To get a big broad vision of what yoga, Tantra, and definitely Ayurveda is about…the end game is super simple: It’s just you no longer struggle.
In this 35 minute interview with Where is My Guru, I dive deep into the feminine and today’s yoga culture – something that is never talked about.
Watch this half hour Google + panel where I joined some great experts to answer questions on how to incorporate yoga, exercise and good nutrition into our busy lives.
Breath is a direct personal blue-print of your life experiences. Every time you breathe, it sends a message to your unconscious mind of your current state and inform how we experience the world. You can immediately begin to alter these micro-imbalances using my free recorded meditation.
When you have strong prana in your core, you can burn through anything life throws your way. With more kind presence and focus on your navel area, you can begin to unearth your hidden capacities to be stable and solid in the face of a turbulent life.
Yoga-mat-carrying-chics could learn something from bible-carrying chics. I should know. I got schooled by some sassy, suit-wearing lady-preachers this past year when I moved back down south to Virginia, land of the notorious Bible Belt.
The yoga world has a lesser-known sister and her name is Ayurveda. And although some famous mamas like Madonna, Christy Turlington, and Oprah have touted its health-boosting benefits, Ayurveda remains largely an exotic Indian mystery. Here is my mini-Ayurveda primer.
The ancient yogis understood that we are much more than this beautiful physical vessel. One of these layers is called the prana body. It’s the part of you that is innately intelligent. The yogis fell in love with the prana body because they figured out that it was pretty darn tough to stop or change thoughts, but our energy could be quickly altered through visualization, focused asana, and breath work.
Tantric yogis didn’t wait for any special day to fill them with resolution. They lived and breathed resolve. When a desire is yoked to our soul, it’s virtually impossible for it to not be completed. Here are some specific guidelines from the ParaYoga tradition on boosting the likelihood that you will be successful in the fulfillment of your goals. The end result? Happiness.
We’ve all heard the word “mantra,” but what does it really mean? And how can I start to use it? Read on to learn how.