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Mindalia.com-Salud,Espiritualidad,Conocimiento
La magia de ordenar tus finanzas, por Katina Zedan

Mindalia.com-Salud,Espiritualidad,Conocimiento

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 41:52


Esta es una conferencia donde se hablará de la magia del orden con el dinero, el verdadero significado de abundancia en las finanzas y en la vida y la relación con el dinero como medio de expansión. Además, se darán herramientas para crear tu propio plan financiero desde la abundancia. Katina Zedan - Lic. en Administración de Empresas con especialización en emprendimiento. - Coaching de neurosemántica Meta Coaching. - Maestra internacional de HathaYoga. - Curso Ley de Atracción con Bob Doyle. - Practicante de Barras de Access Consciousness. https://katinazedan.org/ https://www.instagram.com/katinazedan/ https://www.facebook.com/katizedan/ Infórmate de todo el programa en: http://television.mindalia.com/category/conferencias-en-directo/ ***CON PREGUNTAS AL FINAL DE LA CONFERENCIA PARA RESOLVER TUS DUDAS **** Si te parece interesante.... ¡COMPÁRTELO!! :-) DURACIÓN: 45m Aproximadamente ------------INFORMACIÓN SOBRE MINDALIA---------- Mindalia.com es una ONG internacional sin ánimo de lucro. Nuestra misión es la difusión universal de contenidos para la mejora de la consciencia espiritual, mental y física. -Apóyanos con tu donación en este enlace: https://streamelements.com/mindaliaplus/tip -Colabora con el mundo suscribiéndote a este canal, dejándonos un comentario de energía positiva en nuestros vídeos y compartiéndolos. De esta forma, este conocimiento llegará a mucha más gente. - Sitio web: https://www.mindalia.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindalia.ayuda/ - Twitter: http://twitter.com/mindaliacom - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindalia_com/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mindaliacom - Vaughn: https://vaughn.live/mindalia - Odysee: https://odysee.com/@Mindalia.com *Mindalia.com no se hace responsable de las opiniones vertidas en este vídeo, ni necesariamente participa de ellas. *Mindalia.com no se responsabiliza de la fiabilidad de las informaciones de este vídeo, cualquiera sea su origen. *Este vídeo es exclusivamente informativo. #KatinaZedan #Finanzas #Orden

Health Harmony & Happiness with Cathy
#64: Yoga's Rhythm is Also Your Rhythm

Health Harmony & Happiness with Cathy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 24:32


Work and Rest, two necessary phases of everything we do in life. Yet, in today's world, we often get stuck in the work mode, thinking that's the only way to productivity. But yoga teaches otherwise.In yoga, you need both the postures that are going to challenge us and energize us as well as the postures that are going to quiet us and allow us to reflect inward. If you don't have a rhythm of these postures, you'll likely leave your yoga practice feeling out of sorts or either overly anxious or lethargic. But if the practice you do communicates a rhythm and a balance in what you're doing, you too, will feel that way.In today's episode find out why who you are on the yoga mat is who you are off the yoga mat, even if you don't practice yoga.Resources:Downloadable video:  Energetic Rhythms Yoga Moon SalutationDownloadable video:  Basic Sun Salutation To help you live in flow and feel more at ease in life even when unexpected things come up, download the Daily Rhythms Tracker. Grab the full show notes and resources at www.cairnyogawellness.com/podcast64 and subscribe and listen wherever you catch your podcasts: 

Keen on Yoga Podcast
#122 Shandor Remete The Hidden Teachings of Hatha Yoga

Keen on Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 77:45


Shandor Remete (www.shadowyoga.com/ | @shdow_yoga) Series of seven full moon discourses: https://shadowyoga.com/product/light-upon-taranyali-tridha-dhyanam All courses: https://shadowyoga.com/courses Book: Taraṇyali Tridhā Dhyānam: The Threefold Meditations of the Thunder Dragon Pashupatis | Tantra | Mula bandha | Sadhana | Mastery vs Ability & availability | Asana is for preparatory steps | Bringing the blind spots into focus | Becoming conscious of programming and free from them | The pranic force | Developing the sensitivity of the mind | The penny drops | Asanas become mudras | Angaharas | Mantra sadhana | Real ujjayi breath | Use of mantra | What is behind the mind | Soma chakra | 5 Human Gurus _________________________________________________________________ This episode is sponsored by Momence, the booking system we use and highly recommend. Momence facilitates online, in-person and hybrid classes and events, and there are packages to fit self-employed teachers to multi-site studios. With Momence, you can: · Manage your class and workshop schedule Organize your appointment types and availability Create marketing and win-back campaigns Organize your on-demand videos and courses See exactly how your business is doing through insightful reporting. Have customers self-check-in via kiosks Sell products and services with a fully integrated point of sale With live support by chat, phone and email Momence is easy to use for yourself and your customers. 2 MONTHS FREE TRAIL: for more information click on the link https://www.keenonyoga.com/momence/ or book a demo and quote “Keen on Yoga” _________________________________________ Support Us Donate: https://keenonyoga.com/donate/ Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/infoRf Become a Patron:  https://keenonyoga.com/membership/  Exclusive content, yoga & lifestyle tips, live Zoom meet-ups & more.  €10 per month, cancel at any time. CONNECT WITH KEEN ON YOGA Instagram Keen on Yoga: https://www.instagram.com/keen_on_yoga/ Instagram Adam Keen: https://www.instagram.com/adam_keen_ashtanga/ Website: https://keenonyoga.com/ KEEN ON YOGA PODCAST Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keen-on-yoga-podcast/id1509303411 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5iM9lcw52JskHUZ2eFvVxN Full Guest List: https://keenonyoga.com/podcast-guests/   Please remember to Subscribe, Follow & Share  ______________________________ Sundernath (Shandor Remete) was fortunate to be born into a household at the southeastern tip of the great Hungarian plain where the art of yoga was a daily presence. From this seed, his destiny on the path of yoga unfolded. He is an initiate of the Kanpatha Hatha Yogins of Nepal, descendants of Sri Gorakhnath, and his Guru Sri Matsyendranath. These great Yogins were the forefathers of Tantrik Hatha Yoga, the heart of which is Hatha Yoga – the science bestowed upon humanity by Adinatha (Lord Shiva). Shadow Yoga Shadow Yoga is a modern term that encompasses the ancient practices originating with the Pashupata tantrika yogins. These practises preceded and gave rise to Hatha Yoga.  The Pashupata tantrika yogins are the oldest known ascetic yogins, even pre-dating Patanjali. The name Shadow Yoga is derived from the sixth chapter (entitled ‘Yoga of the Shadow Man') of the ancient tantrika treatise or writings titled ‘The Shiva-svarodaya' (the birth of the breath of life revealed by the god Shiva). The teaching of the Shadow School is based upon the ancient Hatha Yogic texts which state that ‘all fixed forms should be designed to develop the practice of freestyle'. Freestyle is a necessary step in the cultivation of longevity and enlightenment. The required tools are the Shadow Yoga prelude forms, Nrtta (pure dance of Shiva), Asana (posture), Pranayama (inner breath control) and the mental practices through the concentrated power of will termed Samyama (even restraint). The basis for all is Nrtta which in its light form is the legacy of the Pashupata tantrika yogins. Through this pure form, devoid of any gymnastic or theatrical embellishments, the sadhaka (aspirant) rediscovers the natural rhythmic currents hidden within the body. Most of the asanas used in contemporary Hatha Yoga schools are adaptations of the standing and squatting karanas. The important difference is that in the original practice the placement of the legs was achieved through the energy of the legs whereas nowadays the legs are manipulated with the hands to achieve the same shapes. Through Samyama the essence of these activities are drawn into a single point that acts as the gateway into the immensity better described as ‘the unknown'. The Shadow Yoga teachings encompass different stages of learning. There are various paths from which to choose as one ascends to the heights of knowledge and experience. Each individual will choose the path that they feel most drawn towards. Preparatory forms (Introduction to Shadow Yoga) 2. Nrtta Sadhana– pure dance of shiva 3. Shadanga Yoga– six limbs (asana, pranayama etc.) 4. Individual Yogasana – personalised one-to-one teaching based on the individual's needs  

The Holistic Counseling Podcast
Episode 98 The Mental Health Benefits Of A Yin Yoga Practice: Interview with Addie deHilster

The Holistic Counseling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 35:20 Transcription Available


What is Yin Yoga? Can you integrate yoga, mindfulness, and meditation to improve your well-being?MEET Addie deHilsterAddie deHilster is a Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and C-IAYT Yoga Therapist. Her passion is teaching movement practices that "unlock" mindfulness skills, and helping students gain traction in their meditation practice so they can be more present in their lives. Yin Yoga is one of the main modalities she practices and teaches, as it is an excellent doorway into embodied meditative stillness. Now based in Vancouver, Washington (USA), she previously owned and operated a community yoga studio in Los Angeles, California for over five years. A dedicated practitioner of Buddhist Insight Meditation, she has accumulated over four months of silent retreat practice over the years. She is a graduate of the Mindfulness Mentor Training with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach, the InsightLA Mindfulness Facilitator Training, and the 2014-15 Mindfulness Yoga & Meditation Training Program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, which is a program dedicated to weaving together the wisdom traditions of Hatha Yoga and Buddhist meditation. She has studied Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark, Paul Grilley, and Sarah Powers. Addie is the founder of the Moved to Meditate Class Library, the host of the Moved To Meditate Podcast, and she offers online Yin Yoga Teacher Trainings with a mindful, therapeutic emphasis.Find out more about Addie at Move To MeditateIN THIS PODCAST:What is Yin Yoga? 4:31How is Yin yoga different from traditional yoga? 11:58What are the mental health benefits of Yin yoga? 13:52What Is Yin Yoga?Connecting the mind with the body with embodied meditationYin vs. Yang state Integrating props into Yin yogaThe importance of finding an instructor that can adapt to each individual personHow Is Yin Yoga Different From Traditional Yoga?Preparing the body with active movementWhat is passive movement?Restorative yoga vs. Yin yogaUsing Yin yoga as a mindfulness practiceWhat Are The Mental Health Benefits Of Yin Yoga?Becoming aware of our physical, mental & emotional state through mindfulnessHow Yin yoga helps build our stress resistanceDown-regulating our nervous systemWhat is the Window of Tolerance?Connect With MeInstagram @holisticcounselingpodcastFacebookJoin the private Facebook groupSign up for my free email course: www.holisticcounselingpodcast.comRate, review, and subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spotify, and

Sarah B. Yoga
Tech Antidote for Spine and Eyes: Yoga + Feldenkrais Blended

Sarah B. Yoga

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 72:21


Episode 94: A 60 minute live class blending Feldenkrais and gentle yoga poses. In this class we explore creating a sense of width in the body. Oftentimes if our eyes have a more narrow focus (like when we are looking at a fixed object such as a screen), then our whole body can start to shrink inward and feel compressed. This is a fantastic practice to juice up the spine after a day of sitting and integrate the eyes after a day of looking at a screen. Sarah Baumert has been teaching movement since 2006. She is a certified yoga teacher, yoga therapist and Feldenkrais practitioner. This podcast is an intersection of her yoga teaching and training in the Feldenkrais® method. Classes include sensory rich movement experiences for a more resilient and healthy nervous system to help you feel a greater sense of ease and comfort in yourself.Right now I am offering half price day passes to the Body Matter Library. The library has over 200 yoga video classes and Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement audio classes. If you resonate with my teaching and this way of learning, try out a single day access pass to the library while they are half off through January! Support the showFind more of Sarah's teaching on Body Matter. Live online classesSelf-paced coursesBody Matter library membership ** currently offering 10 day free trialLeave a review on itunes, spotify, or google.Support the show! OR Buy me a coffee to help keep these podcasts free and accessible for everyone!Website I Course Library I Instagram I Newsletter I LinkedIn

Conscious Evolution with Dr. Andrea Pennington Integrative MD + Psychedelic Assisted Therapist
Decolonizing Psychedelics & Ancestral Healing with Buki Fadipe (Episode 14)

Conscious Evolution with Dr. Andrea Pennington Integrative MD + Psychedelic Assisted Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 60:28


Buki's work is inherently focused on investigating how psychedelics can be used as a tool for transformational healing, social reform, personal and collective liberation. Her motivation includes investigating the intersections of spiritual emergence, intergenerational trauma, and transformative justice. After a tumultuous and traumatic childhood and being forced to grow up early after the loss of her father, Buki felt broken and depressed during her early teens. In need of healing and recovery, but without traditional psychotherapy resources, she was on her own. As she battled suicidality and self-harming, recreational drug use became her way to cope. After getting through university, her body spoke up and made it clear that her coping mechanism wasn't sustainable and she abstained from drug use cold turkey. The depression came back and made her withdraw from the world. Then, taking an intellectual approach to investigating depression she found research about meditation and how psilocybin worked on the brain. Thus, psychedelics came back to Buki, with an invitation to look at them with fresh perspective. ABOUT OUR GUEST: Buki Fadipe is a Nigerian/British writer, decolonized educator, sacred medicine practitioner, seer and healing catalyst. She founded Adventures in OM (@adventures.in.om) as an educational resource for those seeking expansion, healing and growth with sacred earth medicines. Her work is rooted in spirituality and reclaiming ancient earth/indigenous wisdom to act as a basis for earth based holistic healing. Buki is a certified Psychedelic Medicine Practitioner and Hatha Yoga instructor. She runs retreats, educational workshops/courses, and facilitates coaching for preparation, harm reduction and integration for those seeking healing on the entheogenic medicine path. Connect with Buki online at adventuresinom.com ABOUT YOUR HOST: DaeEss 1Dreah, formerly known as Dr. Andrea Pennington, is an American integrative physician, Psychedelic Assisted Therapy Facilitator, and creator of The Cornerstone Process for Conscious Evolution and The Attunement Meditation. DaeEss has written or contributed to 18 books, and is the bestselling author of The Top 10 Traits of Highly Resilient People, The Real Self Love Handbook, and The Orgasm Prescription for Women Watch or listen to more episodes of the Conscious Evolution Podcast on:

