandhara (throat|neck). They could be accessed individually or simultaneously in different levels of intensities as required in the elements at hand. When these Bandhas are accessed in equal levels, they form what is called the tri-bandha or the Maha (great) Bandha.

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