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Nadi Shodhan Pranayam

  Nadi Shodhan Pranayam or also known as alternate nostril breathing. The nadis are the subtle nerve channels in the body and shodhan means purifying or cleaning, so this pranayama or breathing exercise will help to cleanse the subtle nerve channels within the body allowing the prana or energy to flow freely helping you to maintain good health. Take your right hand and gently rest your index and middle finger between your eyebrows. You will be using your ring finger to close

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Mantra Meditation

  What is a Mantra?Yoga philosophy speaks about the Original Cause or Source of everyone and everything. Mantras are spiritual sound vibration springing from the Original Cause that have the effect of reconnecting us with that source we have all come from. Mantras have no material origin they are eternal and transcendental. They can be found in the Vedas or ancient yoga texts and have been passed down by the self-realised sages in the yoga lineages

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Silent Witness Meditation

  The timeless Mantra Aham Brahmasmi means, I am not the body, I am not the mind, I am the eternal spirit soul, spark of the Supreme Soul.  I am only temporarily in a material body, the body is temporary, but I am eternal.  Silent witness meditation, helps us to come to the realisation that we are not the mind. Bring your hands to chin mudra (palms up with your thumb and forefinger

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