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tupacshakaur
Mar 08, 2018
In Health & Wellness
I have many questions. Where do you practice at home? How do you practice at home? How do you make space? How do you make it sacred, or do you just practice amongst the profane and make do? Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: http://bit.ly/2FwqndV B2B Online Marketing Example Thanks
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tupacshakaur
Mar 08, 2018
In Meditation
The very first time I seriously started to meditate, (about 2 years ago), I was alarmed by a very strong smell of roses wafting all around me. This smell kept getting stronger and stronger although there were no flowers anywhere near me. Other experiences during meditation have been, peace, an absence of sound, the room `fuzzing out` and a whitish light surrounding my body, and I have also had my body start to `vibrate` sometimes quite strongly. Can anyone explain these experiences to me and does anyone wish to share their own experiences they have had while meditating? [Kim] I have had exactly the same experiences in my meditation, it`s very peaceful. Next time it happens I`m going to explore it further. [Andreas] Well, when I meditate, I do that for about 60 minutes (due to time constraints), and everytime, after about 20 minutes I sort of feel like I`m `moving to the side` at some speed (this is what I perceive when my eyes are closed during meditation for some time). This is definitely a feeling of movement, and, when this happens, I seem to totally `loose contact` with the outside world - I can`t hear anything - I`m just `travelling along, passing darkness`. After about 30 minutes of such a meditative state, I `suddenly awaken` (thinking process seems to start again) and it seems like I`ve been `away` for MUCH LONGER than what the watch says. I also feel the vibrations, and I found that I can actually induce such vibrations when I concentrate. Anyway, meditation seems to be beneficial in the sense that my mind seems to WANT to think after meditating - I usually do most of my university homework after a meditation session. [rafal] I decided yesterday to make a conscientious effort at becoming more disciplined in my Search for Meaning and getting closer to God by meditating every morning at 5:00am. I do often try to meditate but on a sporadic basis. This morning whilst meditating I literally saw a flash of white light almost blindingly bright but from a single source ) but although I tried to maintain that - I lost it almost immediately. Do you think this is progress or me hoping for too much too soon? Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: http://thefreedomforum.com/topics/meditation-experiences/ Web Explainer Examples Thanks
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tupacshakaur
Mar 08, 2018
In Beginner’s Yoga
Now that Fall has arrived and the weather is getting cooler, I have recently brought a Yang sequence into one of the Yin classes I instruct in La Conner, WA. Last night was the first class in which I did this. This morning in my personal practice a question came up in regards to this change, and that is "When" do I do the Yin...in the beginning or in the end?". Over the years I have always instructed that Yin Yoga is best practiced when the muscles are cool, which I have learned from my training with Paul Grilley, and studying of the "Complete Guide to Yin Yoga". In class last night I instructed the Yang first with several Sun Salutations, and then to the floor for Yin.......and, I thought to myself this morning "that is contradictory to what I have been saying all along, that Yin Yoga is best practiced with the muscles cool". Then I thought I am going to ask Bernie. I also study and use "Insight Yoga" and the wisdom of Sarah Powers as a guide for instructing my Yin classes. When I consulted with my "Insight Yoga" book this morning, in the section "Yang Sequence with a Yin Practice"... I see that the Yang Sequence is done first, as Sarah Posers says "because the movement practice settles the mind", which also makes sense to me. This class I teach is at 5:30pm, and most of the population is just getting off work and coming directly to class, so I see where the Sarah Powers approach is a good one, to calm the minds after a days work. At this point I am feeling a bit confused and concerned that my instruction is contradictory causing confusing for my students. Would so appreciate any light you can shine on this confusion. Thank you so much, For More You Can Check: Corporate Motion Graphics Video
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tupacshakaur
Mar 08, 2018
In Advanced Yoga
I have a couple of questions I would love someone to help me with /. I’m now doing my research to find the most suitable yoga teacher training centre in India, Thailand or Bali and I am noticing that most of them are just called Yoga Teacher Training (foundation, hatha, etc.) but most of the trainings are not focused to let’s say Vinyasa, Ashtanga, etc. Can someone tell me, are most YYT standard and once you get the certificate it’s your responsibility to put your sequence together and you decide if you’re going to teach Vinyasa or whatever else? I’ve been to Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Power yoga classes and I found I enjoyed Vinyasa the most. Was the teacher a specialized or certified Vinyasa teacher, or does it come with practice and study of the sequence? Also, I am stuck in deciding WHERE I want to do my training. I feel that in India the experience would be very spiritual and more authentic. Now, I am looking for the whole package: a mix of spiritual and physical - however I don’t want to focus mainly on spiritual, I rather the focus to be on physical. Any recommendations or advise for YYT centres and which has a nice approach in India, Bali or Thailand? My budget is anywhere below 3000 US. Also, I’m finding YYT for 1500 US in India (Goa) mainly - are these worth it or must I go for an expensive version. Let me know lovelies!!! For More You Can Check: B2B advertising examples
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tupacshakaur
Feb 17, 2018
In Advanced Yoga
Hello, I'm new to yoga and actually got started by watching candace on YouTube. In starting to take it more seriously now and practice more frequently . I was hoping for opinions on my first mat to buy. I have seen some round mats and would love to know if any of you guys use them, recommend them etc and why? Thought it would be good to get an insight before I part with my money! Thanks For More Details: Campus Management System Video
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