Abundant WellBeing

Experience the Fullness of Your Feminine Nature – ONLINE

Experience the Fullness of Your Feminine Nature – ONLINE

During our retreat delve into the depth of intuition, quiet practice, lively sharings and joyous self expression. Let’s explore how we, as women, have the power to use each moment of our daily and spiritual lives to reflect our authentic self. Learn to invoke the presence of the heart in daily rituals, the scriptures and the physical practices of Yoga. During this program we will explore: Special meditations to touch and expand the...

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Breathing Inspiration

Breathing Inspiration

by Nischala Joy Devi. January 19, 2015. Our own breath provides a beautiful meditation. When we observe the breath, we begin to join the outer world with the inner world. As the waves gently come onto the earth and return to the sea, so our breath enters the body and then returns to the world. Our breath naturally flows in and out about 16 times a minute—back and forth, in and out, gently and evenly. We often use the word “inspiration” to...

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Hum Into Spring With Yogic Breathing

Hum Into Spring With Yogic Breathing

by Nischala Joy Devi April 8, 2014 At last! After a harsh winter in many parts of the U.S., Spring is here. People who have been bundled up for months are stepping outside and deeply breathing the fresh air. Although pranayama, the yogic breathing practices, do us good in every season, in every part of the world, this is a wonderful time to be reminded to make them part of your daily routine year round. As the bees start buzzing and visiting the...

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Prana: The Universal Energy

Prana: The Universal Energy

by Nischala Joy Devi. October 23, 2013. Let’s talk about prana, the vital energy. Inhabiting and surrounding each cell of our physical body and is the universal energy called prana (this energy is named qi in Japan and chi in China). Everything in the natural world has a field of energy surrounding and circulating through it. At different times the quality and quantity of prana may vary. For example, a tree in winter would have less...

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