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Grounding Irana Ji An www.anapnoeyoga.com

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...

Irana Ji An www.anapnoeyoga.com Paros Yoga Shala Greece

Detox Yoga: Ginger & Lemon Mondays

Doing a detox is like hitting a reset button for your body. It will help to increase your energy levels, balance your hormones, improve digestion, give your adrenals a much-needed break, help break cravings and make you feel joyous all over, not to mention beautiful glowing skin and release of any overweight. Giving your body a reset once a week can create a real shift in your energy level and in your life. Just the fact that you take a step back from your regular eating habits and become conscious for one day of what you are putting inside you, makes you start eating more consciously once again. The action of cleansing and purifying the body helps to release stagnation, making room for energy to flow and...

Search for wholeness www.anapnoeyoga.com

The Search for Wholeness

What blocks you from feeling a sense of wholeness each and every day of your life? Contemplate for a moment the idea of ‘being whole’: close your eyes and envision this radiating energy inside you. Where is it located? What does it feel like?   Wholeness signifies completion, harmony, contentment and Integrity. It is rare to experience this energy, as we are usually consumed by wanting, needing and achieving Carl Jung says that wholeness is a state in which consciousness and the unconscious work together in harmony. The Self, archetype of wholeness and the regulating center of the psyche is a transpersonal power that transcends the ego. As an empirical concept, the self-designated, the whole range of psychic phenomena in man. It expresses the unity of the personality as a whole. We are...