The predisposal toward the physical practice of yoga posture (asana), though understandable as such, confines the practitioner to the ‘touch, sight, taste, smell, hearing’ driven aspect(s) of yoga.
Awareness of the trappings of mundane existence can facilitate one’s elevation into a more spiritually balanced journey
Not Breathing is not an option. Improper grammar for certain: yet, the veracity of the statement applies to esoteric practices and to daily life.
Nonetheless, I pondered his statements and it drove home the fact that (many) people (westerners) are socialized to view meditation with a HIGH Degree of circumspection. Meditation and meditating is mentioned 23 times in the (KJV) bible. Yet many still (choose to) remain ignorant as to what meditation really entails
Between his birth and his latter end, man passes through four chief stages of development, - infancy, adolescence, old age and death.
There is a general attitude, in western society that flippantly discarding spent and used items is not a big concern. b
Awareness of the flow of thought supports monitoring which facilitates adjustments to one’s perceptions of reality.
We are all an aspect of the totality of ‘The All’ (to include all universes and all dimensions).
Establishing a personal yoga practice creates a deep synchronization between that actions performed and the individual performing them.
How often during the morning, afternoon, evening, ride to work, week, month, . . . year is one ‘actually’ Present?? Embodying acceptance of the now moment is to exist and be present. There is being physically present: consciously occupying a physical space. There is being mentally present: being aware while undertaking and completing a task. … Continue reading The present of being ‘Present’