Level Up Yoga Podcast
A Guide To Self Abhyanga & Dinacharya

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 69:19


On this weeks episode: We'll take a look at the ayurvedic daily routine known as dinacharya & the practice of self massage known as abhyanga. What's the point of dinacharya? SAMYOGA taking actions that move us toward health SWASTHA We talk about our journeys with dinacharya & ritucharya & plenty more! Vital Veda Abhyanga Guide: https://vitalveda.com.au/learn/guide-for-ayurvedic-abhyanga-self-massage/ Hale Pule Abhyanga Guide: https://www.halepule.com/blog/release-your-best-self-with-abhyanga Sign up for our 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training Join us on retreat in INDA: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 200 Hour YTT in INDIA: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/200-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training-india-2023 More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

Corvo Seco
#163 Swami Sivananda - Concentre-se Sobre Um Só Assunto

Corvo Seco

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 11:11


Trechos do livro “Thought-Power”, de Swami Sivananda. Kuppuswamy ou Swami Sivananda Saraswati (1887 - 1963), foi um líder espiritual hindu, guru, mestre em yoga e Vedanta. Nascido em um família de santos e sábios, Sivananda teve uma vida devotada ao estudo e a prática do Vedanta. Sivananda possuia uma natural avidez em servir a todos e um sentimento íntimo de unidade com toda humanidade. Essa paixão pelo serviço o levou à carreira médica, até compreender que mais que tudo, as pessoas precisavam de conhecimento correto; então, adotou como sua missão a disseminação deste conhecimento. Swami Sivananda passava a maior parte do tempo absorto entre horas de meditação, estudo intenso e vigorosa prática de Hatha Yoga. Embora imerso em seu próprio caminho de Autorrealização, Sivananda nunca deixou de atender pessoas necessitadas de cuidados médicos, e dizia enxergar apenas a forma imortal do Ser em cada uma daquelas pessoas. Em 1932 Sivananda iniciou o Sivanandashram. Em 1936 nasceu a “The Divine Life Society”. Em 1948 a Vedanta-Forest Academy. Seu objetivo foi a disseminação do conhecimento espiritual e o treinamento de pessoas em Yoga e Vedanta. Hoje, Sivananda possui discípulos em todo o mundo, de todas as nacionalidades, credos e religiões.

Yogastunden Meditativ
Die Kraft der Göttin Lakshmi erfahren – Yogastunde mit Manuela

Yogastunden Meditativ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 100:58


Om! Praktiziere live mit unserer Yogalehrerin Manuela gemeinsam Yoga. Lasse dich durch diese Yogastunde führen, in der der Fokus auf dem Bhakti Aspekt liegt. Fühle die Verbundenheit zur Göttin Lakshmi in ihren verschiedenen Aspekten. Manuela führt dich in eine sehr meditative Yogastunde. Sie spricht über die 8 Aspekte von Lakshmi, Ashtalakshmi, rezitiert verschiedene Mantras – und erläutert wofür Lakshmi stehen kann. So kannst du verschiedene innere Kräfte und Fähigkeiten entwickeln. Denn Lakshmi ist die Göttin der Fülle, des Glücks, der Liebe und des Wohlstands. Verbinde dich mit deiner inneren Kraft Lerne Yoga Praxis, trainiere Asanas, erfahre inneren Frieden und vieles mehr. Der Beitrag Die Kraft der Göttin Lakshmi erfahren – Yogastunde mit Manuela erschien zuerst auf Yoga Vidya Blog - Yoga, Meditation und Ayurveda.

The Awaken Podcast with Natasja Pelgrom
Natasja with Jaguar Womban on WombSteam Ceremony as a Ritual of Prayer, and NDE as Initiation Journey

The Awaken Podcast with Natasja Pelgrom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 81:32


The Awaken Podcast special series, Women in Psychedelics is a podcast series that does an amazing job of telling the stories of fascinating women who are currently making an impact within the psychedelic and plant healing movement.The intention of this series is to further amplify female voices within this space. Natasja is driven by bringing to the forefront untold stories, exclusive content, and inspiration. This is about offering and celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and sometimes unseen achievements of women in this psychedelic renaissance. A way to stand together embracing our diversity for a greater Eco-system.Meet Jaguar Womban is a multidimensional healing artist, Medicine Womban, and Visionary Mother of The WombNation. She is an intuitive herbalist, ancestral channel, poet, and teacher who shares ways to connect to Mother Earth using plant medicine and ceremony. In both her private TEAsessions and The Circle of Light womban circle, Jaguar teaches how to use the unique self-care ritual of WombSteaming as a Ritual of Prayer and a Sacred Tool to awaken our innate Womb Wisdom and Divine Internal Guidance System.Jaguar's journey into the mystical began when she was struck by a car while on foot and had a Death Experience (NDE) that left her in a coma with a diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury. This began her healing journey of relearning walking, talking, reading, writing, and social skills. She was first shuffled through traditional western medicine and rehabilitation and after not attaining the healing she desired, sought out a path of her ancestral traditions. On her journey, she experienced a solo pilgrimage of spiritual and physical transformation and formed The WombNation to bring the power of these life-changing rituals and her unique Jaguar Medicine to womb carriers worldwide.Jaguar is a Yoga Alliance certified Hatha Yoga instructor, Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) Yoga instructor, Thai Yoga bodywork practitioner, and attuned Healer. She has an MA in Creative Writing/Poetry and is a published, poet and powerful performer. In both her healing work and creative expression, she incorporates her study and practice of Shamanism, Sanskrit mantra, sound healing, breathwork, ancestral plant medicine, movement, and ceremony.In this episode Jaguar Womban discusses:Death as an initiation journeyNDE as an opening for dimensional workHer personal story of awakening and being in a psychiatric ward How to walk the path of our purpose with clarityCompleting the work of the embodied feminineWomb steaming / vaginal steam as a portal and dimensional workRemembering the medicine of the grandmothersThe quantum field of the WombThe history of wombteamPlantbaths and womb steam with teacher plants for healing and teachingsWhat are plant teachersThe frequencies of the plantsWomb work for ancestral work and honoring the cycles of lifeThe medicine of plant baths for those without a wombWebsite: https://www.wombnation.orgSocial Media handles: IG @JaguarWombanAwaken The Medicine Within - Retreats awakenthemedicinewithin.comONE MONTH FREE ACCESS to - Membership, Courses, and Community& 21 Days of Gratitude Course 

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience
{REDIFF} Best-Of #43 Marion Thelliez : Reliance et guérison du coeur (Méditation)

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 21:21


{REDIFFUSION} de l'épisode #19 du 19 juin 2020***Série Best-Of***Dans Métamorphose Méditation, Anne Ghesquière reçoit Marion Thelliez, naturopathe, auteure et co-fondatrice de Moonrise Retreats, des cercles de femmes et retraites pour vivre une vie d'abondance et s'épanouir à son plein potentiel. Marion est aussi formée au Hatha Yoga, à la permaculture, à la méditation et à la Communication Non Violente. Elle nous propose une méditation sur le thème de la reliance et de la guérison du coeur - Méditation #19Soyez les bienvenus dans Métamorphose Méditation : 21 jours de méditation pour cheminer jusqu'au solstice d'été !En ces temps de changements profonds, j'ai eu envie de proposer ce petit séjour quotidien de 20mn à l'intérieur de soi pour se sentir plus alignés, centrés et en cohérence, se sentir bien dans notre temple sacré, dans notre maison intérieure. Chaque jour, pendant ces 21 jours et jusqu'au 21 juin vous pourrez découvrir une pratique méditative avec un invité différent. Je ne peux que vous inciter à gouter à toutes ces voies et observer ce qui émerge en vous.Chaque invité a été sélectionné pour la qualité de sa pratique. Que vous preniez ce programme en cours de route ou dès le début n'a aucune importance, vous êtes les bienvenus sur le chemin ! Ce programme restera en libre accès, vous pourrez aussi y revenir à tout moment. Je vous souhaite des instants magiques avec vous-mêmes et pleinement en lien avec le frémissement du monde.Méditation avec Marion Thelliez :Je suis ravie d'accueillir Marion Thelliez, qui revient pour la 3ème fois dans Métamorphose. Elle est naturopathe, auteure et co-fondatrice de Moonrise Retreats, des cercles de femmes et retraites pour vivre une vie d'abondance et s'épanouir à son plein potentiel.Marion est aussi formée au Hatha Yoga, à la permaculture, à la méditation et à la CNV (communication non violente).Marion Thelliez es l'auteure, aux Editions Eyrolles, d'un livre intitulé Je me libère du sucre.Rejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter www.metamorphosepodcast.comSoutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu Métamorphose : www.patreon.com/metamorphoseRetrouvez Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et gagnez des surprises ;-)InstagramFacebookBonne écoutePhoto (c) Stéphane Remael Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Catch Cait
Tantric Hatha Yoga with Jenny Ní Ruiséil

Catch Cait

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 50:43


This week I chat with  Jenny Ní Ruiséil, teacher of Tantric Hatha Yoga, gaeilgeoir and hostess of Kirtan sessions.We talk yoga, ancestral ways, Gaeilge and reconnection to self through heart centred living.Check our her instagram for upcoming yoga teacher training, Kirtan and lots more.Patrons, thank you for your monthly contribution, if you value this podcast, please support and help me to maintain this work.It would mean everything to me and my bees.Stay earthing,Kate Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/adventures-with-kate. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Beyond the Illusion
S6 Ep. 11: Creative Wellness with Valerie Bachman

Beyond the Illusion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 56:04


Way back in 2019, (seems like ages ago, right?), we had Valerie Bachman as a guest to talk about sound healing in the first season of our podcast. Much has changed in the world since then, and also in Valerie's practice. She joins us in this episode to discuss the power of the subconscious mind, Emotion Code and Body Code, NLP and her amazing healing sanctuary space in Austin, Mandala Hills. Highlights: Mandala Hills continues to grow as a community based around nature, wellness and connection. What is Emotion Code and Body Code? Do these practices work remotely? Valerie walks us through the process -how it enables her to pinpoint the source of an issue. Most things that are out of alignment are due to what one key thing? Are misalignments always due to experiences in your life? Can Emotion Code & Body Code heal or clear into other generations, beyond just the person? Why is it so powerful to do healing work on the subconscious level? The value of both client and practitioner to flow with a session, releasing rigid expectations of what they want to happen. How does NLP work? Our incredible ability to harness our imagination for healing. The two paths that people tend to live from: either running from pain or towards pleasure. Many people don't realize they're constantly focusing on what they don't want. Valuable NLP practices anyone can do, like pattern interrupt and modeling The soaking culture in geothermal pools. Valerie Bachman is a passionate holistic therapist specializing in various modalities including sound, energy, body, mind and subconscious. She has completed Hatha Yoga and Childrens Teacher Training at Yoga Yoga, Austin, TX, attained Master Reiki Level, Certified Hypnosis Consultant, Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming, and Emotion Code and Body Code. To explore her services, visit www.valeriebachman.com. To learn more about her healing and retreat center, Mandala Hills, visit www.mandalahills.com. If you're enjoying listening to Beyond the Illusion Podcast, please leave a rating on Apple or Google Podcasts. This helps other people to find us.

