Yoga TTC in Goa

This blog series consists of three articles: #1 – The Root of Fear of Death #2 – Turn Unhealthy Fear into Healthy Fear through Meditation #3 – Asana & Meditation to Overcome Fear of Death #2 – Turn Unhealthy Fear into Healthy Fear through Meditation In the previous blog I introduced the concept of healthy and unhealthy fears. Today...
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Written by Yoana Moya VIPASSANA MEDITATION As taught by S.N Goenka in the tradition of Sayagyi U BA Khin THEORY Vipassana means to see things as they really are, and it is also a synonym of “establishing of awareness”. Originally from India, Buddha discovered this technique more than 25,000 years ago. Vipassana is the sience of...
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This series consists of two articles and is written by Azuka Muse #1 Allow yourself to be guided by the unexpected #2 A practice to invite female transformational energy in your life Allow yourself to be guided by the unexpected Sometimes in life, we meet times of change. Deep transformation, internal, external or both, and we may need...
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This series consists of two articles and is written by Azuka Muse: #1 Allow yourself to be guided by the unexpected #2 A practice to invite female transformational energy in your life A practice to invite female transformational energy in your life “In the yoga tradition as a ‘dark goddess’ governing time, death and change. Her fierce form is...
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~ To be a woman ~ The female body is one of nature’s most wonderful and complex creation. It is the origin of  human life. It is ever changing, reshaping, adjusting as a woman’s journey in life is punctuated by many cycles: childhood, puberty, pregnancy, motherhood, menopause.. I am happy to be a woman, even though...
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The first words that come to mind when I think about last month are: intensive, reflection and a steep learning curve in a warm and welcoming surrounding. What a month it has been! Transforming into a yoga teacher foremost teaches you about yourself. The magic of being a yoga teacher is that you become a...
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Balance, samata or samatva in Sanskrit, is a fundamental aspect of Yoga. A balanced approach of life includes an equal mood and the capability to feel the unity in the diversities. In order to be balanced, we have to be non-judgemental and treat others with impartiality, equanimity, equal kindness and compassion. One way to reach Balance in life...
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Since many years, I always have a tennis ball with me. This is on my list of the five things that I always carry (the other four are my yoga mat, tiger balm, tea, and a book). I absolutely need it, no matter where or when… No, I am not a tennis player… Actually this tennis...
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This article consists of 4 parts. This is part 1. Written by Sophie Nusselder Building a relationship with the self Building a relationship with the self. Manjeet Manthur; one of the teachers of Parimukti is exploring this in meditations done by 2 persons. The Shiva and the Shakti The last week I have joined wonderfull...
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Effects on the brain in meditation – part 3 from 5 Nowadays the effect of meditation has become a growing subfield of neurological research. In 1975, Dr. Herbert Benson, founder of the Harvard’s Mind-Body Medical Institute, reported that meditation induces a host of biochemical and physical changes in the body collectively referred as the “relaxation...
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