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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* * * You’re a STAR — and so am I * * *

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I am a competitive person I will admit.  I LOVE to compete and I hate to lose.  But I am most competitive with myself.  And for the sake of growth and to learn not just because I hate losing.  The part about losing isn’t the loss in not winning the game it’s the loss in not moving ahead.  It’s about feeling like I didn’t…

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Fatigue Relief: Bolsters, Blankets, Blocks & Belts – Marla Apt

Why not a vigorous practice? When someone is deeply fatigued, a dynamic practice, like a double espresso, can be depleting, despite its initial invigorating jolt. Restorative yoga, on the other hand, soothes the senses, so they stop urging the mind and nervous system to react and instead turn their attention inward.

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Holiday Yoga Challenge: 15-minute Yoga Warm Up

Holiday Yoga Challenge: 15-minute Yoga Warm Up
Welcome to Day 1 of the Countdown to the Holidays Yoga Challenge!
Today’s short yet invigorating yoga class features thread the needle, a dynamic cobra pose, energizing jump switches, warrior dogs, and more. Join for free here: http://bit.ly/2fPq4K4
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***More about the Countdown to the Holidays Yoga Challenge***

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