Yoga

The following acronym that is often taught to direct your attentive awareness. R-A-I-N R – Recognize As we open to bare attention we notice what arises perhaps there are sounds, feelings, sensations in the body, or thoughts in the mind. As these various phenomenon pass through our consciousness we take the opportunity to pause, soften...
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This article consists of 6 chapters Introduction – let your seed sprout! – uncover your impurities! Avidya: ignorance Asmita: I feeling – the ego Raga: attachment to pleasure Dwesha: aversion Abhinivesah: fear of death + conclusion Today you can read part 1: Introduction For the last 2 weeks I have been in Arambol – in...
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I went to buy a bonsuri and ended up in a jam session that I couldn’t bear to leave!   Guitar, sitar, drums and beautiful singing. Spontaneous and enchanting, my favourite flavours of India! What a perfect addition to the day after asana classes from two of our students.     Address: Parimukti Yoga Center, Kanira...
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It feels like months ago that we started but it’s only been 3 weeks…      So much change has occurred; from the weather and atmosphere to our bodies and minds. Most significantly I think that what can transform in a teacher training course is our perspective. How we perceive everything can alter, if we let it;...
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The following series of articles, an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com. In the previous post we examined the Exercise and Breathing aspects of Yoga. 1.4 The Five points of Yoga contd. Yogic practice can be broadly classified...
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The following series of articles, an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com   1.4 The Five points of Yoga Yogic practice can be broadly classified into five important aspects we will examine the first 3 points in today’s...
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