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Breathing techniques to increase energy – Revitalise your mind and body

Meditation Breathing – Experiment with this deep breathing technique. Deep breathing benefits: It will absorb and distribute a significant amount of vitality to stimulate weakened areas in your body. It will also remove impurities in the lungs and provide you with … Continue reading

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A subtle posture adjustment, to empower you in any situation.

Draw your throat in towards the back of your neck, and gently reach up to the crown of your head. This will instantly improve blood circulation in your spinal cord. So, why is that a good thing? Because your spinal … Continue reading

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The Gap in the Breath.

  The conscious breath meditation technique is the easiest one to practice, since you always have access to it. It is simply being conscious of your inhalation and exhalation, regardless of the activity that you are engaged in. Remember you don’t have … Continue reading

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Conscious Breath – A technique that you can always count on!

A regular meditation practice is easier than you think: most of us have the idea that we need to find a suitable time and appropriate place. While this can be true for some techniques, here is one that you can … Continue reading

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Win with the Victorious Breath.

  Win throughout the day using the power and immediate benefits of the victorious breath! While useful on its own, Ujjayi, the victorious breath, is largely practiced while performing yoga postures. For good reason too! It supercharges your practice by increasing oxygenation, … Continue reading

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Adho Mukha Svanasana (downward facing dog).

A wonderful stretch for the arms, shoulders, spine and legs. Increases power throughout the body, relieves weariness and invigorates, improving the immune system, digestion and blood circulation, and my favourite: it uplifts the mind. Downward facing dog (DFD) is perhaps the most utilised pose … Continue reading

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I will experience Meditation

“I will experience meditation” is an auto-suggestion. Auto-suggestions serve a dual purpose: 1. to set the mind with a more focused and positive mental attitude, necessary for: 2. to lead the mind towards the thoughts that the auto-suggestion has encouraged. … Continue reading

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Bhujangasana: cobra technology to strengthen up your spine and so many more advantages

  – Lay flat on the floor face down – Place your palms on the floor directly under your shoulders, fingers     together and pointing straight forward, keep the elbows from pointing outwards – Place your feet hip width … Continue reading

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Vrksasana (tree pose) Balance and stability for you

– Stand upright with the feet together. – Firstly become focused on the breath, the yoga breath – ujjyai – Once you have the breath flowing smoothly, focus on stability – Start to apply slightly more pressure into your left … Continue reading

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Eliminating intense mood swings forever

Everyone goes through intense mood swings from time to time, some more than others. When we are in it, the mood is always caused by others. Wrong! The mood is caused entirely by you; furthermore, the mood is there because … Continue reading

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