How to deepen your awakening practices – neuroscientifically

How to deepen your awakening practices - neuroscientifically

The blogpost “What is an ‘E(e)nlightenment’ experience’?…a new scientific, secular model” detailed Dr. Andrew Newberg’s research and personal experience on enlightenment experiences.

Dr. Andrew Newberg
U of Pennsylvania

With over 100 research publications and 8 books on the cognitive neuroscience behind beliefs,…

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Asana Playground Yoga Class with Sianna Sherman

Asana Playground Yoga Class with Sianna Sherman
Take this free class with one of the world’s most popular yoginis.

https://yogainternational.com/guide/asana-playground-sweeten-your-backbends/

Unleash your divine power with Sianna Sherman’s class in celebration of Lalita, the self-willed and independent goddess, and bring more mythology and magic into your yoga practice….
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Can You Challenge Yourself To Master The Uncomfortable?

Yoga is about finding a balance between the comfortable and the uncomfortable. Do you struggle with a specific posture in your yoga practice? When I first started practicing yoga back in 2014, I was terribly afraid of crow pose. I could not balance myself on my hands. Crow pose was hard and uncomfortable and scary
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What nonduality is (bliss) and isn’t (no bliss)…

What nonduality is (bliss) and isn

Ramana Maharshi

“Nonduality”, is defined as “not two”, “one undivided without a second” or “the multiplicity of the universe is reducible to one essential reality” (Espin, et al. (2007)), has become more popular, so many folk have rushed in to exploit the trend, which has generated many different versions of how it manifests…

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8 Sattvic Foods to Help Balance Your Body and Mind

He who practices yoga without moderation of diet, incurs various diseases, and obtains no success.” (Gheranda Samhita 5/16) A branch cannot survive on its own. It must connect to the tree trunk and roots in order to absorb the elements and thrive in nature. Neither yoga nor Ayurveda are singular practices. They are more like
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