Heaven & Healing Podcast
THE TRUTH ABOUT YOGA

Heaven & Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 129:10


The long awaited Heaven & Healing episode 17: The Truth About Yoga is finally here!   First and foremost, thank you so much for your patience with me as my transition moving from Pennsylvania to Tennessee has presented me with more challenges than anticipated, particularly with the set up of my new studio.   I want to preface this by saying THANK YOU for your donations. Thanks to you, the set up you see here - from desk, to chair, to lighting to background props was made possible due to your generosity. That being said, there is still much work to be done with this space. You can clearly hear the echo in this episode (which made me doubt if I should even post it at this time) and although I purchased and installed many soundproof panels for the walls, they all literally fell off within the first hour — hence, echo. I apologize for that. I am working on it.   If you would like to sow into my mission of exposing deceptions of New Age spirituality and the secular world, and aid me plant seeds for the Kingdom in sharing gospel and the truth of Christ with high quality production that will really help get Heaven & Healing into more people's eyes and ears, then please consider a financial contribution to this ministry here: https://donorbox.org/heaven-healing-podcast-ministry (link in bio) or my Venmo $angelamarieucci   In this conversation, I dive deep into the history, definitive context, and pagan-dominant roots of yoga. The research I share with you in this episode really goes to show how the yoga practice is intrinsically curated for the purposes of both self-salvation and worship of Hindu gods, and therefore cannot be seen as separate from these objective truths regardless of the yogi's subjective intent to practice.    Of all New Age/mindfulness/occultist (whatever you want to call it) practices, yoga is the one thing that I get the most push back from from Christians and non-Christians alike, claiming that yoga is totally experiential and simply innocuous stretching — so this episode is to educate Christians especially on this topic, so that moving forward, an informed decision can be made within the context of the yoga practice: does it truly bring glory to God to abide in a pagan vine that can never produce holy fruit?   I discuss the history, definitions, design and spiritual context surrounding the yoga practice, explaining why/how it is a physical divination practice and supplement Scripture as the testament to that truth, breakdown the difference between yoga and stretching, and present some alternative modalities of exercise.   As promised, all sources can be found here in the show notes. Don't forget to leave a 5-star rating, written review and subscribe to H&H if you haven't already!   +instagram: @angelamarieucci +SOW INTO THE MINISTRY HEAVEN & HEALING PODCAST MINISTRY WITH A DONATION: https://donorbox.org/heaven-healing-podcast-ministry OR Venmo $angelamarieucci   Sources: +https://mea.gov.in/in-focus-article.htm?25096/Yoga+Its+Origin+History+and+Development +https://www.worldhistory.org/shiva/ +http://hinduamerican.org/ +https://tarayogacentre.co.uk/ +https://yogapractice.com/  +https://yogainternational.com/profile/judith-lasater/ +https://www.yogajournal.com/yoga-101/seeking-samadhi/ +https://chopra.com/bio/anusha-wijeyakumar#:~:text=Anusha%20is%20a%20sought%2Dafter,North%20America%20and%20the%20UK +https://www.theguardian.com/world/2006/mar/05/india.theobserver +Christopher Wallis, Tantra Illuminated: The Philosophy, History, and Practice of a Timeless Tradition (Audible Audiobook Edition, 2016), ch. 100, 12:47:08 +James Mallinson, The Khecarividya of Adinatha: A Critical Edition and Annotated Translation of an Early Text of Hathayoga, (New York: Routledge, 2008), p. 186, note 129 +David White, The Alchemical Body: Siddha Traditions in Medieval India (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012), pp. 236-237 +https://pilatesmethodalliance.org/history-of-pilates/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA1sucBhDgARIsAFoytUvBHkRO1tRNLB-ZZEV_2vvRhKkkJxfMj8v1YTpsWxxo5jFOU3h2Od8aAtxfEALw_wcB +https://www.gotquestions.org/Christian-pilates.html +https://www.inc.com/bartie-scott/best-industries-2017-meditation-and-mindfulness-training.html +https://www.thetruelight.net/wp/10-yoga-poses-that-offer-worship-to-hindu-deities/ +https://www.ekhartyoga.com/articles/practice/6-sacred-yoga-poses

Yoga by Nature Podcast
Ep. 118: "Sparkle and Shine" L 1-2 Deep Dive Hatha Yoga Class

Yoga by Nature Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 63:03


Happy Winter everyone! This is a recording of a live class I taught last week. It's called Sparkle and Shine because it's dark outside and we need to search for the sparkles within.  If you have equipment, have 2 blocks, a belt and a blanket handy but don't worry if you don't have them.  Look out for a special solstice inner sparkle Nidra coming up next week.  Check us out at www.yogabynature.org , & find @yogabynatureuk on socials for competitions, interviews and all sorts.  Questions and comments to info@yogabynature.org Thank you!!!

Level Up Yoga Podcast
Love, Christmas, Yoga & Jesus

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 50:54


On this weeks episode of the podcast we chat about how we can relate Christmas to our yoga practice. Topics of conversation are: - The "lost years" of Jesus - Jesus as a Yogi - The 5 love languages - The 4 qualities of true love: Metta/Loving kindness, Karuna/Compassion, Mudita/Vicarious joy & Upeksha/Equinimity Sign up for our 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige Extra Reading: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas?fbclid=IwAR3dRUQuKn2q9e_dzyiTrTzEyi1Yk5ZTkUyOOT2hKcKvl6BHa_qqd4M2vco https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unknown_years_of_Jesus?fbclid=IwAR0xY0Qw8Hwyaas9X5hRTVM41Ymn8DjJLLm0ncSxuLLmQnjXsSPPsTlpfOo https://ocoy.org/original-christianity/the-christ-of-india/?fbclid=IwAR3bj88nQ3zpEscED-z-5sMW-NkNsuNJ6C60qGvFDWAUM0KbtwFNA_0iHCU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

Menopause Natural Solutions
Yoga and Menopause with Justine Thompson

Menopause Natural Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 39:56


Justine is a long-time student & passionate teacher of yoga. She is trained in the Anusara Yoga lineage, an alignment-based practice of Hatha Yoga.  Her experience of perimenopause collided with her role as a mother to teenagers & a total lack of understanding about what was happening to her. It was her yoga practice that helped her to release her resistance to aging & make positive changes to support her body.  Since then she has undertaken training in teaching yoga for menopause with Niamh Daly of Yinstinct Yoga, to better understand how to support women during all stages of menopause.  Now she is on a mission to share information & different techniques from yoga that can help women navigate this journey.  If you would like you can visit her website to learn more about her offerings www.justinethompsonyoga.com.au    

Let's Talk Yoga
The Missing Context of the 8 Limbs of Yoga with Prasad Rangnekar

Let's Talk Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 62:10


The 8 limbs of yoga are mentioned often in the modern yoga world. Especially if you've studied in yoga teacher training. But often, you're probably exploring only the very surface of this. The contextualization is missing. In this episode, our (repeat) guest Prasad Rangnekar dives deep into not only giving us a clear context of the 8 limbs in the grand scheme of yoga. But he clarifies how to move through the 8 limbs as a modern-day practitioner. Whether you think you know the 8 limbs of yoga or not, this conversation will be enriching. Episode highlightsHow central are the 8 limbs to yoga? The relationship between the margas & the 8 limbs Does everyone need to practice all 8 limbs? What have we lost sight of? Why do the yamas and niyamas start the 8 limbs? Asana in the past Shouldn't pratyahara be central to our yoga practice? Difference between dharana and dhyana Exploring Samadhi as a concept There's way more. I hope you continue to support this podcast and the generosity of the guests by supporting their work and ours. All the details and additional links can be found in our show notes. Guest Bio:Prasad Rangnekar, is a Yoga Educator from India who teaches in over 15 countries for the past 26 years. Prasad's Yoga education started at the age of 9, and over the last 36 years, he has been studying Yoga traditionally, in a lineage, as well as academically, at a university. Prasad regards meditative silence as his greatest teacher and goes into 3 month-long silence retreats every year.Prasad is associated with the Natha Lineage, the founding lineage of Hatha Yoga, over the last 16 years and has stayed and studied with Natha Yoga Masters in India and Nepal.WAITLIST - Pranayama Teacher Training 2022Find all the resources mentioned in this episodeConnect with us on InstagramJoin our mailing list

Trust Your Gut
28. How Lack of Safety and Emotional Wounds Manifest in the Mind-Body with Leashia Arrowsmith

Trust Your Gut

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 63:00


As a former nutrition coach and yoga teacher, Leashia felt she was living an extremely healthy life, yet she had strange symptoms and pains coming up. She shares what she discovered to be the cause of her symptoms, and what helped her regain her health. We discuss emotional wounds, intergenerational trauma, and the importance of feeling safety. Leashia Arrowsmith is a Trauma-Informed Motherhood Coach & Emotional Wellness Expert, Hatha Yoga & Meditation Teacher. Leashia is passionate about helping women who feel overwhelmed by the unseen mental and emotional load of motherhood - regulate their nervous systems and heal from the inside out - so that they can feel LESS triggered, MORE energized and DEEPLY connected to their loved ones. Find out more about Leashia: Heal In Motherhood Podcast Instagram More about Demi and Trust Your Gut: Get on the waitlist for the upcoming group program, Gut-Brain Healing Toolkit: Join Waitlist Take the free quiz: Gut Issues? Find Out If Your Nervous System Is The Cause! If this resonated with you, be sure to let me know over on: Instagram: @trustyourgut.health TikTok: @trustyourgut.health Book a free 30 minute discovery call with me HERE To find out more: www.trustyourguthealth.com Please SUBSCRIBE, leave a review, and share this podcast with anyone you think may benefit! Thank you!

Sadhguru Wisdom Story
Improve Your Brain's Memory & Recall - Hatha Yoga Sadhguru

Sadhguru Wisdom Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 11:42


Sadhguru talks about few exercise to apply ourself completely and improve our mind memory, efficiency and preciseness. More wisdom, join us in your favorite social media.. Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@sadhguruji Snapchat : @sadhgurustory Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/sadhgurustory/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sadhgurustory/message

Still Toking With
S3E24 - Still Toking with James Duval (Actor)

Still Toking With

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 79:39


Episode Notes Join us we dive deep into the mind of the one and only James Duval. He'll take us on his journey from "Totally Fucked Up" to "Gone in 60 Seconds" he may even get us a pizza for "Independence Day" or maybe tell us some "Tails from the other Side" ————————————————— This episode is sponsored by Deadly Grounds Coffee "Its good to get a little Deadly" https://deadlygroundscoffee.com ————————————————— Check out Toking with the Dead Episode 1 https://vimeo.com/ondemand/twtde1 Buy awesome Merchandise! https://www.stilltoking.com/ https://teespring.com/stores/still-toking-with ————————————— Follow James https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001166/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Duval https://www.instagram.com/realjamesduval/?hl=en https://twitter.com/realjamesduval?lang=en https://demoreel.com/james-duval https://www.cameo.com/jamesduval ————————————————— Follow Still Toking With and their friends! https://smartpa.ge/5zv1 https://thedorkeningpodcastnetwork.com/ ————————————— Produced by Leo Pond and The Dorkening Podcast Network https://TheDorkening.com Facebook.com/TheDorkening Youtube.com/TheDorkening Twitter.com/TheDorkening Dead Dork Radio https://live365.com/station/Dead-Dork-Radio-a68071 Check out Green Matters: https://www.facebook.com/GreenMattersMiddleboro/ Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1972. He moved to Los Angeles, California in 1974. He attended Gladstone High School in Covina, California from 1986 to 1989 as well attending Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, and Fair Valley in Covina. Although he was trained as a classical pianist as a child he eventually moved to the guitar. He used to play for "Antoneus Maximus & The Nuthouze Band" who had been playing gigs at local venues in Los Angeles. 2004 saw them working on their 1st album which included guest appearances by such luminaries as 'Apl.de.Ap', 'DjMotiv8' and 'Dante Santiago' from "Black Eyed Peas" as well as 'Kid' (Chris) from "Kid'N'Play". He practices/teaches Hatha Yoga in between films and now plays Guitar/Piano and sings in the band "Gene Wilder" with friends and fellow actors "Brian McGuire" and Brett Roberts". Duval is an American actor. He is known for his roles in the Gregg Araki Teenage Apocalypse film trilogy—Totally F***ed Up, The Doom Generation, and Nowhere. His other notable roles include Miguel in Independence Day (1996), Singh in Go (1999), Frank in Donnie Darko (2001), and Blank in May (2002). Duval has starred in numerous independent films, including the 2009 psychological thriller The Black Waters of Echo's Pond and the mystery crime-thriller film Noirland directed by Ramzi Abed. Find out more at https://still-toking-with.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/still-toking-with/f2d6fcca-ec0e-4d47-a4fb-181b8d3b517f This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Typical Skeptic Podcast
Mythos & Cosmogony, Anunna, History of Solar System - Tess Clark of Mythos Decoded & TSP

Typical Skeptic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 67:28


I have an inquisitive & skeptic mind, I'm an independent researcher, self published author, artist, web designer, video producer, star gazer, philosopher & nature lover. Have traveled around the world, and lived in several countries in North America and Europe. I believe traveling & living overseas, has allowed me to have a better understanding about human nature. My background: Art & Design BA. Consultant of Green & non-toxic Interiors, Edible Gardens & lived off-grid. I am fluent in English & Spanish; can read some Italian, French, Swedish and Latin. Raised in the Catholic faith. My Spiritual journey began in my early 20's when I traveled to India, New York & Mexico to study Hatha Yoga & Meditation. Learned several eastern healing modalities and worked as a Fitness Coach. I created Mythos Decoded, in hope to inspire and awaken an interest in reading and researching the works of ancient Greek Historians, World Mythologies, Sacred Texts and Plasma Physics, in order to comprehend our dysfunctional civilization & learn more about the fascinating, and often very frightening world our ancestors experienced & incredibly, were able to survive the catastrophes; analyzing the information through a new lens & with a new perspective from Plasma Astrophysics which unlike mainstream theories, it is proven in the laboratory. Looking for answers to the questions we might have regarding "Reality," the "Meaning & Purpose of Life" & "Good & Evil" in the texts left to us by the ancients and the many epics and stories of World Creations, which perhaps were written as the true sagas of our forebears, Earth and of the Solar System. I encourage you to analyze the information and sources, ponder on its meaning and come up with your own conclusions. In my analysis, I attempt to be objective & respectful. Peace be with you! Tess Tess Clark youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOfNBySZ3_1RsPrtnmcBAUQ Tess Clark Mythos Decoded Website: https://mythosdecoded.wixsite.com/mythos/about For more typical skeptic podcasts: www.youtube.com/c/typicalskeptic www.anchor.fm/typical-skeptic www.rokfin.com/typicalskeptic www.rumble.com/typicalskeptic #mythos #cosmogony #anunnaki #typical_skeptic #podcast #youtubepremiere #tessclark to donate: buymeacoffee.com/typicalseptic Affiliates: Natural Shilajit and Monoatomic Gold from Healthy Nutrition LLC. use code: ROB And my affiliate link to share: https://glnk.io/77v6/3 GODDESSES OF EROS AND SECRET KNOWLEDGE COURSES BY DR. KUJAWA https://courses.sacredstories.com/cou... Use Code: Eros --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typical-skeptic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/typical-skeptic/support

