Awareness Is Key To Strength And Stability
Day 25 – You need to BE AWARE.
Awareness leads the way as you continue to lovingly build strength and stability.
This important practice guides you through the awareness of the spine.
Remember to breathe and feel your way through.
Let your posture represent you.
The true you.
This practice will assist in you becoming aware.
Bring on the magic.
Let's take a closer look at this type of yoga today.
Integral is a gentle hatha style of yoga and classes often also include breathing exercises, chanting, kriyas, and meditation. based on the ideas and principals of Sri Swami Satchidananda, who sought to give followers guidelines on how to improve their lives. In an attempt to integrate mind, body, and spirit, classes also include pranayama, chanting, and meditation.
The Integral method, so called because it seeks to integrate the mind, body, and spirit, is intended to give students the tools they need to live peaceful, healthy, joyful, useful lives.Indeed, Satchidanada’s teachings go beyond the physical practice of yoga postures: He sought to inspire students to find fulfillment in themselves and promote a peaceful existence with others.
Integral Yoga Areas of Instruction
The practice of yoga postures (asana), breathing exercises (pranayama), cleansing practices (kriyas) and deep relaxation to strengthen and purify the body.
The practice of meditation to balance and control the mind.
Devotion, manifested through constant love, to a God, the divine, or a spiritual teacher.
Selfless service, free from attachment to the idea of the results of these actions.
The intellectual approach, by which a transcendence of the body and mind is achieved through study, self-analysis, and awareness.
Repetition of a mantra, a sound vibration with an aspect of the divine.
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The next yoga practice is all about being still.
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