Let's Begin. Find a comfortable place and posture to practice. You can be seated or lay down, as you wish.
Release your shoulders, lenghthen your spine & close your eyes.
Relax your face, separate your teeth - feel the space in your forehead, in between your eye browns.
Relax your eyes and the muscles behind your eyes --- Open your eye in. The eye of the wisdom, and the eye of knowing
When open and balanced we feel in tune with and guided by our heart and express ourselves with ease and clarity. This is the place where all our impulses, dreams, creative ideas and projects come to realization through the power of word and action.
There we come into our own power, developing willpower and self-esteem. Fire is a powerful element which not only burns
but also modifies the visible elements of earth and water into invisible matter like heat, vapour and gas. Not only that, fire brings light and therefore illuminates our path in life, bringing direction to our journey.
Muladhara is the first of seven chakras which run upwards along the spine all the way to the crown of the head. It is our connection to our vehicle in this world: our physical body and everything to do with our origins (roots) and our basic needs.
Yoga is a Sanskrit word for “Union”. One of the stories goes that we breathe in the soul with the first breath we take as babies. And we breathe out this life with the last breath we exhale before the body goes. Yoga sets a belief that the soul lives on because it is immortal – Atman survives. Atman is the Universal energy which every soul is part of. The ancient concept of Yoga – a practice of over 5000 years – is t...