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Your ego, is constantly creating and re-entertaining your pre-programmed perceptions of the past. This impedes the flow of energy throughout the chakras, and deprives the body of the self-healing, self-balancing power of prana.
By Shri Amritji and Bill Eager Chakra is a Sanskrit word which translates as "wheel”. Chakras are energetic power centers that both take in and distribute energy throughout the body. There are seven major chakras that correspond to the nerve plexus and endocrine...read more
You can’t enhance or diminish what is present. You can only acknowledge and embrace it. But ego-mind will fight with, run from or attempt to modify what is present. The mind, conditioned by social norms and personal likes and dislikes, lives in dualistic conflicts in...read more
The greatest opportunity for transformation as individuals and as a planet comes in moments of crisis. While times of prosperity and stability promote only superficial shifts, crisis shakes the foundation of safety and comfort we are accustomed to, calling for...read more
Yoga Nidra is the marriage of science and spirit- a transformative technique whose powerful healing qualities transcend all aspects of your being.
Meditation. The very word invokes scenes of serenity and tranquility, beckoning us to a mystical place of awareness and all knowing. But how many of us actually reach that state during hours of sitting on our cushion? For most, meditation is as elusive as any esoteric...read more
Breath meditation is a powerful technique to bring what you think, feel and do into harmony and balance. Automatic breathing in and out is a biological process. When this same action is done with total awareness, that same breath is one that brings life-initiating,...read more
As long as you judge yourself, you believe you are that. As long as you judge people, you are believing that is who you are. Judging yourself manifests in the judgment of other people. There is no difference.
Self-concepts drive your perceptions and evaluations of people, places and things. Your perceptions are limited to “I am not good enough as I am.” That’s not true nor is it real. That is your conditioned past, that you identify with, that was programmed into you....read more