Aging Gracefully with Yoga: How Mindful Practice Keeps You Strong in Later Years
No matter what age one begins their yoga practice, the mindful study of yoga can bring a range of physical, psychological and emotional benefits to those of all ages. With benefits ranging from diminished age-related anxiety and an increase in energy to help manage aches, pains and stiffness, yoga can be an important part of aging gracefully and feeling energetic and healthy during the later years of life.
Mastering the Ancient Art of So Hum Meditation: Unveiling the Practice of “I am that, that I am”
So Hum meditation is an ancient practice of inner exploration and self-inquiry with roots in both Hinduism and Yogic traditions. The practice of So Hum is meant to be a way to reconnect to the source of our being, to express our oneness with the divine force.
How Reflection in Yoga Classes Can Help Bring Perspective to Your Practice
By cultivating the tools of reflection and observation, you can weave them into your practice to help provide clarity, focus, and inspiration. Through mindful reflection and observation, explore your personal objectives within yoga and develop a practice that honors your individual abilities, enabling a journey that is creative and personalized.
What Are Mudras?
Mudras have been used for thousands of years and are still used today in spiritual practices all around the world. As we have seen, mudras are a powerful tool for creating physical and mental health and wellbeing, and through their practice, one can gain insight into the subtler realms of the self.
Samadhi: A Search for Enlightenment in Yoga
Unlocking the potential of Samadhi is a process that can be undertaken, with dedication and patience, by anyone who is willing to take on the challenge.
Starting with One Minute of Meditation Can Lead to a Longer and Sustainable Practice
Embarking on a meditation practice, even for as little as one minute, can be extremely beneficial to one’s mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
Using Dhyana (Meditation) to create inner peace, harmony, and a deeper connection between the self and the divine
Dhyana is a spiritual practice that has been used for thousands of years and has over time been seen to improve mental and physical health. It is a process of stilling the mind that can be practiced anywhere, anytime, by anyone.
Guide to Dharana, a Limb of Ashtanga Yoga
Through this advanced form of meditation, practitioners can reach extreme levels of clarity and insight. While it takes patience and dedication to reach these states, the rewards should far exceed the effort put in. In order to achieve the desired effect of a deep and profound mindfulness, dharana and dhyana must be practiced together.
The Power of Pratyahara: Unlocking the Power of Sense Withdraw
Pratyahara is a crucial limb of Ashtanga Yoga and an essential practice for those looking for inner peace, emotional stability, and focus. When properly understood and applied it can bring immense benefits to the practitioner, allowing them to clear their minds of unwanted clutter and gain a greater understanding of their true inner selves.
Abhyasa: Unlocking the Power of Practice
The goal of Abhyasa is to achieve a perfect balance between the material and spiritual worlds and move closer to achieving spiritual enlightenment. Through the practice of Abhyasa, one can unlock the power of practice and move closer to achieving spiritual liberation.