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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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This article consists of three parts: #1 – The Root of Fear of Death #2 – Turn Unhealthy Fear into Healthy Fear through Meditation #3 – Yin Yoga Sequence to Overcome Fear of Death #1 – Root of Fear of Death  Even the Wise Men Fear Death Fear and anxiety are interesting themes to work with in a...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder I am 35 and single. Around me people seem to find life goals as finding a suitable partner, marry, buying a home, have kids. When I tell them I am single after having a five-year relationship, they sometimes look apologetic. Some of them politely are comforting me with things like “you...
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Written by Yoana Moya Moving From Passion To Compassion Allow your senses and your mind to move down to your heart. When your actions are driven by compassion and kindness, miracles come in a never ending stream. It is easy to say, and you probably like the idea too. However, this simple statement requires patience,...
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How To Incorporate The Senses In A Childrens Yoga Class? When I discovered yoga; in 2008 I almost instantly started to teach yoga to children. At the time I was teaching children creative writing and theatre and loved to use yogic elements to help them get to know their body, themselves and other children a little...
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Written by Yoana Moya Yoga: A Tool for Social Change A post published in this blog by Sharon Brooke Uy, “Ego, inspired me to write the introduction to this post (http://www.parimukti.com/8377-2/). We are all concern about the social problems happening nowadays in the world. Violence and human rights violations. People fighting against each other to defend...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder The power of non-reaction in Vipassana Meditation About 2 years ago I did my first Vipasanna 10 day course. Vipassana dictates a blanket command of non-reaction. No matter the pain as you sit, or the fact that your hands and legs fall asleep and that your brain is crying for release....
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Ego Written by Sharon Brooke Uy Terrorism strikes again, as it seems to be doing more frequently and brazenly, though in reality, violence and the like have been in effect for centuries, just in different ways and under different names. How challenging it can be to offer compassion rather than anger and vengeance to those...
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  Dispassion Written by Sharon Brooke Uy Every day I show up for practice at the yoga studio, I always place my mat down in the same exact spot. Back right corner of the room, directly next to the door. For over five years, this has been “my spot.” Teachers and regulars alike know this....
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Practicing Yoga to Heal Trauma Written by Sharon Brooke Uy One early evening yoga session, as we all transitioned into Warrior 2, a woman in front of me fell down. I thought she’d simply fallen out of the pose and decided to stay on the floor. But moments later, we realized it was more than...
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