You are going to uncover your true potential and strength within by reading ‘Finding Personal Peace Twenty-eight Yoga Classes for a Balanced Life’.
The intention of this book is to deepen the yoga experience, understanding, and enjoyment for the integration of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of everyone interested in deepening their home practice.
Go ahead, try it on!
As the author explains, her book lays out a swift and realistic blueprint for transforming anyone’s yoga practice and achieving more than they ever thought possible.
“What we want to do with our practice of yoga is to transform and balance koshas. Direct flow of prana and we become masters of our own internal kitchen. Whole entire beingness balanced within and without. The breath has prominence of and over the mind and emotions. If you are experiencing fear, take a deep breath. If you are experiencing anger, count to ten. Mind slows down breath. When awareness is brought back to the breath, there is a conscious release. This methodology plays a huge part in the book,” says Chaney.
Continuing, “Yoga is about saving energy to move into higher states of consciousness. To create awareness and bring awareness to the ears. When the breath switches sides, for 1 minute the center channel opens. You can experience your full potential in all one moment. Each reader will find that my book deepens their experience, understanding, and enjoyment in the integration of their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.”
According to the author, this book contains more than two words of profanity per page.
The author has rated this book PG (not necessarily suitable for children).
The following suggestions are suitable for morning, late afternoon, and/or early evening yoga practices. Take time to connect to your inner harmony through the breath. Remember that breath always precedes movement. Be consistent in your practice and with perseverance and humility and you will be rewarded. Every action is either a call for love or an act of love.
After 28 days, step out from this new sense of sacred space that you have created and see how you feel. Then pull back into that sacred space and stay there for awhile. Keep your sacred space shielded and again work on what is right for you.
Yoga is a deliverance from pain and sorrow. When the mind, intellect, and self are under control and free from restless desire, one is in communion. Regular practice of your own sadhana and the presence of God will follow. Make way for abundance, release yourself from fear, and open yourself to receive pure love.
When one has self love, one can have compassion for circumstances and can make decisions based on one’s circumstances. Everything that is going on around oneself is their circumstance. There is a healthy way to respond.
We are in an ever changing environment if we cannot change the external we can change the internal. We always have the capacity to love and “I” can choose to live in that love. When someone has self love, you can meet people where they are with pure awareness and without judgment. Our yoga practice gives us a space to get out of our emotional responses.
I was taught to activate spiritual wisdom through withdrawing my senses inward. Allowing the mind to follow the path of breath which is where the lotus of the heart resides. Though your point of reference may be different, it is important to follow the procedure yet the technique must be flexible. Your own inner feeling is your teacher.
Learning to properly sit, focus the mind, and the experiential process will enfold. When you travel through your heart, you will enter into the seat of transformation. This is the beginning of gathering energy into every cell which is the miracle of yoga.
Enjoy your inner exploration of body, mind, and Spirit! These 28 practices offer centering prayers, asana, pranayama, meditations, and songs. May we all house the Light of the Spirit. Life may not be the party we hoped for … but while we are here we might as well dance!
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