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Friday 18th September 2020, 18:15 by Yogamind

Private with Vivienne today -releasing stress from practice on Wed. ... See MoreSee Less

Private with Vivienne today -releasing stress from practice on Wed.

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Very merciful Marg today!!!

Friday 4th September 2020, 13:51 by Yogamind

Jess Chen @ Margaret's class Elixr Bondi Junction ... See MoreSee Less

Jess Chen @ Margarets class Elixr Bondi Junction

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Time for me to move to Sydney!

Wednesday 2nd September 2020, 23:16 by Yogamind

GLENN CERESOLI ONLINE WORKSHOPS
THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF YOGA

Dear All,

It is more and more apparent that Covid-19 will continue to change and influence our world and lives for some time to come. More than ever we need the will, the skill and most importantly, the perception that practicing yoga can empower us with. An alert sharpness and yet simultaneous calm of the mind which stabilises the emotions and sensitises our perception to everything around us - this can be the gift that yoga gives.

We have to be ready to adapt to the continually shifting ground beneath our feet without losing ourselves in survival instinct or fuelling our addictions to compensate for losses or disappointments.

The same techniques and awareness we use to distance ourselves from the intensity and pain we often confront during asana practice can also be applied in life’s current situation. Abdomen, throat, face soft. Smooth, even breath.

The intention of yoga is to bring our awareness to the fact that we are multi-dimensional, not one-dimensional beings. The Earth is not flat, it is spherical - though we may not experience its curvature in our day to day lives. Similarly, we are not flat - though we spend much of our time living merely by the instincts of survival and sense gratification.

We have bodies of bones, muscles and organs, etc, but we also have an energetic system that animates and vitalises that body. To control both of these, we are also endowed with a mind, with all of its unknown, fascinating aspects. Each one of these layers is more subtle than the previous one before it and the harmony of all three is required in order to connect to that which we really are; our divinity.

Yoga can teach us this requisite harmony of body, energy and mind so that we can experience life in its multi-dimensional reality.

You are most welcome to join this course of 4 Sundays or singular workshops to explore and gain some insight into these first 3 dimensions of our being through the practice of asana and pranayama.

Namaste
Glenn

Booking directly from website yogamind.com.au/
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GLENN CERESOLI ONLINE WORKSHOPS
THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF YOGADear All,It is more and more apparent that Covid-19 will continue to change and influence our world and lives for some time to come. More than ever we need the will, the skill and most importantly, the perception that practicing yoga can empower us with. An alert sharpness and yet simultaneous calm of the mind which stabilises the emotions and sensitises our perception to everything around us - this can be the gift that yoga gives.
We have to be ready to adapt to the continually shifting ground beneath our feet without losing ourselves in survival instinct or fuelling our addictions to compensate for losses or disappointments.
The same techniques and awareness we use to distance ourselves from the intensity and pain we often confront during asana practice can also be applied in life’s current situation. Abdomen, throat, face soft. Smooth, even breath.
The intention of yoga is to bring our awareness to the fact that we are multi-dimensional, not one-dimensional beings. The Earth is not flat, it is spherical - though we may not experience its curvature in our day to day lives. Similarly, we are not flat - though we spend much of our time living merely by the instincts of survival and sense gratification.
We have bodies of bones, muscles and organs, etc, but we also have an energetic system that animates and vitalises that body. To control both of these, we are also endowed with a mind, with all of its unknown, fascinating aspects. Each one of these layers is more subtle than the previous one before it and the harmony of all three is required in order to connect to that which we really are; our divinity.
Yoga can teach us this requisite harmony of body, energy and mind so that we can experience life in its multi-dimensional reality.
You are most welcome to join this course of 4 Sundays or singular workshops to explore and gain some insight into these first 3 dimensions of our being through the practice of asana and pranayama.Namaste
GlennBooking directly from website https://yogamind.com.au/

Sunday 30th August 2020, 10:36 by Yogamind

Finally the best combination factors to not over stress Vivienne's neck ... See MoreSee Less

Finally the best combination factors to not over stress Viviennes neck

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And most importantly not crush my entrails! First time ever I have been relaxed in halasana! Thank you Marg💛

Smart 🙏🏻♥️

Wednesday 26th August 2020, 13:00 by Yogamind

Restorative this morning.....this is very good for menopause as well
and many other things.
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Restorative this morning.....this is very good for menopause as well
and many other things.

