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Breath,Thought and Hast Jyotish
The breath, thought, and action, the currents of ida and pingla, and the chakras are uniquely woven together in each individual. The study and application of hast jyotish was developed to locate imbalance and restore equilibrium. The striving to achieve this state of harmony, referred to in India as prakriti, is one of the basic tenets of Eastern spirituality.
Within our personality is a combination of opposites that, ideally, complement each other. In each person, for example, there are degrees of reason and feeling, sensitivity and strength, and altruism and self-preservation. An ability to draw upon complementary opposites results in a state of harmony and enlightenment that allows us to make the best use of our potential. For example, meeting the needs of others may help us to redefine our own needs.
We may discover that the satisfaction we derive from helping others overrides our preoccupation with our own comfort and security. Conversely, an inability to find a harmonious blend among these aspects of ourselves results in turmoil. This inner conflict is reflected in our lives and personal relationships.
A study of our handprints reveals areas of harmony or discord. An ability to alter our patterns of thinking and response to life events produces corresponding changes in our hands. As we learn to understand ourselves, we will be able to discover what causes us to keep repeating self-defeating patterns. As we develop strategies for thinking more positively, and are able to view life from a more objective perspective, our approach to life changes along with our behavior. These changes are reflected in our hands. Therefore, a study of the ancient principles of hast jyotish has practical application on our journey towards self-discovery.
A Yoga Approach to Breathing Training (5 hours)
Beginning with our first breath, our instinct for survival is ignited. Our quest, however, is not simply to have a long life, but one that is healthy, disease free, and blessed with vitality and joy. Fortunately, there is a system called pranayama, the science of breath, that has been practiced in India for ages to bring about greater balance in our life. A Yoga Approach to Breathing is a program based on fundamental breathing and meditation techniques. Known as pranayama, pran meaning life force and yama meaning extended, these techniques are aimed at extending our life force in a simple and effective way.
Some of the benefits are:- Feelings of peace and calm;- Greater relaxation;- Decrease in stress and tension.
Your Coach: Ghanshyam Singh BirlaHow: Private SessionCost: 795$
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