Meditation and pranayama
This foundational workshop will teach the two core practices of AYP: Deep meditation and Spinal breathing pranayama.
Type of Event
£10 before the date, £15 on the day
AYP Meditation and pranayama: the core practices
All our minds have the natural ability to become quiet. And when they do, we are in touch with an infinite storehouse of potential. Whether we be sitting beneath the apple tree or at our patent office desk, and whether it be space/time relations or sonatas and symphonies which resonate throughout, our silent mind is our genius.
But this is not all. Silent mind. Is peaceful, blissful and healthy. It is the peace which passeth all understanding. And those who know how to cultivate it, are not only in touch with their inner creativity, they radiate a youthfulness and optimism felt by everyone nearby (good vibrations).
Meditation is the process of systematically allowing the mind to become still for specific periods of time each day. In doing this daily over weeks, months and years, quietness, consciousness, gradually comes into play when the mind is active and our worldly life is enriched.
This foundational workshop will teach the two core practices of AYP: Deep meditation and Spinal breathing pranayama. AYP (Advanced Yoga Practices) is a system of yoga put together by the American scientist and spiritual teacher, Yogani. No prior experience or knowledge is required to start AYP practices and human beings all over the globe are finding this system, which integrates all of yoga’s limbs, effective in their path of awakening. (For more info see: ).
Through meditation, the relationship between consciousness and the world gradually changes. This is the process of yoga, the joining. Cultivating a degree of abiding inner silence is the first step, this enables us to establish a base in consciousness, awaking the silent inner seed of who we are. We are all doors to the infinite, and our opening can be playful and full of love.
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