The Leaders Lab
Part 2 : A Talk About Psychedelics With Tommy Rosen

The Leaders Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:01


Alternative medicines (LSD, Mushrooms, Ayahuasca, Peyote, and MDMA) and micro-dosing are getting a lot of attention. Are they the savers of our souls or dangerous drugs? What can we learn from them? What are the benefits and dangers? Over the next two weeks, we will take a deep dive with Tommy Rosen.Tommy Rosen is an internationally renowned yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last 3 decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery from addiction. Tommy teaches yoga at conferences, festivals, retreats, and online throughout the year, sharing the power of breath and movement to build vitality, boost immunity and live optimally.He is the founder and CEO of Recovery 2.0, where he has created the Recovery 2.0 Global Community, the Recovery 2.0 Online Conference series, the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching Program, and the Recovery 2.0 Coach Training.Tommy's first book, Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life (Hay House), was published to International acclaim and continues to transform the lives of readers across the globe. To Learn more about Tommy, please visit:www.r20.com](http://www.r20.com/To learn more, visit:https://www.theleaderslab.co/.Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/

Mindalia.com-Salud,Espiritualidad,Conocimiento
Yoga Hormonal para la Fertilidad y la Menopausia. Entrevista a Amaia Ariztegi

Mindalia.com-Salud,Espiritualidad,Conocimiento

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 49:33


A través de este método podrás prevenir molestias provenientes del desequilibrio hormonal producido por factores medioambientales, dieta, estrés, ansiedad, insomnio o genética. Consta de una serie de ejercicios dinámicos provenientes de diferentes tradiciones del yoga: hatha, kundalini, yoga nidra y yoga energético tibetano. Es un acercamiento holístico a nuestro cuerpo, trabajando tanto a nivel físico, emocional, psíquico y energético. Amaia Ariztegi Instructora oficial certificada de Yoga Terapia Hormonal. Terapeuta corporal de Hatha Yoga, Yoga Prenatal, Chi Kung de la mujer y Sexualidad Femenina. Licenciada en Sociología. Guía turística en Europa. https://www.lamujerhabitada.com/ https://www.instagram.com/amaia_ariztegi/ https://www.facebook.com/amaialamujerhabitada Infórmate de todo el programa en: http://television.mindalia.com/category/conferencias-en-directo/ ***CON PREGUNTAS AL FINAL DE LA CONFERENCIA PARA RESOLVER TUS DUDAS **** Si te parece interesante.... ¡COMPÁRTELO!! :-) DURACIÓN: 45m Aproximadamente ------------INFORMACIÓN SOBRE MINDALIA----------DPM Mindalia.com es una ONG internacional sin ánimo de lucro. Nuestra misión es la difusión universal de contenidos para la mejora de la consciencia espiritual, mental y física. -Apóyanos con tu donación en este enlace: https://streamelements.com/mindaliaplus/tip -Colabora con el mundo suscribiéndote a este canal, dejándonos un comentario de energía positiva en nuestros vídeos y compartiéndolos. De esta forma, este conocimiento llegará a mucha más gente. - Sitio web: https://www.mindalia.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindalia.ayuda/ - Twitter: http://twitter.com/mindaliacom - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindalia_com/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mindaliacom - Vaughn: https://vaughn.live/mindalia - Odysee: https://odysee.com/@Mindalia.com *Mindalia.com no se hace responsable de las opiniones vertidas en este vídeo, ni necesariamente participa de ellas. *Mindalia.com no se responsabiliza de la fiabilidad de las informaciones de este vídeo, cualquiera sea su origen. *Este vídeo es exclusivamente informativo. #AmaiaAriztegi #YogaHormonal #Menopausia

glowgetter affirmations
Interview with a Yogi: Kundalini Yoga, Chakra System & the Importance of Self Awareness

glowgetter affirmations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 47:28


Sending Love & Light to you GlowGetters! I am so grateful that you are on this Earth journey with me. Welcome to our Chakra Activation series, this episode will dive into Kundalini Yoga, breathing techniques and the influence of our Chakras. Enjoy the flow of my conversation with Yogi & Healer Nia Nyree. ✨ Kundalini Yoga combines breathing exercises, yoga postures, repetitive movement, meditation, mantra chanting and other Hatha Yoga and Sikh techniques to awaken the body's kundalini energy. Let's activate the kundalini energy within to create an ultimate state of bliss.  Healing Modalities & Resources from Kundalini Yogi Nia Nyree:  For Yogi Resources, Visit crystalsnkundalini.com Connect with her on Instagram @crystalsnkundalini11 Connect with her on Facebook Nia Brown  Introducing our Self-Love Inner Healing Work, a digital download with shadow work journal prompts, meditations, affirmations, daily acts of self love, visualization techniques & more. Set with the intention to help you heal on your earth journey. Key Features: ✅ Follows Season 2 of the podcast ✅ 11 Inner Healing Sets ✅ 51 page bundle printable or downloadable Download to Begin Healing: https://earthunleashedco.com/products/self-love-inner-healing-journal-e-journal *CREATE YOUR OWN SELF LOVE BOX with EarthUnleashed Co., https://earthunleashedco.com/** Join our Earthy Email List for a FREE 7-day Intentional Self Love Calendar || https://view.flodesk.com/pages/628f81112aa7e48542ff18ed By supporting this podcast with an energy exchange, you help sustain future episodes to expand the glow within. My intention is to lead you to yourself. Rate the show: You are here because you align with the high frequency of glowgetter affirmations, please rate the show to let others know the impact this podcast is having on you through your Earth Experience. Send us a Voice Note to be FEATURED on the podcast!:  Leave a voice memo  with your growth, thoughts, feelings & anything you would love to share! Peace glowgetters & Stay glowed up! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/self-acceptancepodcast/message

The Leaders Lab
Part 1 : A Talk About Psychedelics with Tommy Rosen

The Leaders Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 28:16


Alternative medicines (LSD, Mushrooms, Ayahuasca, Peyote, and MDMA) and micro-dosing are getting a lot of attention. Are they the savers of our souls or dangerous drugs? What can we learn from them? What are the benefits and dangers? Over the next two weeks, we will take a deep dive with Tommy Rosen.Tommy Rosen is an internationally renowned yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last 3 decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery from addiction. Tommy teaches yoga at conferences, festivals, retreats, and online throughout the year, sharing the power of breath and movement to build vitality, boost immunity and live optimally.He is the founder and CEO of Recovery 2.0, where he has created the Recovery 2.0 Global Community, the Recovery 2.0 Online Conference series, the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching Program, and the Recovery 2.0 Coach Training.Tommy's first book, Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life (Hay House), was published to International acclaim and continues to transform the lives of readers across the globe. To Learn more about Tommy, please visit:http://www.r20.com/To learn more, visit:https://www.theleaderslab.co/.Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-eslick/

Curious Ones By Yandara
Conscious Entrepreneurship with Sridhar Silberfein

Curious Ones By Yandara

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 58:12


Sridhar Silberfein, entrepreneur and event producer, is the founder of Bhakti Fest- a world renowned festival for spirituality that has hosted world class teachers, artists, and thought leaders, including Ram Dass, Deepak Chopra, Krishna Das, Radhanath Swami, and many more. He has studied Hatha Yoga, philosophy, and kirtan with Swami Satchidananda and others. In this conversation with our host Yael Ginzburg, Sridhar speaks about the time needed for dreams to develop and manifest, the lightness of success and failure, not letting others discourage us from doing what we want, the importance of having a foundation of unconditional love and spirituality, his relationship with Guru Ama, and more. Join their next retreat at Yandara this coming November! Bhakti Fest's website Bhakti Fest's Instagram @bhakti_fest Check out the different experiences Yandara offers on our website Yandara's Instagram @yandarayoga Yael's Instagram @yaelginzburg

SoulFull Veda
Embodying the Principles of Ayurveda to a Modern Context with an Ayurvedic Doctor + Business Owner

SoulFull Veda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 46:55


Tiffany is an International Teacher, Ayurvedic Practitioner (Doctor), and a Lover of Life, Tiffany shares the gifts of Meditation, Yoga & Ayurveda globally. Tiffany grew up in the quiet and solitude of the Canadian countryside but life quickly directed her to journey to India and Thailand in her early 20s, where she lived for many years and was given the opportunity to study and submerge herself in ongoing teachings and extensive retreats with her teachers, immersing herself deeply into Advaita Vedanta, Tantra, Hatha Yoga & Ayurveda. Tiffany is most known for bringing her clarity of sight and commitment towards revealing truth into each of her seamless offerings. The inspired teachings that pour through her are a direct expression of her visibly open heart, coupled with a depth of presence. Today, She is the founder of Vichara Yoga, a very unique offering of Classical Yoga that combines the fullness of the Tantric Hatha Yoga Path along with deep Inquiry & Meditative presence. She has also founded Rasa Ayurveda, a School, Clinical Practice & Apothecary sharing the authentic, healing wisdom of Ayurveda. In this episode we dive into: Intro Angelica: Aligning spiritual business to the cycles of the moon has been absolutely essential for thriving both spiritually and materially. When we are out of alignment with nature, we are prone to burnout. This means getting chronically ill, feeling exhausted, lack of creativity and joy from our work. Not only can aligning with the cycles of the moon heal us, it can make us THRIVE. We were meant to take time to pause and rest in between saving the world by stepping into our dharma. Stay tuned in the coming days as we dive into each dosha moon cycle and how you can start living in alignment! Join the Divine Feminine Business here! How Tiffany started growing her business with yoga and Ayurveda Why retreating is important for our soul and very impactful in our life How are dharma and ayurvedic principles uniquely expressed through her apothecary business How she applied the wisdom of Ayurveda in the modern context How the herbs help her formulate the apothecary line in Rasa Ayurveda Challenges in bringing sustainability to her business Receive 10% off your full order of Rasa Ayurveda- a full Ayurvedic apothecary line- use ANGELICANERI at checkout here. Here is the yoni egg, yoni elixir and ayurvedic cacao I am absolutely loving! Tiffany's Yoga classes here Follow her in IG @tiffany.nicholson.smith @rasa_ayurveda Follow Angelica @angelica_feminine_healer Apply for the Divine Feminine Business Academy

Keen on Yoga Podcast
#107 – Keen on Yoga Podcast with James Mallinson

Keen on Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 59:03


Our sponsor for this episode is Momence, the booking system we use for yoga classes, workshops, events, etc.  From independent teachers wanting to take bookings and payments online to multi-site studios wanting to replace outdated and expensive systems, Momence is easy to use for you and your customers.  It reduces hours of admin and offers live chat help.  For a 2-month free trial, click the link:  https://momence.com/lp/keen-on-yoga  James Mallinson is Senior Lecturer in Sanskrit and Classical and Indian Studies at SOAS, University of London. His interest in yoga grew out of a fascination for India and Indian asceticism – he spent several years living with Indian ascetics and yogis, in particular Rāmānandī Tyāgīs. His MA thesis, part of a major in ethnography, was on Indian asceticism. He became frustrated, however, with (to quote Sheldon Pollock) the “hypertrophy of method” that afflicts much of the humanities, and anthropology in particular, so sought to ground his future research in philology. The one aspect of ascetic practice that is well represented in Sanskrit texts is yoga, so for his doctoral thesis he chose to edit an early text on haṭhayoga, the Khecarīvidyā, which teaches in detail khecarīmudrā, one of traditional haṭhayoga's most important practices, and he used fieldwork among traditional yogis in India to shed light on the text's teachings. As he worked on his thesis he became more and more unsure that the received wisdom on the origins of haṭhayoga (whose practices form the basis of much of modern yoga) was correct, in particular its blanket attribution to the Nāth sect, based as that wisdom was on a very small selection of the available texts and modern oral history (which is rarely a reliable source in India). But it was clear that to put his work in the broader context was going to be impossible while working on his thesis. When he was revising it for publication a few years after completing it, he was asked to contribute to a volume on the Nāths and their literature. He agreed and decided to concentrate on the corpus of texts of haṭhayoga. It soon became apparent that this was going to be too big a task for a single chapter of a book and he apologised to the volume's editor but continued with his research. Four years on he has identified a corpus of eight works that teach early haṭhayoga and about a dozen more that contribute to its classical formulation in the Haṭhapradīpikā. With this philological basis established it has been possible at last to put all of haṭhayoga's aspects into context, which is what he is doing in the monograph on which he is currently working, Yoga and Yogis: The Texts, Techniques and Practitioners of Early Haṭhayoga. Many of the conclusions that can be drawn from the corpus and the other sources he uses (from Mughal miniatures to his fieldwork amongst traditional yogis) overturn what was previously thought about yoga's formative period. Although he has decided to present the bulk of the findings in a single monograph (because its parts are all so interdependent), in the course of working on it he has written various spin-off articles and reviews on specific aspects of haṭhayoga. Between September 2015-2020, Mallinson was the Principle Investigator of The Haṭha Yoga Project (HYP), a five-year research project funded by the European Research Council and based at SOAS, University of London which aims to chart the history of physical yoga practice by means of philology, i.e. the study of texts on yoga, and ethnography, i.e. fieldwork among practitioners of yoga. From January 2021, Mallison has been the lead on three year project entitled “Light on Hatha Yoga: A critical edition and translation of the Haṭhapradīpikā, the most important premodern text on physical yoga” funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the German Research Foundation Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). He has been interviewed on yoga for BBC Radio on Beyond Belief and for the Secret History of Yoga. More information about Dr Mallinson's work, his CV and publications, many of them downloadable, can be found here, and on his website: www.khecari.com ************************************************************************ SUPPORT US Donate: https://keenonyoga.com/donate/ Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/infoRf CONNECT WITH KEEN ON YOGA Instagram Keen on Yoga: https://www.instagram.com/keen_on_yoga/ Instagram Adam Keen: https://www.instagram.com/adam_keen_ashtanga/ Website: https://keenonyoga.com/ Workshops: https://keenonyoga.com/workshops/ MEMBERSHIP https://keenonyoga.com/membership/ Exclusive content, yoga & lifestyle tips, live Zoom meet ups with Adam & more. €10 per month, cancel at any time.

