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Headstand

Started by Muzhetsky Dima. Last reply by Muzhetsky Dima Dec 12, 2019. 2 Replies

Anyone using this sirshasana pose here?Continue

HOW TO MEDITATE

Started by himanshu pandey. Last reply by Muzhetsky Dima Sep 21, 2019. 1 Reply

IF U GUYS ARE HAVING PROBLEM IN DOING MEDITATIONDO ONE THING, STICK A SHAKTI CHAKRA ON WALL & GAZE IT AS LONG AS UR EYES DONT FEEL TEARYSECOND METHOD, LIT A CANDLE & GAZE ON ITS FLAMEI HAVE…Continue

Yogic Diet

Started by Fruitfly. Last reply by Anish Sherma Sep 14, 2015. 3 Replies

The Sattvic or Yogic Diet By Gary Gran, CYT, D.Ay.  from http://www.yogachicago.com/jan05/diet.shtmlSattva is defined as the quality of…Continue

Prenatal Yoga

Started by Yoga4Mothers Nov 19, 2013. 0 Replies

Have you practiced Yoga during your pregnancy? Did you use a Teacher or a class online?Did it help you?ThanksChristelleYoga4mothers.comContinue

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Comment by Patrick Hautrive on November 9, 2013 at 5:50pm

Dear Patricia, Thank you for your kind message. I truly think it helps to practise Yoga within a group, as it provides motivation, regularity and help from the teacher, but the prize may be an hindrance and in some country location there are less choices. I have done some Pilate too at the Raw Fruit Festival in Spain this September, but generally only do just some movements once in a while. Yoga should always be done progressively with mindfulness, softness and never force oneself but wait for the body to prepare and relearn itself. In deed, Yoga has proven to relief pain and increase awareness... Blessings...

Comment by Natalia García on November 28, 2013 at 2:11am

Hi everyone!!!!! I love yoga and that's the reason for me to became vegan.

I read once.... “One of the hardest parts about Yoga is getting on the mat.” And that is true, commit with yourself, pick a date and give yourself time for your practice, forget any number of reasons/excuses for not getting on the mat. Even On an exaustive day, find a little space, if you are vey tired you can go only for pranayama(somre breathings), or trataka (yoga for eyes), or meditation.. and please, please.... stop thinking that yoga is not for you, almost everyone can practice yoga asanas, even in a chair.... just start slow with positive mind. ;)

Comment by Ajarn Arjuna on February 18, 2014 at 10:18am

Hello,

Are any of you in South East Asia?

Comment by Fruitfly on April 6, 2014 at 1:16am

welcom to all new yoga members!

Comment by Lulu on June 10, 2014 at 8:36am
Hello everybody, I ve heard that meditation is good and makes you feel happier, however, how do I meditate? What I have to think in? Some people say you don't think but it's difficult when many things and images come to my mind, how can I get peace ?
Do i have to close my eyes?
Can I lay on my bed and meditate?
I have to listen to meditation music?

Can anybody explain me please??
Thank you
Comment by Saurabh Chopra on June 11, 2014 at 5:48pm

Its best learnt under a teacher. I am giving a very general but powerful method you can try at home.

First sit in a comfortable position with your spine erect. Make sure you are not wearing any leather items on your body.

Close your eyes and become aware of your surroundings. Make no mental efforts or visualisations. Visualization is a kind of mental effort and brings the mind under stress.

Then take your attention to your body and your breath.

Become aware of your thoughts, and just accept your thoughts as they are, don't judge your thoughts, just witness them.

Then after a while take your attention to your feelings, and accept them as they are.

Just sit and relax for a while and become aware of the "One" is who is feeling inside you". Make no efforts. Just relax. 

After a while take your attention to your feelings, then thoughts, then body and surroundings. And slowly and gradually when ever you feel like it, you may open your eyes.

Remember do the entire thing very lightly, you don't have to make any efforts. Even trying to relax is an effort. Slowly and gradually you will perfect the technique.

Comment by Saurabh Chopra on June 11, 2014 at 5:54pm

And yes, you have to close your eyes and do it, until unless you are doing something like Tai Chi or any other meditation in motion. But closing your eyes helps you retain a lot more energy. 

Don't lie on your bed as you will doze off.

Meditation music is not necessary, in fact it is better if you can meditate without music.

And you don't have to be thoughtless, it a misconception people have. Just be witness. As though the thoughts and feelings don't belong to you.

Honor your practice, because you are indirectly honoring yourself.

Comment by Anish Sherma on March 11, 2015 at 3:37pm

when I get free I practice meditation but I don't have too much experience about meditation now I learned something

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