#YogaTutorial : #ShivaPose When I first saw this pose on Instagram, I couldnt figure out what was going on. Thankfully Rachel.yoga posted a video to explain the mechanics behind the pose. So here's me sharing the love! Tips : 1) stretch your hamstrings in forward folds. Hold for at least 3 minutes 2) open your hips in pigeon pose. Hold for at least 3 minutes 3) start with your bottom foot in slightly closer to begin 4) hook your leg up as high up your shoulder as possible. Good luck ...

Tips : stretch your hamstrings in forward folds. Hold for at least 3 minutes open your hips in pigeon pose. Hold for at least 3 minutes start with your bottom foot in slightly closer to begin hook your leg up as high up your shoulder as possible.

Om

In Yoga OM is everything. It is the vibration & consciousness of the entire universe.

Ekadashi means the 11th day after the full moon and the 11th day after the new moon. The human physiology goes through a cycle called a mandala, approximately every 40 to 48 days. In this cycle, three specific days will arise when the body does not demand food. If you identify those days in your life and not give the body food – because it is not asking for it – a lot of your health issues will be handled by that simple pattern.

Infographic - Ekadashi Friends, I never fasted in the whole of life, but now I feel that I should take fast aa I feel heaviness in the body & I wish to be close to myself.

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Click the pin for more Spiritual Healing. Mudra Notes: Self-Realization (Shunya SoHam) Mudras: SimpleDailyUse

Practice for 5-20 min chanting Om Namah Shivaya which "means 'I bow to that which I am becoming.' In the context of this chant, Shiva represents the inner reality or the truest nature of ourselves. This chant helps to expand the innate wisdom we all carry within us. It’s basically a way of declaring “war” on bad habits and ignorance. Once these are shed, the soul can shine through and true happiness is attained."

Practice for min chanting Om Namah Shivaya which "means 'I bow to that which I am becoming.' In the context of this chant, Shiva represents the inner reality or the truest nature of ourselves. This chant helps to expand the innate wisdom we all carry

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Walking into a yoga class for the first time can be an intimidating experience. quick yoga vocab lesson here.

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