Nav is a high achiever. She has lots on the go and tight deadlines to meet. She loves Chai lattes and spicy food. As much as she enjoys her busy schedule, it affects her sleep. She has a hard time falling asleep and wakes up anxious in the middle of the night unable to fall back asleep. Not getting enough sleep makes her grumpy and groggy. Not the best state of mind for a woman with plans for success. Yoga to the rescue! Here are 5 yogic secrets for Nav (and you) to get what you need – a good night’s sleep.
Maria walked in to YogaVision Canada last month, her doctor had recommended Yoga as a method of dealing with stress and she was eager to start. She brought her partner along so they could enjoy time together and do something positive for their health and wellbeing.
The path from Ego to True Self lies in our consciousness – our awareness of the Ego’s actions and taking alternate decisions. Perhaps your Ego tells you not to share a new idea with your colleagues because someone might steal or run away with it. Your True Self knows sharing the idea will make it bigger and help create a more powerful impact as a result. Your True Self also knows when to speak and when to hold silence.
The human talent of this Chakra is boundlessness, surrender to a greater power and trusting what is necessarily will happen. The shadow of boundlessness is grief. Grief may show up as addiction to certain behaviors or substances, ways that we block our natural sense of expansion and freedom.
The post powerful prayer is thank you. Appreciating what you already have brings more.
2. Begin and End the Day
Before you fall asleep at night, mentally list 5 things that you feel grateful for. Do the same when you wake up. This ritual sets your day with positivity and success.
vision happens in the brain, not the eyes; therefore, sitting at a computer isn’t a strain for the eyes in the sense that it causes trouble for their muscles. Instead, the fatigue you feel is your brain asking for mercy.”The brain, in its smart way, projects fatigue onto the eyes, so you’ll take a break.”
“Mantras are not small things, mantras have power. They are the mind vibration in relationship to the Cosmos. The science of mantra is based on the knowledge that sound is a form of energy having structure, power, and a definite predictable effect on the chakras and the human psyche.” ~ Yogi Bhajan