Stop and Go

I often tell classes when I have them in a rest period, to drop all tension from the previous exercise. What happens after a tough pose or movement is that the mind wants to stay ready so the student keeps the body tense in anticipation of another tough exercise. When you're done with something, an action, a job, an exercise, then you should drop everything associated with it and become neutral. There's a time for action and a time for rest. The applies to everything in life. The mind is, in part infinite and we often carry around much more than we need anticipating the next tough thing in our lives.

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Winter Solstice 2007 Re-Cap

It was the best of times…

Winter Solstice Sadhana Lake Wales: Hari Nam Strummin'

Yeah, that’s about it. The best of times. The first night was cooooooold. Then, gradually it warmed to the point where many people were at the waterfront, boating, taking walks, playing volleyball and laying out in the sun. I didn’t attend any workshops until the last day when I went to Mahan Kirn’s Sat Nam Rasayan workshop. If you want to know a true healer walking on this planet, with powers that come from beyond time and space is like, take a class with her or schedule a private session. She’s amazing. (more…)

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