Ancient wisdom by a modern master

These profound articles reveal the ancient secrets of life and give practical insights and adaptability to modern life through the practices of I AM Yoga, Yoga Nidra, and Yoga Therapy.

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March 26, 2018

Everything you know about yourself, the world in which you live or the books you read comes through your mind. Yet you cannot know who you really are through the mind. The mind is only a part of you and a part cannot comprehend the whole. It cannot know the Self. The Self that is eternal, undivided and whole. 

What you know has been learned from your parents, siblings, school, friends, society and culture in which you were raised. The mind operates from a very limited area of learned behavior, habits and manners. The mind can manage your social life, but it is not e...

February 20, 2018

Human beings are born with the unique ability to materialize their thoughts into forms. The mind is an evolutionary human gift that emerged from the subconscious. The subconscious animal body functions through instincts and is present in the physical body as the autonomic nervous system. The mind gives us the facility to become an individual creator, but it has no access to the in-born creator that is the divine potential within us.

The mind has many creative powers in the dimension of time yet it lives in separation from the time transcendent source of oneness/omni...

October 31, 2016

  

The Posture of Consciousness is the integration of action and non-action where each enhances and empowers the other. This synergistic force is the complementary co-creation of polar opposites—activating the underlying unity that transports us to the experience of sacred union. It dissolves conflicting duality into harmonious polarity through deliberate dynamic action and the deep silent stillness that follows. The combined power of active and receptive modes of being creates a paradoxical experience of meditation in motion. It represents the unity of both si...

April 24, 2016

The entire practice of yoga is not to identify with thoughts but to remain in witnessing, passive awareness. According to Patanjali, yoga goes beyond the modifications of the mind. Reactive thinking is active regardless of what you are doing.  Reactive, mental and emotional activity arises out of unresolved impressions built into the time-bound karma body of the self-image. This means the reactive perceiv

er, the ego-mind, superimposes a distorted reality of what is present.  Patanjali’s practice of yoga advises us to use prana and pranayama to reveal the reactive e...

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