Inner Awakening is about not waiting for life to happen to you, it is not about positive thinking, personal growth or just good health. It is about going beyond your normal happiness and pain, and awakening the unknown hidden potential energy in you that creates and bolts a powerful shift in your consciousness, permanently!
Established in the consciousness of Patanjali, Paramahamsa Nithyananda reveals brand new insights on the Yoga Sutras and the experience of Ashtanga Yoga.
In this unique yoga workshop, you will experience inner silence, peace of mind and creativity with Divine Feminine Energy!
The intense 10-days experiential teachers training program brings you the very essence of yoga based on the life experience of enlightened avatar, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, whose early years were shaped by the yogic training that he received from his teacher, Yogiraj Yogananda Puri, an accomplished master of yoga, in the holy town of Tiruvannamalai, India.
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We have heard that pain is the messenger from our bodies to our mind. How does your mind greet the messenger? Is it something to be shooed away because you are too busy or is it welcomed because of the warning it brings?
Depression is one of the most common mental disorders to overwhelm our planet in the last century, affecting tens of millions of people across cultures, ages and socio-economic groups. In fact, depression is the 4th leading contributor to the global burden of disability and disease.
This is a very interesting technique to refresh yourself in an instant.
One of the many enjoyments of life is eating. While we still enjoy all aspects of food, over the years not only has our diet changed, becoming much less complete, but how we eat has also changed. We now eat in the car, in meetings, in a rush. All this change has had a profound effect on our ability to take in and digest not just food, but to digest and assimilate life experiences themselves. People are searching for a way back to wholesome foods. Unfortunately it can be at a great cost and still not provide a complete answer to all aspects of eating.
MANY translate Yoga as ‘union’. Please understand, Yoga is not ‘union’. It is ‘uniting’. Yoga is not a noun. Yoga is a verb. Yoga is not an end result. Yoga is a process. As Lord Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga is being what you are without expectations and without attachments. Yoga is not doing but being.
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