It is the same, but with a slight difference. The emphasis is now not on the gap, but on the turning. The outgoing and ingoing breath make a circle. Remember, these are not two parallel lines. We always think of them as two parallel lines -- breath going in and breath going out...
Editor's Note: The 112 meditations of the Vigyan Vairabh Tantra revealed by Osho are considered some of the oldest treasures in connecting with the superconscious.
Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: What is your doshic phenotype? Deconstructing the Ayurvedic body and mental phenotypes can get confusing. Vata, pitta and kapha are present in all individuals in various combinations, but how do you know which doshas predominate within you? This brief, but clear video by Dr. Neelesh Korde discusses numerous features, mental/emotional states and behaviors of each dosha. Take a moment to explore the differencs among the three doshas and how they may present within you. Namaste
Editor's Note: Massage Master Kam Thye Chow shares his informative perspective of Chair Massage. In this video, he coins the phrase "exaggerate the back" to help the therapist to achieve optimal posture. He also covers important fundamentals of massage technique, including the quality of touch and the use of tai chi stances. Kam Thye Chow believes "thai massage can save the world." He defines massage as being synonymous with loving-kindness! See Part 1.
Massage & Bodywork
by Stacy Lazar
Most of us could go through an entire day – weeks even – slouching in our desk chairs without realizing for a single moment that we’ve done our bodies not-so-good. By the time we’ve determine that our backs, necks and shoulders are aching, and that it might be time to book a massage, we can hardly recall where the pain came from in the first place...
Massage & Bodywork
Editor's Note: Sitting in a chair all day can tighten your hips. Kino shows us an easy switch of position that will help keep your hips open and your core muscles strong. She shows twotypes of sitting crossed legged and explains why they are actually good for your hips. Happy Hips!
by Marianella Medrano-Marra
After morning yoga I walk to my car, conscious of every step. I look down at the muddy path, my clogs stepping firmly, yet gently, on the soft ground, knowing that the moment is precious and feeling the interconnection of breath and step. The rain falls discretely on my curls, and the scent of lavender rising from my wet hair awakens me even more...
Editor’s Note from Susan de Wardt: Poetry Therapist Medrano-Marra talks about her experience using poetry in counseling.
Writings and Poetry Therapy
by Thomas Hobson
Have you ever seen one of those prepubescent beauty queens? You know, the ones whose moms dress them up like adult women, bouffant their hair, and give them make-up to make it look like they have 18-year-old heads on 5-year-old bodies? We're appalled...
Editor's Note: Why do we label young children with terms like "aggressive" or "violent" when they're simply exploring their world? Teacher Tom examines this topic in depth and I agree, let's stop labeling young boys as "violent" and allow them a healthy exploration of their power.
Family & Parenting
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