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  • Test If Your Thoughts, Words & Actions Are Spiritual

    Test If Your Thoughts, Words & Actions Are Spiritual

    Our popular contributor Kara-Leah writes about all kinds of things, from home practice and parenting to the etiquettes of yoga class and the ethics of yoga. In this article written in 2012, just after the John Friend scandal broke, she muses on how we determine what 'right action' is.

    by Kara-Leah Grant 

     

    Trying to take the right action in your life?

    Forget the Ten Commandments.

    Forget even the yamas or the niyamas.

    Here instead is the Golden Litmus Test of Right Action.

    Apply it to all your behaviour.

    Everything you do.

    Everything you say.

    And everything you think. (If you really want to up your game...)

    Can you publicly own this action, word or thought?

    Can you publish it in the newspaper? Talk about it on Tv? Answer to it on radio?

    Yes?

    Sweet... do it, say it, think it.

    No?

    Don't do it, say it, think it...

    At least, not without further inquiry into the action, word or thought.

    Perhaps, with further inquiry, you will be able to publicly own it.

    Until then, park it.

    This is my reflection after reading this interview with John Friend, following the recent accusations about his behaviour.

    It's my reflection as a teacher, writer and yogi, making her way in the world.

    It's not advice for anybody else, necessarily.

    It's advice for me.

    There's just no way I can wiggle out of anything, if I ask myself that question - can I publicly own this action, word or though?

    Because to do so is to own the action, word or thought as part of who I am.

    It's to be authentic. Not perfect, but authentic.

    In the past, I've owned my drug-taking. My partying. My mental health issues. I'm looking at owning my sexual history. Owning the past has been a path to empowerment for me, because it's meant I've fully accepted me for Me, in all my inglorious glory.

    And applying this Golden Litmus Test now means that I take time to truly be present with whatever action, word or thought I'm considering.... so I do, say and think less that will need to be 'owned' in the future.

    Taking time to be present now means I can't bullshit myself.

    'Cos I know, just as you know, when I'm doing things that will hurt myself and others.

    I know.

    Just like you know.

    And John Friend would have known.

    Of course, our Wily Minds get in on the act and present all kinds of reasons why we should just go ahead and have that extra piece of chocolate cake, lie on our tax return or sleep with those consenting adult married women.

    Anything is justifiable, in the mind, by the mind, for the mind.

    Except that one question.

    Can I publicly own this extra piece of chocolate cake, lying on my tax return, sleeping with that consenting adult married women?

    And maybe you can. Maybe it's a-ok for you to eat cake, dodge tax or have sex with married women. Because of the circumstances, situations, reasons or path you're on...

    You know. 

    You know if you publicly own this action, this word, this thought... And if not, why are you doing it? Saying it? Thinking it?

    I wonder how John's doing right now, and what's he thinking of doing. It's a huge challenge he's facing. Huge. May he rise to the occasion. Hey, it's an incredible opportunity for leadership eh?

    Reading John's letter of apology to the Anusara Community, I wondered...

    What would happen if there was total transparency?

    A laying down of the facts of the matter with no attempt to control the receiving of that information?

    i.e. What would happen if John Friend just told us what happened?

    Is this possible? Is this helpful?

    What does it take to expose ourselves, as we are, in the choices we make and the things we do, with nothing to hide behind? No excuses, no deflections, no flowery new-age language or hazy spiritual platitudes?

    Courage, undoubtedly.

    Trust, for sure.

    And surrender, of what might happen as a result.

    What might we gain, if we were to have the courage, trust and surrender required to expose ourselves as we truly are, inside and out, private and public, to all who would ask?

    I wonder...

    Does any of us have what it takes to live like that?

    About Kara-Leah

    Kara-Leah is a writer and yoga teacher who has always been infinitely curious about the make-up of the human psyche and body. Regular yoga helped her heal and recover from chronic back issues, including a spinal fusion at age 16, and two episodes of psychosis at age 29. 

     

    Her daily home yoga practice began in earnest when people kept asking her to teach them yoga.  She?s since trained as a teacher with Shiva Rea, and immersed herself in practicing, teaching yoga and writing about yoga. Kara-Leah lives just outside of Queenstown, New Zealand with her son Samuel. 

