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Posts Tagged ‘mind’

Photo Challenge: May 2015

 Photo Challenge: May 2015 Nature * Spring * Yoga * Mind * Renewal The month of May 2015 will be our Photo Challenge. Use your inner eye and your external focus to capture scenes that inspire you along the themes of: Nature, spring, yoga, mind, and renewal. Submitted […]

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Podcast: Reaching the Goal

Meditation Podcast:  Reaching The Goal Time: 11 min 30 sec A goalless journey meditation is not. Here we sharpen our focus and take aim in our meditation – a recorded section of from last week’s Meditation Circle. This is a practice for everyone and helps the practitioner move pasts […]

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Podcast: Meditation, Chimes & Mantra

Podcast: Meditation, Chimes & Mantra Time: 26 min 41 sec Here is a recording of the final meditative sequence from last week’s Meditation Circle – i.e. Nov 20, 2014. Please find the podcast below. This meditative practice offers gentle guidance, long periods of silence, use of mantra, […]

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Sleep Seminar Recap

Had a wonderful turnout and great team on hand for yesterday’s seminar, A Good Night’s Rest: The Yogic Science of Sleeping. The seminar was vast in scope covering the physical, mental, emotional, and day-to-day life issues related with sleep, yet also offered specific, practical tips to enhance […]

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Recap: Chakras & Bio-Psychology Seminar

Thanks to all for coming out to yesterday’s seminar, Chakras & Bio-Psychology. We had an extremely engaging group that offered many questions as well as many answers and reflections… No doubt, the topic was a massive one: How does the chakra system affect our human personality. We […]

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Harvard Study: Benefits of Yoga & Meditation

Here is a very interesting report just released by Harvard scientists and doctors about the benefits of yoga. Important: Do not let the image dissuade you from watching this video. They are primarily talking about the brain and stress reduction – not doing fancy poses. Two points […]

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Lay’s Potato Chips and the Philosophy of Mind

You’re driving down the road, and you see one of those Lay’s Potato Chip delivery trucks. On the side of the truck it says, “…you can’t eat just one.” Do you reflect more deeply, or just move on to the next piece of external stimuli. Upon further […]

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Meditation: History, Culture, & Practice – Mar 11

Meditation: History, Culture, & Practice Sun, Mar 11, 2012 2:00p – 4:30p Galesville Memorial Hall $22 by Mar 7; $27 after Mar 7 Register Today Meditation, or sadhana (literally meaning “effort”), is the foundation of all yogic practices. The vast arena of yoga stands upon the realization […]

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Riddle: Only 2 Things…

Question: What can work in thousands of directions, but do only  two things? Answer: The mind. While we have all experienced how the mind can contemplate countless points and be pulled in seemingly innumerable directions, ultimately the mind can do only two things. The mind can think […]

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Story: Show Me Your Mind

Once there was a great guru. At one darshan (being in the presence of the yogi master) the guru called upon one disciple and said: “Show me your mind”. The room was full of people from all around the globe. The simple disciple felt nervous, shy and […]

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