Level Up Yoga Podcast
7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 7 Practice "Restoring Balance"

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 22:31


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! Todays practice is a simple yin yoga sequence to restore balance to the body & create some space for rest. A perfect ending to our 7 day challenge & an opportunity to reflect on our week of practice. We hope you've enjoyed practicing with us for the past week. Thank you so much for joining the challenge! Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

Level Up Yoga Podcast
7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 7 Conversation "The Importance of Rest"

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 23:55


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! Todays conversation is centred around rest & why it is SO important for our health. We hope you've enjoyed practicing with us for the past week. Thank you so much for joining the challenge! Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

Level Up Yoga Podcast
7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 6 Practice "Cleanse & Purify"

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 21:16


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! In todays practice we utilise both kriya & mudra to cleanse the body. This is an opportunity to detoxify through the breath & delve into some of the more subtle & esoteric practices of hatha yoga. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

Level Up Yoga Podcast
7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 6 Conversation "Purification & Hatha Yoga"

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 27:11


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! In todays conversation we speak to the importance of purification & detoxification in hatha yoga. We chat about the various types of "toxins" that can seep into our lives & why the path of Yoga asks us to cleanse. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

Spiritual Dope
Spirituality with Breathwork Ryan McElvenny

Spiritual Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 56:59


Learn more about Ryan here: https://ryanmcelvenny.com/about   Want to know more about today's podcast promo? Check here: The Skeptic Metaphysician Intro Guy 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one up to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you could have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general, you're so limited thought process Rest assured, you are not alone. The world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the question you never even knew to ask, but knew the answers to questions about you this world the people in it? Most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't even have all the answers, but we sure do love living in the question. Time for another hit of spiritual dub with your host, Brandon Handley. Let's get right into today's episode. Brandon Handley 0:42 Their spiritual dope I'm on with a special guest today it is Ryan McAvennie. Right I get that right? That's correct. Yeah, so listen, for the for the people that have been on this podcast for a while and hang hung out for a while. Sometimes I really jack up like the the last name or any part of the name, right. And I think one of the things that we we learn here is pay attention to your intuition. I was getting ready to start off and I was like, You know what? Let me ask real quick, right. Let me just make sure. And, you know, Ryan Ryan helped me make sure that I said his name correctly. Right. He's got a lot going on guys. He's got a background in medicine. He's been in a Buddhist, you know, you are in a monastery for like four years, you've traveled around the world. And you're deep into this breathwork you're still pretty young, I would say right now at this point in time, I wish I'd found it kind of at your age and had the journey that you did. But once you explain to everybody why you're on and kind of where you're at. Ryan M 1:45 Sure. So for me, just to clarify, it was a tantric ashrams. So we, we were following more Yogic and Tantric principles and studying these and other than Buddha, I spent a little bit of time with Buddhism in Thailand. And then I was in a process of, you know, I was in a process of exploring a lot of different things. And I was also in a process of really exploring my own darkness and the depths of my darkness and going into quite a dark period of my life. And that, that essentially brought me to where I am now, because it kind of broke me down. And I ended up in India, and I met this tantric school, I ended up going deep into that and moving to Denmark, where they had their second biggest ashram, and then living there working for that school, studying and practicing very, very intensely periods where it was seven hours a day for seven months while working more than full time hours. So it's quite quite an intense life. Not necessarily what when I first mentioned that I was in an ashram, a lot of people imagine this very, very relaxing kind of lifestyle, but because we were Tantrics and karma Yogi's, we loved the intensity. And that's what we were cultivating this capacity to stay centered in intensity. And this is still very much the, in a way, the core of my entire, the way that I live my life and the way that I share these techniques and teachings that I share now. So since leaving that ashram, I came to a point where I felt that what we were being taught in the ashram made more sense to practice in the world than in the ashram. So Tantra is a is a philosophy that's very much something to be practiced in the world rather than in isolation. And so I left and I started teaching the techniques that I'm still practicing that I, I learned the foundations of there, and they've continued to develop. And I was teaching one on one for about a year. And about six months ago, I started to teach groups, these techniques. And in around when this should be airing, or maybe a couple of weeks out, I'll be launching a new platform, which will go even deeper into some of the techniques that I learned there. And a lot of that is about working with the breath and working with different ancient techniques from the hatha yoga tradition, but bringing them kind of up to a more modern standard. So understanding what's actually going on when we're using these techniques, and understanding the mechanics behind them both on a physical and we could say an energetic or spiritual level. So that's kind of what what I'm up To these days, Well, right now, honestly, I'm settling into my new home in Mexico. And that's been more of a process than I expected it to be. But once I'm settled, then it's straight back to developing this platform and teaching, teaching these techniques, including meditation and breath techniques. Brandon Handley 5:25 Now fantastic. So look, before we dive into all of it, right, and that's awesome. You've been so deep into this, and again, to the people that are tuning in, and listen today, if you haven't checked out, you know, make sure you go check out his Instagram, because he doesn't, you know, really amazing postures and, you know, exercises that really kind of blow my mind, right. I'm like, I'm at the beginning of the beginning of the beginning. And Ryan's, you know, definitely further along than I am, he talks about doing seven hours of meditation a day, for seven months straight, I might do seven hours and seven months, if we're just calling it, calling it out. But that doesn't mean that I won't do it and use it. So I mean, that's pretty intense and awesome. So we're gonna dive into all of it. So Ryan, I just like to start these off with the whole idea, right? That you and I are basically conduits for universal energy, right? You and I are here for really everybody else's highest and best good, right? We're here for service. And somebody listening to this podcast today. They're gonna, they're not gonna hear that you and I talking? They're, they're gonna hear a message that's specifically for them. Right? And it's can only be delivered through you to them on this platform in this moment. What is that message today? Ryan M 6:48 Well, I feel that different people will be in different places and take different things from but for me, what, what is one of the core messages that I really try to get across to people is the importance of cultivating a dedicated daily practice, whether that be five minutes, or 10 minutes, or, as it was my case, it's sometimes seven hours. And whether it's five minutes or seven hours, it doesn't really matter. It depends on what we want to offer to the practice and what we are kind of aiming for the practice to help us to achieve. But especially for, I would say, especially for men, this daily aspect to it is very important, this this dedication, this this fire. And this is one of the things that I always try to encourage people to embrace. Because, I mean, you kind of mentioned that a little bit before we started recording. But there is so much what I would call the plague of vagueness in modern spirituality. And actually, when we when we look at yoga, traditional yoga, so yoga, now, it comes to mean just postures, but yoga. Asana is one part of yoga postures are one part of yoga. And Yoga itself is, in fact, a very, very detailed and almost scientific system for Spiritual Development for development of the person, like even outside of the spirit, development of the capacity to control the attention, the capacity to move our energy and not be moved by our energy, if that intuitively makes sense to you guys. And when we start to practice daily, we start to see the impacts that it can have for us in and there's a number of like I can I can elaborate on that quite a bit. But I don't I don't want to jump ahead and jump too much into that. Brandon Handley 9:03 No, thank you. And I think that that's awesome. Right. Like you said, Absolutely. There's there's a vagueness, right. And it can it can be a little little maddening. Because like, let's have a conversation. But let's also lay in the plane, right? And understand and come to an understanding of what that looks like. And when you talk about, hey, yoga, yoga, like you said, is been westernized, right, we take, we see something happening, and we see the outside effects of it. And we're like, oh, we want that. And we do all the outside exercise and stuff. And I feel like that's it. Right. But really, as you're saying, as you're as you're talking like there's a there's a greater depth to this. And the development isn't just your glutes, right? Your development isn't just a you look good and yoga pants. It's like there's a whole like there's a whole like inner work as a matter of fact, all of it The should kind of boils down to like this inner work and its inner process, this inner knowing and development that, um, hopefully I think is growing right. I feel like that awareness is growing at this point. Yeah, I Ryan M 10:12 definitely thought that it is, I feel that we're at a, almost a tipping point in terms of the way that the collective subconscious and the way that the collective consciousness is expanding, and I feel that people are definitely like, and the other thing is that, honestly, even when I first started teaching, I never use the word yoga. I never use the word Tantra because I don't necessarily want people to associate these transformative techniques with their prior held notions about what yoga is. And so I feel that, you know, whether it's how popular mindfulness meditation is becoming or meditation in general. You know, Asana is one thing now we got Wim Hof was really spearheading the breathwork movement. And now we're getting more and more breath practitioners who are realizing what a powerful tool for transformation that is, we don't need to call it yoga for it to be a powerful tool, you know, and it doesn't need to necessarily have exactly the same overall goal as the yogi's had, which was liberation, because what is liberation, it's the removal of all of the programs that we've had put into our subconscious. And this is once we are free from that we're free, right? And that's kind of what we're, we're faced with, and what we're more and more, I feel more and more people are starting to become aware of how much in a sense to say it very directly. And a lot of people get very triggered by these kinds of terms, how much we are automatons conditioned by our previous experiences. Rather than being like, consciously engaged with the world, we're really engaged with the world through this filter of past experience. And that, to me, is like the essence of yoga is removing that filter. And I feel that, that that is becoming more and more popular now that that awareness of that those programs and this desire to, to at least choose which programs we have, if not to remove them completely, is becoming more and more widespread. And I feel that that's very beautiful. And the yogic thing is that once we realize that, that's what we want to cultivate. We can see that the yogic technologies, whether it's, you know, Asana is a very useful technology, but even more so when we start getting into working with the breath. When we start getting into one pointed meditation. These are very, very effective tools for exactly that for removing our conditioning, and then making space for us to choose the way that we want to be in the world. Now, I will add one caveat that I think that there is always a danger when things start becoming we can say like more mainstream, that the evidence can get larger. So for example, mindfulness meditation has become very, very popular. And it's become very popular because it now has clinical trials that support its efficacy in certain realms. And it's been shown to be very, very effective for reducing stress for harmonizing the nervous system for reducing reactivity and allowing us more space to choose the way that we want to engage with the world. The trouble with that is that for the yogi's, for example, and even for the Buddha's mindfulness, meditation was not an end in itself, it is a intermediary phase towards a higher state of meditation, where we really enter this, you know, states of silence, which have fallen a little bit out of vogue, because they are quite, you know, the, the learning curve to access them is quite high. And so we've kind of settled for the intermediary stage. The danger is that we'll go ahead Brandon Handley 14:33 go ahead. Well, I mean, so let's let's pause there for a second right, you got a lot a lot in there and then it's awesome. It's all like new stuff that I agree with and subscribe to. So that's why it's awesome. And I'm not looking for an echo chamber though, right? It's like okay, you know, you you've gone and you've lived like you've lived this right? And you're you're currently living it which is great. Yeah, and if you don't mind you mind if I give a little blurb on like, the pre, how you before the before times before you started doing the breath work and other stuff that's on your site, right? Like, I mean, you, you know, and and I bring it up because you know, plant medicine and hallucinogenics and psychedelics are a big part of this, all this right now, right, this mental health space, I went through it too, right and, and the reason I bring it up too is I want to, I want to touch on the idea that the work that you're doing in the breath work and this yogic work, and the stuff that you can do on your own, is almost more intense, cleaner and better, in a sense, right? Like I think of, I think of kind of, like, you know, like LSD or hallucinogens are almost pale in comparison to the reality of what you can create by through this breath work and some of the other stuff, right, and some of the, some of the takeaways and connections that you can establish that are long term versus when the trip wears off, you're like, well, that's over. And that sucks, right? Because now you've got this thing that you've created and sustain, you've got a sustainable connection effect that it doesn't require you Ryan M 16:23 even more dangerous, when it wears off. Yeah, and we don't even realize it's worn off. And we think we're still there. So when we're acting like we're still there, but it's not showing up in how we engage with the world. This, this is something that I've really, what I would say is that there's a difference between experience and integration. And we live in a society now that is far more, I would even say obsessed with the experience, we want to have the intense experience, we think that the experience itself will transform us. But there's no space given to the importance of integration. Without integrating the experience fully. As you said, it wears off, it doesn't really make the deep transformations that we're longing for. And we hold on to this, I like this, somehow mental idea or this memory of the experience as if that transformed us. But it really, most of the time, it's not the experience itself that's transforming to us, it's the integration. And so these tools, what I feel is that psychedelics are an incredibly, incredibly powerful tool to be shown things. So we see a lot when we and I still, you know, since it during my time in the ashram, these kinds of things were strictly forbidden, since leaving, I feel, you know, firstly, and let go of the dogmas that were there. And I want to engage with everything consciously, rather than reject some things and prioritize others. And so for me, I enjoy very much psilocybin and mushrooms in recent times, but what I've noticed is that these are very powerful tools for seeing certain things. But then it's my daily spiritual practice, which are my practice of breath and meditation, my transformational practices, which allow me to integrate the lessons from what I've seen, so that I can actually change the way that I engage with the world. That That makes sense. Brandon Handley 18:40 Right? Yeah, I mean, absolutely. Right. I think that it's like you're saying, The, we've got this propensity to chase the experience, right? Or even hold on, like you said, Hold on to the memory of the experience, even with the breath work, right? I mean, we can have this intense, powerful breath work experience. And the next time we go in, we're like, I want I want what I just had last time. Right? And, you know, to that end, Ryan, since we're talking about it, right. And again, all the conversation about the removal of the filters, right? Talk about that all the time, right? I love the idea too, that you're taking, you're saying, you know, let's remove yoga, let's remove this other any other language that directly identifies this as like yoga or something else, because that makes it that makes it accessible to everybody. So because if you say this is a yogic practice, somebody's like, well, you know, I tried yoga once and that's just not for me, right? Because they've got this memory again, and they created a filter to that. Right? So you remove some of those filters so that they can you know, remove all the filters or like you said, consciously engage in cut like say, hey, you know what? This is dumb. model that I had before this is the program that I had been using previously, I recognize this now as the program. What program do I want to run now? Right? Like, you know, for a while Ryan, you were running the ashram program, now you're running this other program, right? So like, you know, consciously saying, right, this is the this is the, this is the new program, right? This is the old program, it worked for a little while, it got loaded, I changed a couple pieces of code. And we're going to run this new program and see how that that goes, but doing it at a conscious level, like you're talking about, and being fully aware of how you feel in this moment, and whether or not that's an alignment, Ryan M 20:40 are really able to connect to how we feel in each moment, programs become much less necessary. And then you can really, so one, one thing that I've really noticed, and this is I'm going to talk more genuinely about personal development, is that the trend in personal development is this introduced the introduction of new programs to sit on top of the old programs. So if you have somebody that's very shy, one of the examples I use, and I'm not, I'm not necessarily criticizing or judging this, but if you have a man who's very shy, he might go out and learn game so that he gets confident to go out and speak to women, he introduces a new program on top of the shyness, but it doesn't really do anything to heal that that wound that's inside that's, that's causing that, that set of circumstances, it's a new program. And the programs tend to compare against each other. And sometimes one is the dominant program. And other times the other is the dominant program. But the biggest problem with this is that when we introduce new programs, we are introducing the program that we believe is most beneficial to us from the place of the mind. So it might not even be the case. And even if it is the case that that is the program that's best for us, it's best in this circumstance in this moment. If that same man enters into a long term relationship after those experiences, he now has his shyness to contend to in terms of dealing with his lover, and he now has all of these essentially quite objectifying programs which he's introduced, when it comes to dealing with his lover it's not so harmonious for that new situation. So it's a little bit out there but for me, then the best thing from my perspective is not to focus on the introduction of new programs, but to focus on the removal of programs and the connecting to how I feel in each moment being aware of my inner processes in each moment so that I can come from a place that's that's genuine that's not programmed that spontaneous that's fresh and and responsive to reality rather than reactive to my past experiences or my kind of Yeah, I don't want to say program too much but programs beliefs Brandon Handley 23:27 Sure, so I mean your your current your current beliefs, right is kind of how you would just say these are my current beliefs and how do I how do I take a look at my current beliefs and determine whether or not they're still good for me? Right and then you've got a process that sounds like a they're bringing you a quick interruption of this podcast is share a trailer of another podcast this is known as just kind of a podcast trailer exchange of a podcast that you may be interested check it out. Unknown Speaker 24:04 My name is Wil Geary and unlike Mulder and Scully, both want to believe we've embarked on a journey of discovery we've talked to people deeply entrenched in the spiritual and metaphysical world, we've thrown ourselves into weird and wonderful experiences. I've joined a coven of witches. Wait, you joined a coven? Yep, all in the interest of finding something anything that will prove that there's something beyond this physical three dimensional world we all live in? This is the skeptic metaphysicians join us every week as we explore a new corner of this weirdly wonderful universe always keeping a pragmatic eye on the subject. You don't live entirely in the womb, the womb, the womb, what's the womb you know, the womb that doesn't help them go woowoo you know the woowoo Why didn't you say that? I'm sure I did. Catch us on your favorite podcast platform across the world on select radio stations, skeptic metaphysician, your world will never be the same. Brandon Handley 25:00 And now back to our regularly scheduled program. Like where you could help me. So that process focus very Ryan M 25:09 much on these techniques, which I mean, particularly one one technique in particular, which have called diaphragm hacking, which is based in very, very considered to be a very high yogic technology. And it's kind of I don't use the original yogic name for two reasons. The first one because it can be alienating to people who don't care about Sanskrit, but also because that technique will that name has been attributed to a technique, which is not really on the same level, it's, it's, as you said, it's a very superficial understanding of that ancient technique. And what this does is it does a couple of things. But in terms of what we're talking about right now, it has a almost direct capacity to interface with and, and on unright programs. So I'm a completely different person than I was six years ago, when I started to practice this technique. Six years ago, I was someone who was completely controlled by my desires and addictions, I was addicted to weed, I was an alcoholic, I was very addicted to pornography, and addicted to sex. And I was very, very angry all the time. And this was a very heavy program for me to to start to unright. And the main, one of the main tools has been