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10 12, 2019

The Web of Human Kind : A Jivamukti, Fascial Freedom Mashup

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The Web of Human Kind : A Jivamukti / Fascial Freedom Mashup Indaba Yoga Studio January 25th 1:30-4:30pm 35£ Book Now The word ‘interbeing’ has been used by the Vietnamese Buddhist Monk Thich Nhat Hanh to describe our fundamental connectedness with all living creatures. Also described in the ancient texts of yoga as a

2 09, 2019

The Secrets We Keep Inside: Jivamukti Focus of the Month, by Maria Macaya

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YS 1.11 - Anubhūta visayāsampramosah smritih Memory (Smrti) is the calling up or retaining of past experiences. The Yoga Sūtras of Patanjali The reasons for holding a secret – a kept and unspoken memory or piece of knowledge – are many: to surprise a loved one, to not hurt someone’s feelings; we keep secrets out

5 08, 2019

The Divine Qualities of Krishna, Jivamukti Focus of the Month August

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Ōm Namo Bhagavatē Vāsudevāya Invocation to Vāsudevaya, the one replete with all Divine virtues, the granter of liberation. Ekadashaksara Mantra Krishna who is known as the all attractive one, is an avatar of Lord Vishnu. An avatar is one who descends from the spiritual universe into the material universe by his own will. Lord Vishnu

29 06, 2019

With Time, Magic Arises: by Sharon Gannon (Focus of the Month, July 2019)

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abhyāsa vairāgyābhyām tan nirōdhah (PYS 1.12) Identification with the fluctuations of mind is stopped by practice and non-attachment. In our relative world, growth, transformation and the rearranging of elements occurs where there is time. Sadhana (spiritual practice) involves discipline— a process over time—a steady, repeated application in order to attain results. We can think of

6 05, 2019

Our Interconnectedness and the Environment, by April DeChagas

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oṃ bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ tatsaviturvareṇyaṃ bhargo devasyadhīmahi dhiyo yo naḥ prachodayāt Earth Space Heavens. We meditate on the Divine light of the radiant source. May that inspire our hearts and thoughts. – Gayatri Mantra, Interpretation by Manorama D’Alvia In an essay posted on audubon.com entitled ‘What Do Birds Do For Us’, Barry Yeoman writes about