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I felt reborn - specially after a sleepless night!!

Saturday 22nd August 2020, 10:58 by Yogamind

"Awareness is unattached and unshaken. It is lucid, silent, peaceful, alert and unafraid."
- Nisargadatta Maharaj
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Awareness is unattached and unshaken. It is lucid, silent, peaceful, alert and unafraid.
- Nisargadatta Maharaj

Saturday 22nd August 2020, 10:24 by Yogamind

Lord Ganesha is the one who takes us from body consciousness to Divine consciousness! ... See MoreSee Less

Lord Ganesha is the one who takes us from body consciousness to Divine consciousness!

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Thank you Glenn and Margaret!❤️🐘

Thursday 20th August 2020, 16:43 by Yogamind

Happy Ganesh chaturthi

Gam stands for jnana, eternal knowledge.

Nam means mukti pradata or nirvana pradata meaning one who grants liberation.

Isha means the Divine Father who rules.

Thus Lord Ganesha is Nirakara Para Brahma Svarupa, the embodiment of the formless Supreme Consciousness, who grants jnana and nirvana.

The moment you chant the mantra, “Gam,” all the poisonous and negative thoughts in your mind will be burnt into ashes. The moment the sound “Gam” reverberates in your body, all diseases will disappear, much in the same way as people shout “Hara Hara! Hara Hara!” to cleanse their sins. When you repeatedly chant the “Gam” bija mantra, seed syllable, all the devious plans of your enemies will cease to work against you. The “Gam” bija mantra blockades all such harmful plans. In ancient times, when sage Kashyapa[14] asked sage Marichi[15] about the power of the Ganesha Mantra, sage Marichi revealed many secrets about this powerful mantra.
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Happy Ganesh chaturthiGam stands for jnana, eternal knowledge.Nam means mukti pradata or nirvana pradata meaning one who grants liberation.Isha means the Divine Father who rules.Thus Lord Ganesha is Nirakara Para Brahma Svarupa, the embodiment of the formless Supreme Consciousness, who grants jnana and nirvana.The moment you chant the mantra, “Gam,” all the poisonous and negative thoughts in your mind will be burnt into ashes. The moment the sound “Gam” reverberates in your body, all diseases will disappear, much in the same way as people shout “Hara Hara! Hara Hara!” to cleanse their sins. When you repeatedly chant the “Gam” bija mantra, seed syllable, all the devious plans of your enemies will cease to work against you. The “Gam” bija mantra blockades all such harmful plans. In ancient times, when sage Kashyapa[14] asked sage Marichi[15] about the power of the Ganesha Mantra, sage Marichi revealed many secrets about this powerful mantra.

Tuesday 11th August 2020, 22:29 by Yogamind

“You must worship the Self in Krishna, not Krishna as Krishna.”
― Swami Vivekananda
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“You must worship the Self in Krishna, not Krishna as Krishna.”
― Swami Vivekananda

Tuesday 11th August 2020, 7:10 by Yogamind

Sri Krishna Janmashtami (Jayanti)
August 11 - 13

“One who knows the transcendental nature of My appearance and activities does not, upon leaving the body, takes his birth again in this material world, but attains My eternal abode, O Arjuna”
Bhagavad Gita (Chapter IV-9)
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Sri Krishna Janmashtami (Jayanti)
August 11 - 13“One who knows the transcendental nature of My appearance and activities does not, upon leaving the body, takes his birth again in this material world, but attains My eternal abode, O Arjuna”
Bhagavad Gita (Chapter IV-9)
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