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Yoga Poses – Sukhasana or Easy Pose


Meditative Pose. The Easy Pose, isn’t always easy. After 10 minutes the position can become painful and unstable. It can help you feel ‘grounded’ and connect with yourself. If you have knee and/or hip injuries or issues, then you may … Continue reading

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Yoga Poses – Triang Mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana or Three Parts Forward Bend Pose


As with the vast majority of yoga poses, this one is easy to pronounce and you want to make sure that your pelvis is neutral and the spine is aligned ‘straight’/normal curvature. With this pose, avoid or modify if you … Continue reading

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Yoga Poses – Balasana or Child Pose


Children are proper chill. Well, they can’t control their emotions generally, but when they want to chill and switch off, they are yogi master level instructors. This pose helps you to chill like a child. It’s also called child pose … Continue reading

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Yoga Poses – Paschimottanasana or Seated Forward Bend


Make sure that you are putting equal weight on each glute / sit bone Normal people with sitting or sedentary job get a pelvis with an incorrect tilt, causing a exaggerated curve in the spine. This pelvis issue causes a … Continue reading

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Yoga Poses – Dandasana or Staff/Stick Pose


Dandasana or Staff/Stick Pose The Stick pose can be difficult for general population – office workers and static standing jobs can ‘re-align’ the body. Problems with sitting jobs – passive lengthening of neck muscles and forward head carriage, rounded shoulders, … Continue reading

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What is Kundalini Yoga?


wow! Mind blown! I feel like I’ve isolated myself quite a bit from ‘mainstream’ people already – always talking about Buddhism, Stoicism, Ram Dass, DMT, frontal lobe Vs Limbic sytem etc. I think it’s fair nice to say that most … Continue reading

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How to Live in the Moment: 6 Simple Ways to Practice Mindfulness


  It seems in the past few years, everyone is touting the benefits of mindfulness. But what is mindfulness exactly, and how can you benefit from being more mindful in your daily life? Mindfulness is the practice of intentional focus … Continue reading

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How to Stop Worrying


Some steps that help me: With a ‘change in household makeup’ on the way, I’ve found myself worrying quite a bit about work, so I thought I’d bash this blog post out before going to work… Accept that worrying is … Continue reading

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Matt Cutts: Try something new for 30 days


Another great video from Ted. Matt Cutts, head of webspam for Google, says how he felt like he was stuck in a rut. Which is surprising, considering how successful he is, and how laid back he seems. He talks about trying … Continue reading

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How to Meditate


I’m not an expert at all, but I think mindful meditation kind of goes like this: Decide on a phrase that you can repeat in your head. Sit down somewhere, repeat phrase and focus on either the phrase or your … Continue reading

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