In part 2 of her article, Veena explains the connections between kungfu and XinYiBa, and XinYiBa and the Gulun Kungfu Heritage.
“…your soul is intrinsically free. You don’t have to ask for it, and you don’t have to struggle for it. It is already there, this very moment,” says Osho.
Veeno’s second card in our new collection. The reading this time comes out as a love letter from the body.
Osho’s answer to: “Would it not make matters much simpler to somehow impress upon our young ones to begin with God?”
The Dalai Lama talks to a group of seekers led by Deepak Chopra at his residence in Dharamsala/McLeodGanj, HP, India on February 11, 2019.
Who doesn’t know the feeling of an intense tiredness descending on one’s body – for example just after lunch? The head droops slightly, the eyelids struggle to remain open and the couch beckons! Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D., shows how naps can protect your health and boost your waking performance. Published in Psychology Today on May 7, 2018.
On the other hand, many so-called saints have been teaching us to ignore our body, and let it starve, says Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on February 19, 2018.
Aleksa Erickson lists a number of general observations of pain and the location in the physical body to serve as a guide to help healing. Published in Collective Evolution.
Ageh Bharti continues his speaking tours throughout India, addressing the youth. Here a report from New Delhi.
The mind can affect the condition of the body, just as the condition of the body can affect the mind, writes Keerti in the Deccan Chronicle on October 10, 2016.
In a loud and distracting world, finding pockets of stillness can benefit your brain and body. Here are four science-backed reasons why, writes Carolyn Gregoire in The Huffington Post on March 5, 2016
Meditation is a subtle death – a deep death of you, your mind, your ego, of all that makes you defined. But that which is within is there. That is pure consciousness.
How talking to your body helps you heal – explained by Therese Wade in thespiritscience.net on August 7, 2015
Navanita explains how to connect with your body and to stay present with your own bodily sensations.
Australian cross-country skier Janine Shepherd was rendered a partial paraplegic when she was hit by a truck during an Olympic training bike ride. Doctors didn’t expect her to recover. But she not only learned to walk again – she learned to fly and experienced more, so much more. Here is her riveting and touching speech all the way to an incredibly insightful ending.
Science recognizes more and more that meditation is helpful in curing dis-ease and resulting pain in the physical body.
A taste of Navanita’s teaching about learning to remember to listen to the body and loving it! Interview by Punya.