Ep 64 Brett in The Psychic Teachers Podcast: Kundalini Rising & How Yoga Can Aid in Your Meditation




Karma Yoga – An Introduction

arma Yoga, or the “discipline of action” is based on the teachings of the Sri Krishna in the Bhagavad-Gita, the holiest of Hindu scriptures. As one of the four pillars of yoga, Karma yoga requires the adherence to one’s duty (swadarma) while remaining detached from the reward. Simply, It is the yoga of performance of “right action”.

Karma Yoga – Part 2 For Life & Spirtual Liberation

There is a story in the Ramayana, one of the great kings, Janaka, who besides being a Rishi, was also a perfect Karma Yogi. The Ramayana is one of the sacred epics of Hindu tradition and religion. This is a story of spiritual liberation for everyone.

Universal Principles of Yoga, Part 5

Kundalini Yoga: Is unity through awakening psychic nerve force, which indicates the depth of this Yoga style. Kundalini Yoga is sometimes referred to as the “Mother of all Yogas.” On the surface Kundalini Yoga might resemble Hatha Yoga, but the emphasis on the subtle body, chakras, mantras, meditation, and Pranayama is presented in a uniquely powerful way.

Benefit of Yoga Part I

Yoga has many benefits for natural health that can have a profound effect on your mind, body and spirit. You may be surprised by the multitude of ailments that can be remedied by including Yoga into your daily life.

Alternate Your Strength Training Workout With Some Yoga

Many who think of strength training equipment think of the massive muscles that many bodybuilders get and consequently show off in competitions. This can be a plus or a drawback for many consumers.

Universal Principles of Yoga, Part 4

When I think of Karma Yogis, the first that would come to mind is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as “Mahatma Gandhi.” His model of peaceful resistance for civil rights has been successfully copied since, but most importantly, his actions were for the highest moral reasons.

Ten Reasons Not To Practice Chair Yoga (And Why They Are Wrong)

Anyone that can sit in a chair can benefit from practicing chair yoga. Unfortunately there are many reasons people give for not doing chair yoga. Virtually all of these reasons are due to misunderstandings. This article should clarify the most common reasons why people are reluctant to consider chair yoga.

Understanding Yoga

The health benefits attributed to the practice of yoga has been well documented. For example, yoga improves the immune system and circulation, controls anxiety, asthma, multiple sclerosis, headaches, blood pressure, weight gain, as well as carpal tunnel syndrome. It reduces depression, arthritis pain.

Yoga is a Lifestyle

To observe yogic health practices is one thing. To live by the natural laws and spiritual principles of Yoga is integral in the life of an exponent of the philosophy. The yogi who inspires others is therefore generally seen by others to be a practical idealist.

Yoga Helps Asthma

The science of Yoga specialises in breath control. It offers vital information regarding respiration and techniques which can relieve health problems including asthma.

Learning to Access SILENCE

Silence is the key to unlocking your talent and creativty and peace.

My Own Journey Through Silence

My own journey through healing and silence: If I couldn’t hear the TV from where I was in my apartment, I would sing to myself or count out loud just so I could shut up the drone in my head. I would get on the phone and attempt to get in a conversation even for a few minutes. If it were a short call I would try to contact someone else. If that didn’t work I would…

Yoga And Weight Loss

Yoga can be more than just the exercise part of a weight loss program. Many people in America today try all sorts of things in pursuit of healthy, permanent weight loss. Unfortunately, they mainly seem to try fad diets, diet pills, celebrity diets, the grapefruit diet… you name it. In fact, stick an adjective or noun in front of the word “diet”, and you might be the creator of the next diet craze.

Chair Yoga Case Study – Reduced Anxiety and Blood Pressure

After teaching chair yoga for several years Liz Franklin can testify that it appropriate for almost anyone, even if they are feeling the effects of aging or have physical limitations. What better way to illustrate how chair yoga has benefited those unable to attend a traditional yoga class than to tell it in their own words?

Have You Saluted the Sun Today?

A wonderful way to start the day is with yoga and a “salute to the sun”. This pose is great for warming up your body, as well as being, as with most yoga poses, a great toning exercise, a pose that energizes your body and mind and is an excellent method of breathing control.

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