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Tue, 28 June


Varsity Lakes

Meditation - How to make it a daily practice

A daily meditation practice can decrease stress and anxiety and increase clarity and connection. This is an opportunity to learn the fundamental skills required to support a genuine Meditation practice based on traditional Yogic principles.

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Meditation - How to make it a daily practice
Meditation - How to make it a daily practice

Time & Location

28 June 2022, 7:15 pm – 8:00 pm

Varsity Lakes, 26/221 Christine Avenue In the Christine Corner Shopping Centre upstairs behind harmony vision, Varsity Lakes QLD 4227, Australia

About the event

ComingBreath and mind are intimately connected. How we breathe is a reflection of how we think & as we begin to shape our breath consciously, the mind has no choice but to respond. Yes Asana has a place and can assist us getting to a calm & steady state, but it doesn’t end there. In Vedanta the turnings of the mind are split into four distinct categories: • Manas: The reactive mind • Chitta: Storehouse of memory • Ahamkara: Sense of I-am-ness (ego) • Buddhi: Higher mind/Intelligence. To have a positive effect on these four functions of the mind using Yoga systematically we aim to: • calm Manas (reactivity) • neutralise & diffuse Chitta (deep impressions or memories) • dissolve Ahamkara (ego) • Finley tune and hone your Buddhi (higher intellect) Why is this important? Because most of us believe we are our thoughts & believe all the stories our loud, busy minds tell us, even though most of it is clouded with all sorts of junk we have accumulated over time. The gift of a committed meditation practice is both the ability to see yourself & life clearly, and also the courage & capacity to bring your highest vision into manifestation ✨✨✨ Who doesn’t want that?! Meditation has changed my life & I’m so grateful to be able to share these transformational practices with you.

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