Words matter enormously, not only the words we utter out loud but also the ones we say to ourselves. Being fluent and varied in your vocabulary will provide us with a different perspective, a different point of view and can foster greater self-love and compassion (for ourselves and others).
Today is the ideal day to set your intentions for 2019.
On Monday November 7th, at the Meditation and Mindfulness course I will take you through a sensorial journey of awareness. We will start with Pranayama – breathing control exercise and then we will do a mindfulness meditation. Each week you will learn a different technique which will include: body preparation and positioning; Pranayama (breathing); one pointedness; utilisation of mantras;
Purple or indigo blue in colour, the Ajna Chakra is the sixth of our chakra system and it is located between our eyebrows. While our two eyes see the material world, our sixth chakra sees beyond the physical. This vision includes clairvoyance, telepathy, intuition, dreaming, imagination, and visualisation. Ajna in Sanskrit means both “the perception centre” and “the command centre.”
Welcome to the Yoga revolution! Let me tell you about the second Chakra, Svadisthana or Pelvic Chakra. As the sun rising this morning, Svadisthana is bright orange in colour and it is held in our sacrum. It is our water centre, home of the reproductive organs and our desires. When our consciousness moves freely through this area, we access our