Prana

23 Feb 19
selfandbeyond

What is Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT )?  It is said that when the cause of our illness is in the present, we may need medicine, physiotherapy, simple advice or change of conditions but when the past makes us ill, PLRT is necessary. What does this mean? When there is a problem in the eye, you see an […]

23 Feb 19
W 'SAGT

Pranayama, or yogic breathing techniques play an important role in developing a yoga practice. Not only these techniques support and deepen the yoga asana practice, learning how to calm or energize the body through breathing greatly benefits all aspects of your life. Paying attention to the breath is by itself a meditation technique that can […]

23 Feb 19
Project New Humanity

Choose PeaceA Discourse   In this season of light remember to choose peace! Bryan Rice Choose Peace This discourse can be found and listened to in the episode “Choose Peace” online at christrealizationradio.com. Christ Realization Radio is an outreach of the grass roots movement Project New Humanity. This station is a Haven for those whose “church” […]

23 Feb 19
touch2soul

The Hatha Yoga Pradipika says “Aasan is the first component of Hatha Yoga and should be practiced first. It brings steadiness, health and lightness of body.” Sage Patanjali defines aasan as “A steady and comfortable posture.” Thus mastery of aasan(or aasan-jay) is the attainment of an uninterrupted state of bodily equilibrium that is experienced without […]

23 Feb 19
When you start going natural, you can never stop!

The vital force or vital energy or prana shakthi is the body’s most indispensable component without which we just cannot function. Having said that, there is only one vital force inside our body which has to cater to every single voluntary/involuntary process executed by the body. I mean be it voluntary functions like reading, writing, […]

23 Feb 19
shadowsofsound.org

The Tamil root is Thavaram- that which is un-moving/immovable relatable to plant kingdom. The Vyasa had sought to place great store on this final section of the Vedic Hymns as he chose those which he thought were to have a timeless quality, of the highest human aspiration and placed before the seeker a series of […]

23 Feb 19
Aurora Facets

Committed To Your Practise Not only are these malas a visual and physical feedback in the form of a reminder of your presence, your stillness and practise from the most basic point of its weight with the crystals against your skin, the healing elements from these beautiful pieces and the counting ritual of the sacred […]

23 Feb 19
Evolution Humanity

“It was your parents who taught you that love is conditional—you have felt their conditions many times—and that is the experience you take into your own love relationships” (excerpt from the book, Conversation with God)…. and to your relationship with the Divine who is your ultimate parent. When a child comes to this world from […]

22 Feb 19
Aurora Facets

Wear Your Practice Not only are these malas a visual and physical feedback in the form of a reminder of your presence, your stillness and practise from the most basic point of its weight with the crystals against your skin, the healing elements from these beautiful pieces and the counting ritual of the sacred number […]

22 Feb 19
Expedited Trucking Jobs

via Becky Hart https://ift.tt/2GEp4un

22 Feb 19
encounterillumination

Day 2 bronchitis ravaged lungs. My husband, away on a golf trip in sunny Florida, texts to see if I am feeling any better. Interestingly, I find myself respond “body sick, mind strong”.  And re-reading those words makes me weep a little.  Why? Because for so long, too long, my reality was body sick, mind […]

22 Feb 19
Momzyk

Driving past a school on our way to a playdate Kyla blurted out, “Look! A black school”. She was 3 years old at the time, right about the time her identity crisis started.  It was easier growing up Black, as I’m pretty sure it is for every other race. I knew my roots, (Well somehow, […]

22 Feb 19
my happy life project

I’ve not blogged for a while and my training feels like it’s taken a bit of a nose-dive. It’s been over 3 weeks since the 10Km race and although I have  run a half marathon since then, the rest of my training has been a bit bleak. To round off January things looked like this: 28th […]