The Practice of Cultivating Awareness

/The Practice of Cultivating Awareness

The Practice of Cultivating Awareness

When you quiet your mind, you can take your mental “temperature” and steady your energy, regardless of what thoughts arise. When you take an active role in observing your thoughts, rather than a passive one, you’ll notice a difference in the way you react to them and to the world around you. By becoming more aware of your energy, you are better able to stay balanced throughout your day, and less likely to overreact to situations. This is called “cultivating awareness” because it requires practice and attention.

Join us tonight for the practice of cultivating awareness at Friday Night Meditation Class from 7:15pm-8:45pm.

Om, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti,

Nirgunavathi & Sri Ekan

By | 2015-03-06T07:57:30+00:00 March 6th, 2015|Classes, Inspirational, Meditation|0 Comments

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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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