Nadabrahma Meditation is a one hour technique in three stages, that was adapted from an ancient tibetan method.It can be done any time of the day or night, alone or with others. Continue in the 2nd stage as explained above, while still facing each other under the sheet, then in the last stage lie down together and be still.
The basic schizophrenia is created because the body goes in one direction, the mind goes in another direction. The body and the mind are so much engrossed in chanting that the soul can slip out of them very easily, unobserved, and can become a witness – can stand out and look at the whole game that is going on between the mind and the body. So this is the pitfall to be remembered: chanting is so beautiful that one wants to get lost. Let the body get drunk, let the mind get drunk, let them fall into a deep love-affair with each other, and you slip out of it. In a yin yoga practice, the purpose of sphinx is not to bend your lower back as much as you possibly can, but to use your arms and belly to support the weight of your torso and let your back soften. Resist the temptation to come into your deepest back bend; instead, find a comfortable compression through your low back. The gentlest sphinx is simply resting flat on your stomach with your chin on your hands – although that’s certainly resembles the sphinx in Egypt a lot less! Child’s pose is good counter to release the lower back, but some people find that simply lying on their stomachs and letting their breath move to the area that was compressed in sphinx is enough to relieve low-back tension.
Sun salutations are sequences with easy to remember poses that flow into each other, allowing you to focus on the moment and the movement. There are many different versions of sun salutations, most of which are based on the traditional Sun Salutation A. This probably looks like a lot of steps, but it’s surprising how smooth the movements become and how quickly you can glide through a full sequence. Repeat the series a few times, switching which leg moves back into the lunge first if you’d like. The day of equinox or solstice that marks the division between winter, spring, summer, and autumn rarely feels like the actual commencement of the season. But at least the grass is green in the Pacific Northwest, the flowers are out, and we don’t need to worry about watering gardens and lawns! Hope the first day of summer is treating everyone well and that you’re able to join me for some relaxation on Friday, June 28 at 6:30pm! Today is my birthday and part of my celebrations include teaching my regular yin yoga class at Bound Lotus Meditation & Yoga Centre.
Yogi Bhajan, who brought Kundalini yoga to the West and founded 3HO, encouraged his students to bring sweet treats to class on their birthdays to share the celebration of with others. The last Friday of every month I teach a yoga class at Bound Lotus Meditation & Yoga Centre with an extra-long relaxation period. Maybe I sensed that students (particularly those completing the 40 Day Transformation Yoga Challenge!) needed a little more rest. As the second last-Friday-of-the-month class, tonight’s yin yoga class at Bound Lotus will feature an extra-long savasana (corpse pose) with yoga nidra (guided relaxation) to help really dispel tension and stress. On Sunday evening, I went to the Healing Circle Meditation at Bound Lotus Meditation & Yoga Centre, along with 30 or so other people and one dog!
During the meditations, which involve chanting mantras and sometimes use mudras (hand gestures), Sofie curls up in front of me and settles into a meditative state of her own. Sofie regularly joins me when I practice yoga or meditate at home, so she’s very used to the process. One of the challenges of any meditation or yoga practice is letting go of all the mental clutter and simply experiencing the present moment.

