There are so many moments in life that are difficult, painful, scary and hard to endure. There are times when we feel anger, anxiety, grief, embarrassment, stress, remorse or other negative emotions. In these trying times we often want to escape the pain, drown it out or push it away somehow. We may begin a mental struggle with the pain trying to mentally talk our way out of it, or we distract ourselves with activities or drown it out with food or drink or something stronger.
The Chakras are the seven power points in the human body that circulate energy or the life force also known as prana. They are vertically aligned in the center of the body close to the spine. If the Chakra are unbalanced - not properly aligned or blocked - it can affect physical and mental health. The spiritual development is also connected with the good health of the Chakra. They are located at the physical counterparts of the major plexuses of arteries, veins and nerves. Ch
Viparita Karani is often called Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose, but viparita actually means "inverted," and karani means "in action." We can interpret that to mean that the pose inverts the typical actions that happen in our bodies when we sit and stand. There are many benefits to inverting the actions in your body. Here are a few. When you put your legs up the wall with your pelvis elevated on a folded blanket, lymph and other fluids that can lead to swollen ankles, tired knees, and
I think one of the keys to personal development and ultimately self-understanding is observing how your mind works, what your heart feels and what your body experiences. Huh? I've been meditating for a few years now and I can honestly say it has changed my life. I am so much more at ease in every setting. I feel good about where I am right now and I am so grateful for all the abundance in my life including all of my family and friends. I've learned how to "watch" my thoughts