For now India is my mirror,
reflecting upon me the western culture, I left behind
which shaped all the ways of being, I feel
myself shedding each and every moment
reflecting upon the extremes
between individual and collective
letting go of “yours & mine”
reflecting upon who I was,
letting go of that so
I can focus on who I am and
allow space for the who I am becoming.
Learn techniques that will enable one to awaken their intuition, become an empty vessel for downloading knowledge from source, and begin to live a life of automatic delivery from the abundant universe.
Take control of our mind’s remote: learn techniques to calm the mind, lesson the chatter or repeated songs stuck in your head, so that reaching an empty state of meditation becomes a possibility.
Learn techniques to help one cultivate a higher level of mindfulness of thought, speech and action, throughout their everyday.
Explore the inner workings and various compartmentalized functions of what we call “mind” and become able to distinguish the difference between thinking, concentration and actual meditation.
Understand and develop a heightened sensitivity for the affects the breath and mind (thought patterns) have on each other and how to control them both.
Understand why it is we have been told throughout our childhood to sit still and learn ways to actually cultivate that ability.
Design a daily routine that helps one maintain a yogic – stress free – lifestyle of contentment, despite their busy career and household duties.
Gain a broader understanding of the ultimate goal of yoga and what it means to spiritualize your life, beyond the mat and yoga studio.
“As a wanderer… Our names have been changed so many times we begin to cling to our original crumbling identity even more, our ears now buzzing with mantras lost in translation.”
“It is by swimming to the depth of our own ocean that we find inner calmness. Those who struggle among the waves to stay afloat at the surface only perpetuate their struggle by being the very cause of their ocean’s turbulence.”