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Self Reliance & Yoga

Self Reliance and Yoga

What is Self -reliance? Self-reliance is to know deeply that we can make it, that we can provide for ourselves emotionally and physically. That all is going to be taken care of. To feel whole rather than trying to find external sources or beings to become whole. There is a big urge lately to feel self-reliant. Especially at these times that we are going through right now, of great uncertainty and so many shifts in all aspects of life. No one is an exception right now! Many times Self-reliance is misinterpreted as confidence. But confidence is a superficial state, that relies on external factors while self-reliance is an inside matter. Confidence comes usually from possessions, positions, or intellectual knowledge. Self-reliance comes from surrender, trust, inner connection & experiential knowing.   [/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height="35"][mkdf_blockquote...

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Turn Within, Realize Your Essence

Conscious Living by Anapnoe Yoga® We awaken new levels of consciousness within, to reveal your essence. Training for women who are always aspiring to live fully, grow wiser and inspire. Conscious Woman Yoga™ Training is a subtle experiential process of inner and outer transformation....

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Gaze into the heart of your practice: Drishti

  Advance your Yoga practice by incorporating Drishti There are nine Drishti, or gazes in the Ashtanga yoga tradition. Each one corresponds to a specific point of focus. By incorporation the Drishti into your yoga practice you will deepen your awareness and connection with the Divine. Drishti is a Sanskrit word that means 'gaze' and is closely connected to Dharana and Dhyana, the 6th and 7th limbs of The Eight Limbs Yoga. In Dharana, we work with cultivating a single point of concentration in preparation for meditation (Dhyana). In yoga practice, Drishti or placing our gaze into a specific point helps us, physically to find balance and stability. Mentally helps us focus and steady the mind and turn our awareness inwards, towards the internal movements, while finding the external...

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Grounding: get Grounded and down to Earth

When we talk about grounding we are saying that one has their feet on the ground we mean that the person is in touch with reality, aware and in the present moment, with a developed common sense and not lost in space, past regrets or anxiety about the future. Being grounded means to be relaxed, in touch with our truth, inherent wisdom and knowing. Feeling good in your own skin. On the mat grounding implies having a good foundation: having your feet relaxed, your legs strong but not tense, under-standing to rise, letting go tension and being able to integrate strength, steadiness, ease, focus and presence in the practice. A person that can feel his feet on the ground and the contact with the earth can...