When I’m grumpy or anxious or unsettled, often the best place for me is on a yoga mat.
If you want to get to the mat and need a little prodding, join me for a yin yoga class at Bound Lotus Meditation & Yoga Centre. Bound Lotus is in the midst of a 40 Day Transformation Yoga Challenge, so the class on Wednesday will be the last of the Detoxify series and the one on Thursday will be the first of the yin classes to in the Strengthen and Balance series.
The sequence of poses for Wednesday’s class is all about the glandular and nervous systems and features poses that will stimulate your hips and elongate your spine. I want to get the best of both worlds by slightly truncating the proscribed yin sequence for the second 10 days of the Challenge and doing a long savasana, rather than the extra-long one I usually do for the last Friday class of the month. I’m hoping to sneak in a little more savasana than in a standard class, along with a delicious guided relaxation (yoga nidra), while remaining true to the Challenge series of yin postures and getting all the benefits of the clearing out sequence. If you’re intrigued by the Transformation Yoga Challenge, you can still join in and make it a personal 30 day challenge! As I mentioned in January, I’m reducing my teaching commitments to free myself to make the next leap. Outside of a yin yoga practice, I like finding a moment or two of stillness and a few meditative breaths in mountain pose (or tadasana). The yin class I’m teaching tonight at Bound Lotus will certainly involve a little mountain time. Knowledge and content management specialist (Masters degree in Library and Information Services) and yoga teacher (hatha, yin, and restorative styles). Chakra bezeichnet ein Rad, einen Ring, Chakras sind Bewusstseins Ebene, sind Schwungrader, strahlende Energie Felde, die ihren Sitz an entscheidenden Punkten entlang der Wirbelsaule haben und drei gro?e Nadis mit verschiedene Hullen verbinden- Elektromagnetische Energie Felde und Licht Farbe .
So wie Antennen, Radiowellen auffangen und sie uber Empfangsgerate im Klang verwandeln, so empfangen Chakras Kosmische Schwingung an Dein Astral Korper und verteilen sich uber den ganzen Korper in den Nadis.
Der Korper ist ein Abbild des Universum, ein Mikrokosmos im Makrokosmos auf dem grobstofflichen, feinstoffflichen und geistigen Eben.
Drei Saule sind fest verbindet mit unsere Astral Haus, nur, durch verschiedene Erlebnisse und schlechte Erfahrung im Leben, die Verbindung ist blockiert oder ist verschwunden im Karma. Das Brustraum ist der Raum von kosmische Seele Atman, ebenso ist das Magnetische Feld, Einatmung, Ausatmung und Luft anhalten sind wie Turbine, wahrend die Chakras die Akkumulatoren und Transformatoren darstellen.
Start humming, loudly enough to be heard. Feel the humming resonate throughout your body and fall in tune with its vibration. And you are the third element – you are neither the body nor the mind, so you are pulled apart by these two. Sooner or later a moment comes when the body and the mind are both together in one direction for the first time. It is such a beautiful rhythm that the mind and body never become aware that the soul has slipped out… because they don’t allow so easily, mm? If you are lost, then good, you enjoyed a rhythm, an inner rhythm, and it was beautiful and you liked it, but it was like a drug – it is an acid trip. Then it is a good thing for health but nothing for the ultimate growth.? Good – pay attention to Nadabrahma, mm? I like using that enormous limestone statue as inspiration when holding the posture in a yin yoga practice: level gaze, long neck, relaxed shoulders, and unstrained stillness.
My dog, Sofie, often flops down into sphinx to wait for the next bit of excitement to cross her path. It’s even better if you can convince your neck, shoulders, hips, and legs to relax as well.
When you’re not worrying about what posture comes next, you can let your breath dictate your transitions and let your brain zone out.

While I like the sequences of the traditional sun salutations, I most often adapt the flow depending on what body parts feel like they need more attention and the circumstances of my practice.
And while the grey skies in Vancouver (and the flooding in Southern Alberta) might suggest otherwise, summer has officially begun.
No yin bliss tonight… and next Friday is the last of the month, which brings with it a sublimely soothing yin yoga session with guided relaxation and an extra-long savasana. The Kundalini tradition holds that what you do on your birthday sets the tone for the year ahead. If you want to learn more about yoga nidra, the Yoga Wonders website has a nice overview of the practice. My dog, Sofie, is a skilled meditator and has participated in a number of group meditations at Bound Lotus. She helps bring out my meditative best and seems to create an even more calming energy for the group. The set of poses for the Thursday and Friday classes will help you gain a new sense of your body’s strength and balance… and work out tension in your hips through dragon pose! There are many reasons why I do yin yoga, mostly I love the stillness and the meditativeness. Once the body starts vibrating and your mind is already chanting, they both fall in a tune. When body and mind are both together, you are free from the body and the mind – you are not tom apart.
By chanting, by the sound, you created certain drugs in your body.? Chanting creates chemical changes in the body, and those changes are no different than marijuana or LSD. So the point to be remembered is that you have to use the sound, the chanting, the mantra, not as an intoxicant for your being.
It’s really about moving and breathing… the poses and flow are just there to help get things going! Maybe I just can’t keep track of days and months… Or maybe this May has two last Fridays! Practicing for even 15 minutes usually takes the edge off of whatever emotions have taken over and brings me to a happier state.
Die Schlange Kraft- Kundalini Energie- der Trager das Licht, hebt das Hauptenergiekanale, tritt in Sushumna ein und wird nach und nach durch die Chakras nach oben zum Sahasrara gezwungen, die Elekrische Energie verteilt sich gleich im ganze Organismus die Energie steht im Balance!
The movement should be very slow, so that at times it appears as if there is no movement at all.
Some day, when research goes deeper into meditation, they are going to find that chanting creates chemical changes – just as fasting also creates chemical changes. Let it be an intoxicant for the body and the mind but you slip out of it before you become intoxicated; you stand out and you watch. If you become drunk with the body and the mind and your soul also becomes drunk, then chanting is an intoxicant. You see the body swaying and you see the mind feeling very very peaceful and calm and quiet. After seven and a half minutes there is a little gap in the music to let you know that you can now turn your palms down and reverse the circular motion of your hands, so that they now divide and circle outwards sideways from the belly and come back together in front of it.

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    GalaTasaraY writes:
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    Meditation is a combination of reviewing, repeating, reflecting, thinking forms.