going into, essentially, like, when we work with the breath, we're interfacing directly with the nervous system, the breath is known in yoga, and now in kind of modern terms as the gateway between the conscious and the subconscious, because it's the only one to take it to modern terms, it is the only one of our autonomic nervous functions. So the functions of the nervous system which happen automatically without our conscious, you know, our us putting our hand on it consciously, it's the only one that we can start to control. Without too much prior training, you need a little bit of training, but anybody can sit down. And if you tell them, Okay, slow down your breath, they can start to try to slow down their breath, they have that capacity. And this means that it's this gateway between what we call the somatic nervous system, the functions that we have direct control over, and the autonomic nervous system, the functions that we have, that we normally don't have control of. And through interfacing into the nervous system, this way, we can start to essentially rewire it to underwrite those pathways. Because, again, I don't want to get too technical, but I'm just going to make another relation between ancient yogic science and modern science, modern behavioral science is that in yogic science, we have what's called samskaras. People often talk about karma. It's a very misunderstood concept. And it's very, very, like, it's a very high concept is the thing when when you actually get into it, but what I feel is more relatable is the one of samskaras, which are referred to as these groups. So samskaara literally means this group, and it's this idea that every time we have a thought, every time we do an action, we scrape a groove a little bit deeper. And that means that it's easier for the knife we can say to follow up to fall into that path and follow it again each time. Does that make sense? Brandon Handley 28:59 Absolutely, I mean, look, it's like a meal for anybody that's ever held a record. Right? Like, I mean, this the same thing, right? You've got this. You've got the needle that that's going to keep staying in that track. And so like, you know, it's disrupted, right. So yeah, that makes sense. I love that love the imagery in Ryan M 29:17 terms of yogic science as a result of the groups that we've built up, either in this life or in the yogic idea and past lives also, but we'll keep it a bit more relatable and just say, in this life, we we start to be taught certain behaviors from a very young age, we start to have certain thought patterns from a very young age. And every time we have that thought, every time we do that action, it gets a bit deeper, meaning that we're even more likely to do that thought or action. And so what's the end and this has been shown very much now with modern behavioral science in terms of the way that we form habits. So we know now that the more we'd do a certain action, the more likely we are to pick that up as a habit and to start doing it with with ease or with with less difficulty, or even unconsciously. And I like to use the imagery of a path in a forest. If you're walking through a forest, you can see the path where there's been people who have walked beforehand, it's it doesn't have growth on it, so it's easy for the feet to follow. Now, if we want to change our behavior, sure, there's going to be need for a conscious effort to choose a new path through the forest, which isn't so easy to follow. So we're going to need to have a landmark, for example. So say, at the big tree, the past goes to the left of the big tree, and we're going to say, You know what, I'm going to start going into the right of the big tree. But every time we're not conscious, we're gonna go down that left path, we're not going to go down the right path, it's going to be a conscious effort to keep going down that right path, until we start to go down it enough times that we start to cut a new path through the forest, and the old path starts to grow over. Does that does that make sense? Brandon Handley 31:20 Yeah, yeah. And I love it. Right. And it's just like you're saying, I mean, this is applicable, like anywhere, if you're driving home, and you've got a certain road that you always take, right? You stay on that road, right? Even though there's plenty of other ways home, you have to consciously make an effort to be like, you know, what, I wanted a different direction that I want to see. Right, and to. And see, one of the other things you mentioned, like pass laws before too, and, and while that might might seem for a lot of people to be like, Ah, I don't know, I pass lives, man, let's, let's take this example, then if you don't believe in past lives, and you're one of those people that says, you know, all these things matter, and I believe in science, then let's use a little bit of science, right? It's definitely been proven that freights pass through, or at least like seven generations, right? So the stuff the programming that we are born with, is, maybe we can't and won't call it our past lives. But I'm gonna, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say, you know, just we can, we've just barely begun to know how to read DNA. There's more encoded in that then than we know yet, right? So what's in there could be past lives, records of past lives, right? And the way that you act and react has been scientifically proven to be passed on to you, from your ancestors. So you can call it past lives, you can call it something else. But the truth of the matter is, the way you act and react has definitely been programmed into you. And you through what Ryan's talking about here has the capability. Like, like Brian saying, you know, and Ryan, you can jump in anywhere, but like, you know, as you enter, freeze directly with the nervous system, and you can begin to flip the switches of your genes through this practice. So I just wanted to Yeah, I wanted, I wanted to highlight that because you're not off the mark by saying, you know, bug. When you talk, like, talk about removing the filters, right? This is kind of this is why I went back to that, you know, if somebody's got to think about a hang up on on past lives, then they may not have a hang up with the science. Right. But to me, they're ultimately the same. You saying the same thing, which, Ryan M 33:49 as I said, when we really get into yoga, it's really a lot more scientific than we realize there's very little vagueness to traditional yoga. If you read the original Hatha Yoga manuals, they really read a lot more like an instruction booklet, then some kind of very vague and woowoo New Age spirituality thing. And at the end of the day, whether we believe in past you know, it's a, also just a form of describing certain phenomena, like, like you're saying, even outside of jeans, like even if we don't get into jeans, just the very fact that your grandparents raised your parents in a particular way. And then your parents raised you in a particular way, is already writing these, you know, neurons into certain pathways that are easier to fire down. And that's exactly the same as the path in the forest. When neurons are used. They get easier to fire down and when neurons are not use, they get less receptive to the electrical signal. we'll create our behavior. And so we can even just talk about past lives in terms of well, my parents, my parents, parents, my parents, parents, parents, as you said, and the way that they inscribe certain behaviors or thought patterns into us. And when we start to use these techniques, and not only these techniques, but in my experience, these techniques are, you know, one point at meditation and yogic breath work and these kinds of things, they are particularly effective ways to interface with these patterns. Brandon Handley 35:41 Right, let me jump in the record at one point in meditation, How's that different from you know, from from headspace, for example, or headspace and Ryan M 35:52 Buddhist mindfulness, which is really an intermediary step in a deeper meditation practice. So, one point that meditation is, is very, okay, it's almost, you know, the, the name describes itself, we, we fixed the attention to one point, and then it might run away, we bring it back to that one point. And we just train more and more to be able to keep the attention on one point. And then this leads to very, very incredible effects. Because when I'm gonna go a little bit into detail here, but essentially, we have this one of the great things about mindfulness is that it starts to make us aware that we are not the mind, we start to became able to observe the movements of the mind and realize that the the movements of the mind, and the thoughts are separate from our attention and our being, which is a very, very important step. Because in our society, especially the western society, we are so deeply identified with the mind, we even have philosophers in the Western tradition, saying, I think, therefore I am. And it's not true. We are and the thoughts are an observable phenomena from the place of our true self, which is the, the observer. And this, this can be Brandon Handley 37:28 part of the experience, right, like they're a part of the experience that we ascribe to ourselves. We like event like me jumping in the water and bathtub, Ryan M 37:36 comes in and stirs up the water, you start to freak out, because ah, you've put your hand in me and you're stirring me up. It's not the case, we can, we can take the step back, and we can observe, oh, wait, those are my thoughts. And I'm watching them, so I am something else. And so that that is a very important step. And it's very good that mindfulness has become popular so that more people start to realize that there is something more to their identity than the mental movements. But what one point of meditation does is that through affixing the attention firmly to one point for long enough, the movements of the mind stop. And then we discover that stillness, that statements that used to be associated with meditation, I remember when I was a child, that's what meditation meant. And then that was kind of quite a quite a high goal that people felt a bit intimidated to embark upon. And so this new definition of meditation showed up, which was just basically sitting and listening to music or listening to a guided thing. But meditation is very much this, this state where the mind stops. And one point at meditation, go ahead. Brandon Handley 39:00 Well, I mean, so what I'm hearing you say, though, is that mindfulness is kind of where most people are, at this point in time. And Ryan M 39:12 we're calling lots of things meditation, which is essentially any activity where we maybe introduce a bit of awareness, maybe even not, maybe we're just listening to music, we have a fixed label of meditation to it. And it's a little bit problematic to do so not because these practices or these actions don't have value they do and I'm not denigrating their value. But Brandon Handley 39:44 right now, yeah, I just want to make sure yeah, I want to I want to clarify, right. So if we're, you know, if I like purity as much as the next person, right? Like I'm not going to call butter Ryan M 39:58 right, so margarine, butter And then it gets to the point where nobody knows what butter is anymore. And this is what's happened with a lot of these things with meditation. Nobody wants to get nobody, somebody thinks about what meditation originally meant anymore. And even is aware that there's something there's a next step beyond what's become quite popular in this in the form of mindfulness or in the form of, you know, visualizations and all of these relaxation practices. They're very they're very valuable but they're they're a different thing. And it's sad to see Bata become extinct because Brandon Handley 40:52 right. But But here's, here's what I'm really enjoying about this conversation is to let's reintroduce the distinctions, right, let's come back to it. Let's say hey, listen, this is great. It's not that it's not that you've been doing anything wrong. And it's not that you're doing the wrong thing. But let's, let's understand. And let's be clear that your your mindfulness practice is not meditation, there is something beyond and this is, you know, I'm glad you're bringing this up, because I wasn't familiar with this distinction prior to, because I'm sure my experience has been like, alright, you know, these mindfulness practices and headspace helped a ton. Right? What took me to the next level was, yeah, helped me what helped me a ton. What took me to the next level was breathwork. And finding finding, even just moments of stillness in that space, I've been at it. And I could be totally wrong. I'm going through the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying right now and talking about Bardo states. Right. And for me, that spaced that just that little space of stillness is for me, like artists, they had a transition in between, like, all the crazy, and just this for a minute. Right? And so to me, so as I tell the group, I'm like, Listen, if you tried meditation, if you tried mindfulness, and your mind still fucking crazy, that's because you have, there is absolutely something else to it. And I tell people that when we do, when we do this breathwork then we go into this Bardo state, we go into, like, you know, retention, or something like that, I feel like you definitely is what meditation is, missing a marker, my clothes, a lot Ryan M 42:35 of people when when we speak about this, because, for me, the one point of meditation is very important. A diaphragm hacking, which is a form of, it's a form of breath holding, with a few different added things to it, but its foundation is a breath hold in a void. So in an empty lungs state. And this is exactly what I say to people is that one point at meditation is great if you're really doing it. And even myself, after six years of practice, the majority of time that I'm meditating, I'm sitting, and I'm, I'm waiting for that meditation. Or I'm, I'm aiming to get to that meditation, but I'm not necessarily there. And the trouble with this is that it's to speak very frankly. And it's a practice which we can bullshit ourselves into believing that we're doing. I can sit there and I can say, I just meditated for an hour, I'm so good. But I know that if I'm lucky, meditated for a couple of minutes of that hour that I was sitting, when we start to get into breath holds, you cannot push it, you know, you're either there or you're not. And if you're not there, you know, because you need to take a breath almost immediately and enter a breath. If you're really there, you can hold for one minute, one minute and a half, two minutes. You can hold these, what's called bundles in the yogic tradition, and still hold the breath for for multiple minutes and then you know, hey good. Yeah, exactly. Brandon Handley 44:17 Are you saying about like energy losses that we're seeing work but yeah. So but yeah, I got I got it. Um, what is like, Alright, man, we just met. I not never done breathwork before. Totally interesting. So what's the first thing you're gonna tell me to do? Anyways, Ryan M 44:43 square breathing. Square breathing is a fantastic technique. It's based on a yogic technique called summability pranayama. And the fascinating thing with square breathing is from a couple of levels. Firstly, it's very, very harmonizing to the nervous system. So you are automatically starting to bring the nervous system into a state of equilibrium just just by doing a little bit of square breathing, it's a, it's an incredibly simple technique to do. But it can be very, very powerful because the majority of us exist in a state of constant nervous system excitation, and it just, it brings it back down. But the other great thing about it is that it's already starting to train, what we can call co2 tolerance, which is becoming more and more talked about and more and more popular in the current times. And this is a very, very good indicator of our capacity to deal with stress. So the, if you don't mind if I go on a little bit of a tangent about co2. So we have at the base of our brainstem, oh, four man, absolutely. what's called the chemo receptors of co2. And this is telling us or this is sensing what the partial pressure or the concentration of co2 is in the blood. And co2 has been a very, very misunderstood molecule. Because it's been seen previously, it's just a waste product of the rest of the of cellular metabolism, essentially, of the workings of the body. But more and more, it's being acknowledged to be a very, very important molecule for the function of everything. it dilates the vasculature, which allows for blood to more easily travel into all parts of the body, including the brain, it's also necessary for oxygen to detach from the hemoglobin and actually enter into the tissues. So the more co2 we have, the more efficient we can get oxygen into the tissues, not it's not. Brandon Handley 46:56 Real quick, is it more co2 or the right balance of co2? Ryan M 47:01 A complete answer to that, because it hasn't really been looked at in, like, so what I'll say is that, from my perspective, I am not sure if I can get enough co2. I'm very curious, because my entire, like, my practice has been so focused on these breath holds, so focused on increasing my co2 tolerance. And now my my natural respiration rate, it sits at about five to seven respirations per minute, that's when I'm just when I'm checking it out. Wow. Brandon Handley 47:45 And that's like, just that's just like you not. And for for somebody that doesn't understand what that is. That's and I believe that's about around five seconds and five seconds. If I was counting, right, Ryan M 48:00 that would end up with six. So yeah, exactly. Around that sometimes. Power even. And that. Brandon Handley 48:09 Right, so yeah, so So for the I think there's somebody you know, for listener, right. Try that out for yourself to see what Ryan's regular breath work, you know, breathing. That's your regular breathing, I consciously have to do that. Right. And I think so it's pretty cool as roll call that out. Go Ryan M 48:28 ahead. No, as you mentioned, I have a background, I was a registered nurse. My first rotation was actually ironically in the respiratory ward. And when, when we look at that, in terms of modern science and modern medicine, that would be considered a dangerously low respiration rate. If somebody had that respiration rate on the ward, you would start to worry about that person. And should have certain symptoms, like sluggishness, or like the incapacity to really engage in these kinds of things. But I definitely don't feel like that, you know. And when it comes to recently, I was I was a very avid DJ jujitsu competitor, many, many, many years ago, before I started on this path. And recently I revisited that, and the coach was amazed at the way that I don't seem to get tired, and I'm not fit at all. I'm not strong. I'm not athletic. But what I noticed, after he was commenting on it so much, I was just becoming aware that even with a guy 20 was heavier than me on top of me, my breath was still very calm, very slow, and he wasn't breathing like. And so, for me, I'm not sure I'm not sure and, you know, I don't want to make a statement, but for me, I'm not sure that I can get enough co2 in the system. It's just about increase Taking that tolerance and increasing the amount of co2 gradually. And I'm definitely more centered, more relaxed more still, than I ever have been when people hear that I used to have anger problems, they can't they kind of can't believe it, because that's not the way that I come up. And yeah, go ahead. Brandon Handley 50:21 That's great. That's great. No, I love it, right? I mean, I think you and I could go on for a long time. Unfortunately, we're kind of towards the tail end. So I want to make sure that you also hit on you said, you've got a new course coming out, right, a new platform, you get rid of what's what, what's that going to be? And what can people expect to find there from the five week Ryan M 50:46 trainings in the diaphragm hacking technique. And it was, it was wonderful, it was wonderful experience. And it needs five weeks, because it is a little bit more of an advanced technique. And so I like to build it up level by level so that people really get strong results from it. But what I noticed was, some of the participants were getting very, very amazing results from the technique. And other participants were getting results, but not to the level that I would like it to be. And what I realized the difference was is this kind of foundation that they have. So the ones who tended to have better results were people who were already meditation practitioners, either the past or mindfulness or something else, or ones who already like really into Wim Hof, really into yoga. So they had that foundation already. And so what I decided to do, and the other thing is that I noticed that after the five weeks was over, many of the people would slow down or stop practicing. And without, you know, I was in an ashram for four years, I had that support to my practice of being there. So what I really wanted to do was to solve both of those problems, a new form, which will be more of like building an ongoing community, so that people are supported in continuing to develop their practice. And also, the program itself is being extended to a quiet intensive three months, and people can take it at their own speed. So they can take it over longer than three months, which really lays the foundation so they start to get an awareness of their body, get an awareness of their breath, get an awareness of what's going on with their mind, learn to relax, before having the more powerful but more difficult techniques taught to them. And I'm hoping and I've done this with my one on one clients, and it's been quite effective. I'm hoping this allows everybody who comes to the platform to be able to build that foundation so that when they learn the more powerful techniques, they can really get the full results from it, they can really start to interface with the subconscious and remove whatever heavy programming so controlling them. So we're going to be going nation's Go ahead. Brandon Handley 53:15 Yeah, so I mean, yeah, yeah. Well, I mean, so you're, I think on your site, it's like, you know, if you don't mind, like, you know, part part of what you're talking about is you know, focus and freedom from like anxieties and addictions but also sounds like there's there's some benefits to Ryan M 53:35 with learning more practitioner is because I feel that if I was just upfront with how profoundly impacting they have been, for me and my students so far, I would sound like a snake oil salesman, I had to focus in on certain what's called pain points in the industry, which I don't necessarily love to do, but it's part of the part of the game. But really, the biggest techniques are so effective I get it someone whether they're dealing with anxiety or addiction, or whether they just want to level up to be the next the next capacity in you know, in focus in presence, especially presence in underwriting programs in you know, opening up to be more engaged with their reality and achieve even more and be more in line with their their purpose and their dreams. And this is really what what we're aiming for. Brandon Handley 54:45 100% I love it, man. Well, listen, when I talk about breath work, I talked about it as I'm pretty sure it really is the silver bullet, right. It fixes so many things and it addresses so many things. I'm glad to hear, you know, look, I mean, it's a challenge To quote unquote market it when really all you want to do is share honestly and truthfully, like all the greatness that it can do for anybody, right? You've got to pick and choose though kind of who those any bodies are as you get yourself up and running for the people that are tuning in, guys, you know Ryan's no joke. If you're serious about breath work, and you've had enough of mine, I get it. That's cool. Even if you still hanging out with me, I won't be jealous if I spot you hanging out with Ryan and checking out his breath work because you know, he's going to offer you something that I simply at this point my I'm on cannot so check out Ryan Ryan, where can they go check it out? Ryan M 55:47 And I'm sure that there'll be some link with this. And I'm also I have a website Ryan Michael vinny.com I'd mess you know, I'm mess on top of that. I'm mainly on Instagram these days. So that's that's the best place to find me. Fantastic, Ryan. Brandon Handley 56:12 Hey, man, thank you so much for stopping in today. I know you're just came from Costa Rica. You over in Mexico. You've been very busy. So I appreciate you making the time to be on Transcribed by https://otter.ai

