We use a very simple technique to practice Nyasa meditation – placing awareness on each of the chakras using gentle breathing, and then spending a few moments just feeling the effects. There is nothing fancy here, and I find this very effective to awaken sensitivity and consciousness in the whole spine.
Rediscover the simple pleasure to move your body regardless of the condition it is in right now; simple movements to clear, clean, energise, mobilise and strengthen in whatever way available. And a short meditation of gratitude and appreciation to make us experience the goodness that is already here.
The formule of Morning Express classes are: a short but powerful physical practice followed by a short but sweet meditation. This session works the whole body and leaves you feeling wake and alive, and the meditation connects you with your inner richness and satisfaction. Have a nice day – and evening, it works at all […]
Manipura, the third chakra, is maybe the chakra that is most active collectively in our time and age. It relates to our tendency to worry and its opposite, our capacity to feel contentment; to our attachment to likes and dislikes and our discipline to overcome personal tendencies. This is not a long lecture on the […]
Continuing our light exploration of the chakras, we now concentrate on the second center, Svadhisthana. This chakra, localised between the lower belly and the sacrum, regulates many functions in the body, specifically related to our kidneys, urinary bladder and sexuality. This is a extremely powerful center; as with all the others, the power here can […]
This is our first instalment of a series of 7 different meditations, meant to help us bring awareness to these very important energy centers that yogis have been exploring for literally thousands of years. This is a great companion for the articles on chakras I have been writing for Yoga International (Dutch edition) but we […]