In this video, Sadhguru offers a parable about a man from South India who wanted supernatural powers. He travels to Tibet where he learns a great lesson.
In this video, Julian Polzin discusses the chakra system and its relationship to sound and light. He explains how an octave in music provides a good analogy for how the chakra system works, and why chanting and mantras are used in conjunction with chakra activation.
Every chef knows that the magic of cooking depends on the size of the dose – too much salt or not enough lemon can make the difference between the most delicious meal and an awful meal. So it is with everything in life, from how much we eat and drink, to how often we exercise, how much sleep we get, and how much time we expend on other activities. The correct dose is different for each of us – it is up to us to find the correct dose to make the magic happen in our lives.
It’s amazing how we can change our energy levels quickly and effectively simply using our breath. This breathwork exercise is great upon waking up in the morning or for a mid-afternoon pick me up.
In this 15 min video by Boho Beautiful Yoga, Juliana Spicoluk guides you through a…
When we hold on to past relationships, past habits, past anger, past frustration or past disappointment, we are dropping an anchor so that our lives can no longer progress. The anchor holds us in the past which prevents us from fully enjoying the present and from moving forward into the future. Here is how to let go of the past.
Starseeds, wanderers, old souls and indigo people are terms that have been used to describe human beings who are “different” from most other people on Earth. Often these people have access to deeper wisdom and higher sensory perception due to the origin and age of their soul identity. If you are at all interested in this topic, you are very likely one of these people.
This Kundalini exercise presented by Russell Brand combines breathing, mantra, and mudra for projection from the heart. Try it for a few minutes and see how you feel!
I call it Divine Timing. It is how life works. Big opportunities don’t happen gradually, they happen fast.
The first step toward feeling good is to learn to pay attention to our emotions. Some of our emotions are instinctual and necessary for survival, however, in today’s age of social media, news media, workplace politics, family issues, and a million other things, staying in control of our emotions is harder than ever.