Level Up Yoga Podcast
7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 5 Practice "The Steady Flame"

Level Up Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 21:04


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! Todays Practice "The Steady Flame" Is one of our classical solar hatha sequences in a condensed form. It is a simple, energising sequence that is well rounded, steady & balanced. A perfect practice to get your days started with a focus on surya namaskar & steadiness within asana. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

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7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 5 Conversation "The Importance of Ritual & Routine"

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 18:49


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! Todays Conversation is centred around ritual as the backbone of the Yoga tradition & how we can optimise the effects of our practice through creating daily routine & habits. We talk to the Yogic concept of ritual known as Sadhana, along with the Ayurvedic idea of Dinacharya & discuss our own experiences with committing to daily practice. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

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7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 4 Practice "Take a Big Breath"

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 23:13


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! Todays Practice, take a Big Breath is a short & sweet seated Pranayama & Meditation Practice. An opportunity to create some space in the body, the breath and the mind and drop into a state of deep rest and relaxation. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

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7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 4 Conversation "The Power of Pranayama"

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 20:32


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! In this conversation we discuss the breath in depth. We explore various different pranayama techniques and how we can use them to increase energy (bramhana), ground and calm energy (langhana) or balance energy (samana). Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

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7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 3 Practice "Ignite Your Core"

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 23:21


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! Todays practice, Ignite Your Core is a short & sweet Solar Hatha Yoga Practice. An opportunity to test your core stability and build your core strength. This is a fun and challenging practice to encourage a sense of vitality within the body. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

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7 Days of Yoga in Rishikesh: Day 3 Conversation "The Breath & Core Link"

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 22:16


Join us for 7 days of Yoga in Rishikesh! In this conversation we discuss the importance of core strength and stability and how it is related to low back pain. We also explore the link between the core and our breath, discussing how shallow breathing can also contribute to low back pain. Set in the atmospheric Beatles Ashram, we also share some insight into this beautiful place. Online 100hr Hatha Yoga training here: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/100-hour-hatha-yoga-teacher-training India Retreat 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings/india-retreat-2023 India YTT programs 2023: https://omsom.yoga/yoga-teacher-trainings Online Studio, 7 days free trial: https://omsom.yoga/online-yoga-studio More info, upcoming workshops, trainings & info for 1-1 Yoga consultations can be found at our website: www.omsom.yoga Follow us on instagram @omsom.yoga Hari Om, Aaron & Paige --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/omsomyoga/message

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Tommy Rosen

That Sober Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 40:27


Tommy Rosen is a yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last two decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery from drug addiction.Tommy is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Global Community, the Recovery 2.0 Online Conference series and the Recovery 2.0 Group Coaching Program. He leads Yoga retreats and workshops internationally and presents regularly at yoga conferences and festivals. Tommy's first book, Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life, was published by Hay House in 2014. Discover Recovery 2.0: www.r20.com  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TommyRosenOfficial/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tommyrosen/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Recovery20   Jumpstart Your Life Without Alcohol in 10 Days!    Download my FREE guide and I'll show you my quick and easy 3 step process to help jumpstart your life without alcohol in 10 days! https://www.thatsoberguy.com/10-day-jumpstart   Join Us in That Sober Guy Men's Locals Group and connect with over 500 men living free from alcohol at  https://www.thatsoberguy.com/mens-group   Tired of Drinking? Try Our 30 Day Quit Drinking Dude Challenge!    You'll get 30 Podcasts in 30 days plus exercises, community and accountability to help keep you free from alcohol for 30 days or more!    For more information  on 'Quit Drinking Dude; The Ultimate Mens Guide to Quit Drinking Alcohol and Stay Sober for 30 Days or More' go to: https://www.thatsoberguy.com/quit-drinking-alcohol-for-30-days   Follow us on Instagram @ThatSoberGuyPodcast   For More Resources go to http://www.ThatSoberGuy.com   Invite Shane to Speak - https://www.thatsoberguy.com/speaking   Contact Us: https://www.thatsoberguy.com/contactus   For professional assistance go to https://www.promises.com/soberguy/ or you can call 1-888-205-1890   For more information or to order a case of NOCCO go to https://nocco.com/us/ and pick up your favorite No Carbs Company drink today    Music - Going Late courtesy of Humans & Haven Sounds Inc.   Need a Meeting? https://www.thatsoberguy.com/meetings   National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)              

