This relaxation is about finding your happy place where you can come back to anytime to take a mental break.
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This 5 minute silent meditation first spends 5 minutes walking you through how to sit, (in a chair) where to focus your awareness and how to focus your awareness while you sit for 5 minutes in silence.
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Yoga Nidra is a sanskrit word “Yoga” meaning union/conscious connection to self and “Nidra” meaning sleep. This is a guided meditation practice that is done lying down while we release mental, physical and emotional tensions throughout the body. Continue reading “Yoga Nidra through the Senses”
This 32 Names of Durga mantra is used to help eliminate suffering and difficulties, distrubances, distractions and distresses in life; removing selfishness, jealously, anger, prejudice, hatred and ego. Durga is the Goddess of power and strength. Continue reading “32 Names of Durga Mantra”
The Tryambakam Mantra is chanted at the end of a Sivananda yoga class to close the class, wishing healing, peace, health, fullness, positivity, prosperity, happiness and wholeness to all. Continue reading “Tryambakam Mantra”
The Gajananam mantra is the beginning chant at a Sivananda yoga class to set the vibration of the class, to centre the teacher and bring the students into the present. Continue reading “Gajananam Mantra”
The Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is for peace and harmony, health and healing of physical, mental and emotional imbalances. It helps to remove toxins from the body and mind. Continue reading “Mahamrityunjaya Mantra”