Listen With The Whole Body Instrument

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Listen With The Whole Body Instrument

Listen With the Whole Body Instrument and Yoga Sutra 2.4

This weeks practice will be a slow meditative flow that will attune your body/mind instrument to listen in order to follow the inner promptings and to recognize those magical moments of synchronicity beyond the Kleshas (obstacles, afflictions) and will include breathing practices to balance the nervous system and end with a meditation.

This practice will be supported by Yoga Sutra 2.4 which teaches us to recognize the layers of intensity of the Kleshas in order to reduce, weaken and inactivate them permanently.

Yoga Sutra 2.4 says, “Inability to accurately perceive what is True is the primary cause of afflictions which may be dormant, weak, controlled, or very influential. Subliminal conditions that prevent spiritual growth result from flawed perception and incomplete understanding.

Those afflictions which are dormant may be activated and cause problems in the future or may be eradicated when understanding is improved. Those which are weak may easily be overcome. Those which are controlled can be more easily weakened or eliminated. Those which are very influential can also be weakened and removed by using our powers of discriminating intelligence and by super-conscious meditation practice that results in the emergence of Self-Knowledge.”

Join us for this practice to reduce your obstacles and increase your “listening” on all levels in order to catch those magical moments and inner guidance!

By | 2014-07-23T19:03:56+00:00 July 23rd, 2014|Classes, Inspirational, Meditation, Yoga Sutras|0 Comments

About the Author:

Nirgunavathi Ananda

Nirgunavathi has studied yoga for 32 years in France, India and the U.S. She has studied Anusara Yoga with John Friend since 1998 and was licensed as an Anusara Yoga teacher in 2003. She is delighted to offer the Yoga Sutras and other life enhancing yogic themes in her playfully serious alignment based Anusara Yoga classes at Lake Center Yoga.

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