Meditation, Yoga & Stuff with Sunita
Conversation with Joan Miller

Meditation, Yoga & Stuff with Sunita

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 39:47


In this episode, I am chitchatting with Joan Miller.  Joan Miller began her studies with Phoenix Rising Yoga therapy in the US in 1999. In 2000 she became a Hatha Yoga teacher from Kripalu Yoga Center, Massachusetts. Joan continued her studies and is still influenced by her main teachers Donna Farhi and Bonnie Banbridge Cohen.Joan has been practicing yoga for over 30 years, incorporating somatic exercises and gentle therapeutic techniques in all her classes. She has been training teachers with Hatha Yoga and Yoga Therapy programs for over 18 years. Joan's passion for yoga allows her to share techniques for stress reduction, stillness of mind and a feeling of wholeness.Joan is also a practicing Reiki/Master Teacher, she lives and teaches in both Sydney and Northern Rivers, NSWYou can connect with Joan via her website https://www.tibetanusuireiki.com/Support the show

Light Body Radio
Movement to make menopause better with Phillipa Butler

Light Body Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 54:41


TODAY:  Movement to make menopause better with Phillipa Butler   ABOUT TODAYS GUEST:  Phillipa is a Chartered Physiotherapist with a wealth of experience treating musculoskeletal conditions; disorders affecting bones, joints and muscles. She has spent her career developing and refining her knowledge and skills and is passionate about movement as medicine. She is a certified Pilates Mat and Reformer teacher, 200 hours certified Hatha Yoga instructor and certified meditation teacher. She offers online Physiotherapy advice, private movement coaching, group Pilates and Yoga classes.

20 min. Yoga Sessions from YogaDownload.com
Episdoe 161: A Little Goes a Long Way

20 min. Yoga Sessions from YogaDownload.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 22:48


Even a short yoga practice can have tremendous benefits for your day. This FREE full-body and concise class, will stretch and strengthen your body, and give your body time to unwind. You can expect a rejuvenating class that gives you a moment to go inwards, challenges you enough, and nourishes you.

Ayurvedic Healing & Beyond
#136 Probiotics Microbiome And Prana With Scott Blossom

Ayurvedic Healing & Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 46:38


In this episode, Dr Vignesh Devraj Interviews Dr Scott Blossom, a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, and a renowned thought leader and educator knew for his depth and mastery of traditional Hatha Yoga. As a clinician and a teacher, Scott's passion for helping and healing people centres around empowering students and clients to listen deeply to their inner guidance system. In this Episode the topics discussed include Concept of Prana What is microbiome Importance of probiotics and is it that powerful What influences microbiome For further information about Dr Scott Blossom and his upcoming online courses please visit https://www.doctorblossom.com/courses For further information about Dr Vignesh Devraj, kindly visit www.vigneshdevraj.com and www.sitaramretreat.com His Instagram handles are @sitarambeachretreat @vigneshdevraj If you are interested in doing one on one ayurvedic consultation with Dr Vignesh Devraj please find the details in this link - Ayurvedic Consultation with Dr Vignesh Devraj If you are economically challenged, please use the form provided to request a free Ayurvedic consultation here. BALANCE THE MIGHTY VATA - ONLINE COURSE NOW AVAILABLE What makes Ayurveda unique in its treatment approach is its practical wisdom on the concept of Vata. Vata is responsible for Prana - the life energy, nervous system - the master panel of our body, and our emotions. In Ayurveda, it is mentioned that controlling Vata is the most difficult part of healing and recovery. Recently I recorded a workshop on - Balancing The Mighty Vata which has over 6 hrs of content, with notes filled with practical inputs that can be integrated into our life. You can access this at https://drvignesh.teachable.com/ We truly hope you are enjoying our content. Want to help us shape and grow this show faster? Leave your review and subscribe to the podcast, so you'll never miss out on any new episodes. Thanks for your support. Disclaimer: - The content of the podcast episodes is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical procedures, consultations, diagnoses, or treatment in any manner. We strongly do not recommend using the content of these episodes as medical advice for any medical conditions for you, others, or for treating your patients.

For the Love of Yoga with Nish the Fish
The Ideals of Spiritual Life and What To Do When We Fall Short

For the Love of Yoga with Nish the Fish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 23:27


Why do we such high ideals in spiritual life? What is renunciation and why is it important for genuine spirituality? Once we understand why these ideals are the way they are, we will naturally take up and attempt to live according to them. Naturally, we will also  fall short time and time again. The temptation here might be to drag the ideal down to make excuses for our weakness. Or conversely, our tendency might be to be overly critical of ourselves for failing and thus render our spiritual practice wholly unsustainable. What then are we to do? This class first establishes what ideals exactly are valuable in spiritual life by studying the teachings of Jesus next to the Buddha. We read a little from a transcribed talk from Swami Ashokananda. Then, we offer some suggestions about how to deal with falling short of these ideals with reference to the standing balancing poses of Hatha Yoga as a metaphor.I hope this talk will be some encouragement to you as you endeavour to live a genuinely spiritual life, a life lived insight of the Highest. After this little talk, we all go into a Hatha Yoga class called "The Spiritual Ideal", to apply some of these ideas in real-time. You can follow along with that class here:https://www.patreon.com/posts/spiritual-ideal-70669024?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=postshare_creatorOM Tat SatSupport the show

Stop Stretching
The History Of Yoga and Stretching

Stop Stretching

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:57


Episode 5 -  Have you ever wondered where the “yoga is stretching” madness comes from? The history of yoga is complicated and extends back thousands of years. It started simply with the aim of unifying the body, mind, and spirit. Fast forward to today… and here we are: thinking that yoga is about stretching and flexibility, and that if you can't touch your toes, you're not a “good yogi”.   In this episode of Stop Stretching! we dive deep into the history of yoga and uncover where, when, why and how this obsession with stretching came about. You will hear about the original yogis, the very first yoga posture, the rise of Hatha Yoga, and how yoga has evolved into an ‘exercise routine' made up of fancy poses practiced by people wearing spandex.   After understanding yoga's ancient roots and debunking our modern-day way of practicing, you'll learn there are only 2 things you need to practice yoga — and they have nothing to do with stretching and flexibility!   Yogi Aaron is the creator of AYAMA — Applied Yoga Anatomy + Muscle Activation™, has been teaching yoga for 30+ years, is a bestselling author, and owner and yoga director at Blue Osa Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica. A revolutionary at heart, he's on a mission to get people back in touch with the true essence of yoga, flip the script on stretching, and help humanity live pain-free!   Learn more about Yogi Aaron at yogiaaron.com and keep learning with him on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and his Facebook Group — How to Live A Pain-Free Life with AYAMA. https://YogiAaron.com    To begin a practice of Applied Yoga Anatomy + Muscle Activation™, go and access the 15-Day Free challenge to begin the journey to becoming pain-free! http://smpl.ro/stop-stretching   Subscribe to Yogi Aaron's AYAMA Classes on Youtube - https://youtube.com/c/YogiAaron Thank you to Greg Roskopf, The Founder of MAT. https://muscleactivation.com.   Thank you to Katie Burdick, our second MAT expert, madetomovekatie.wixsite.com/mysite To see our full resource list as well as credits, please click here.  https://yogiaaron.com/stop-stretching-to-live-a-pain-free-life/  

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Abused by 20 Masked Thugs, Dragged Half Naked & Beaten: Lisa Temple Update

Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 38:09


Lisa Temple returns to the program to give us a needed update on her case. Her remarkable story paints the very real picture of what activists who get close to the human trafficking networks encounter. Even though she has been a victim of abuse and terror, she wants everyone to know she is a survivor and will never back down. Her message to everyone: if she can stand up to the thugs, you can too.     Now until August 7, 2022 get your Fulvic Minerals+ for only $5 @ https://grow.thegoodinside.com/ftmz60-trial-offer-892649/ Please consider donating: Fight for Freedom of Speech, learn more & donate @ givesendgo.com/DefendingFreeSpeech Learn more about the Nobel prize winning technology behind Govvi and how to save serious money on Gas: https://www.govvi.com/go/helpmesave See Important Proven Solutions to Keep Your from getting sick even if you had the mRNA Shot - Dr. Nieusma MUSIC CREDITS: "Action" by Media Music Group & "Do You Trust Me" by Michael Vignola, licensed for broad internet media use, including video and audio     See on BrandNewTube | Odysee | Bitchute | Rumble | SarahWestall.tv | Freedom.Social   Lisa Temple Biography Lisa Temple's main area of expertise is in Family Law Disputes. She specializes in high conflict disputes and is available for International Divorce arbitrations with complex multi jurisdictional assets. "My goal is to empower people within the arbitration process and agreement to take a proactive role in resolving issues of dispute by offering creative solutions, thus avoiding lengthy and costly legal disputes which are destructive to all individuals involved. My goal is that the parties walk away their dignity, their values and their finances in tact." Areas of expertise: • Defender of Free will. • Experience in Business, Training, Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Set up and Blue Chip Companies. Qualified and practicing Arbitrator and Grandmaster of Yoga and Meditation. • Specialised training and development of courses for Corporate, Aviation, Military, and Police. Worked closely with Law enforcement specialising in weapons tactics, counter-terrorism, execution of high-risk missions, crises negotiations hostage rescue and close protection. • Experience with Pilots and ex-fighter pilots, transitioning from military to commercial aviation environments and developing programs for dealing with the specific stressors of their work and lifestyle management. •. Special interest in working with ex-pat families in supporting and assisting them to cope with various challenges families face when dealing with relocation and relationship management or breakdown and multi jurisdictional divorce • Trained and certified over 60 professionals from legal, medical, aviation, sport and Education in Ethics, Yoga, and Meditation • Interests and qualifications in Yoga, ADR and Languages and Ethics. • Certified in Yoga and Wellbeing under Dr. Deepak Chopra and Swami Vidyanand a renowned yoga master and the founder of Transformational Yoga and The Yoga Alliance International. • Ambassador for the Yoga Alliance Int and Meditation Alliance Int. • Awarded Grandmaster in Hatha Yoga and Meditation by Swami Vidyanand personally in 2014 • As an Arbitrator, I am committed to developing and working with a team and finding new ways of ensure individuals and companies avoid future potential litigation at contract development state, resolving disputes assisting people especially Divorce and separation internationally in avoiding lengthy costly, avoidable and traumatic legal battles.    

Meet Me Where You Are
Morning Class Series | 30 Minute Hatha Yoga, The Universal

Meet Me Where You Are

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:53


Inspired by images captured by the James Webb telescope, it has me contemplating and pondering about our existence. I love to be existential, but these images spark so much awe and amazement, it gives us perspective on the bigger picture. When we zoom out, we can focus on the bigger more important things that we should be focusing on during this short blip in time we get to be alive. Are you living into your truth? Do you focus on what matters? Practice with me and let's contemplate together.   Zen Lab continues to have ongoing live online classes almost daily. If you enjoyed this class, check out Kristen's live classes or on-demand videos for more. Join a live online yoga class, purchase on-demand programs or videos, or book a private session with me at www.zenlabindy.com.   Intro/Outro Music: Where Are We Going by Aaron Kellim

The Small Business Show
Yoga for a Better Workplace | Lynn Roberts

The Small Business Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 33:52


–How to create a better work life balance by introducing yoga at the workplace.–Improving team work with corporate programBio and Information: Lynn is a former broadcast journalist and TV news reporter originally from Nova Scotia. She completed her Hatha Yoga certification with Shakti Mhi of Prana Yoga College, Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark, Pre-natal Yoga with Janice Clarfield (all in Vancouver, BC) and various workshops and retreats with master teachers such as Erich Schiffman, Rodney Yee and Sean Corne. Lynn founded Innergy Corporate Yoga Inc. in 2004 in Vancouver, BC. In both 2011 & 2018 Innergy was a finalist in Small Business BC's Successful You contest, as a nominee for Best Company in BC. In 2013 Innergy began offering a Yoga Teacher program across Canada. This professional program is designed to fast track yoga teachers into a full-time career teaching Corporate and Private Yoga to stressed out employees and individuals. Lynn currently resides in Chilliwack, BC with her husband and two daughters.Contact for Lynn Roberts Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/innergycorporateyogaWebsite: www.innergycorporateyoga.comFacebook  https://www.facebook.com/innergycorporateyogaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/innergycorporateyoga/ The Small Business Show is the official podcast for Garuda Promo and Branding Solutions. For more information visit Website: http://www.garudapromo.com​​Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garudapromo/​​Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/garudapromoTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/Garuda_Swire​Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/swire-ho-thepromoguy-6b9Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/garudapromo/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Garudapromo88/videos #thesmallbusinessshow​​​ ​​​ #gaurdapromobranding​​ #smallbusinessmatters #smallbusinessstrong