     

    She?s the publisher of The Yoga Lunchbox and published her first book, Forty Days of Yoga ? Breaking down the barriers to a home yoga practice in 2013. Her second book, The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yogahas just been releasedShe?s also a regular contributor to the Elephant Journal 

     

     

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  • Goodness Meditation for Self-Realization

    Goodness Meditation for Self-Realization

    We are born ultimately for one reason only, to awaken to the Truth.  Most all else we do is a waste of life, waste of precious time and energy.  But this is not what I want to go into today.  Today, for the benefit of those who have heard the calling, I want to present a different approach to the monumental task of moment to moment to awareness.

    Spiritual awakening, as you might have heard, requires constant awareness of one's thoughts, feelings and actions.  To those who have seriously committed themselves to this practice, know that it is no easy task to maintain such moment to moment vigilance.  If you are greatly inspired you might manage to keep it going for a few days, but eventually, if you are in the midst of life and activity, you will drift back into your patterns of thought and lose your state of attention and presence.  So what can help?

    There are techniques which are very helpful in maintaining such uninterrupted awareness and especially those tied to the breath are particularly helpful, but today I want to suggest a rather different approach, which although is simple, I have found to be quite effective.  It is the practice of Goodness.

    Be good and do good at all times, no matter what.  If you attempt this practice, you will learn a great deal about yourself, while at the same time accomplish two other very important goals.  One you will end up having to live with quite a bit of awareness and alertness, and two, you will become an emissary of light and love, which is the ultimate way to live pre or post enlightenment anyway.

    The reason this approach is so very helpful, is because we are mired in self-interest.  The "I" is our obsession and very little good comes out of that state.  So to be good, you have to be very watchful of what you say, how you act and what you think.  You have to become alert to the negative consequences this constant self-interest brings.  As you delve into this practice, you will notice how you might be dismissive of a child who is clamoring for your attention, or how you might hurt another with a simply gesture, or a harsh word. You will start to see how being caught in the pursuit of pleasure and security, leads to anger, irritation and selfish behavior. You might be surprised at the patterns you have fallen into, which bring pain to others.

    The outcome is that you will start to become conscious to the ways of the mind and ego.  This is the essence of meditation.  You will start to realize where your self-centered thinking has brought you and how it impacts your ability to be loving, caring, kind, generous and compassionate.  This awareness will then put you on the path of Self-Realization.

    Imagine if everyone adopted this practice.  Even if enlightenment was not possible for all, the world and society would certainly be revolutionized.  It would bring an end to wars and conflicts and make the world a more peaceful and loving place.  But it has to start with each of us.  So I suggest giving this technique a try. Just be as good as you can possibly be, every single day, every single moment.  Wake up in the morning and say to yourself, let me be as completely good today.  At night, before sleep review the day and see where you slipped up.  Don't be harsh or judge yourself, for that is not being nice to yourself, instead just take stock of the day and your behavior.  Just study it and learn from it.  

    Try this and see what happens.  It is a very interesting practice and it will not only affect your consciousness, but you will notice how it affect those around you.  Relationships will start to take on a very different color and at a more subtle level you will start to affect the whole consciousness of mankind.  That though is a discussion for another day, for now just be good and do good.

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  • Why Spiritual Seeking Involves Walking the Razor?s Edge with Awareness

    Why Spiritual Seeking Involves Walking the Razor?s Edge with Awareness

    Welcome to an article by our new guest contributor, Dr. Bina Nangia. Dr. Nangia is a long-time spiritual seeker who works with children. This week she looks at how spiritual seeking is about dancing the razor's edge.

    by Dr. Bina Nangia

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    Spiritual seeking happens when it is meant to happen.

    It definitely depended on thousands of things to co-ordinate in my life. When there is intense longing to ?know what you don?t know? the path begins to unfold.

    With receptivity, every person, object, situation points to the direction of your seeking. Once on this path, the journey begins.

    In the beginning it seems fast track, since you start experiencing things which you were not even aware of.

    Then it?s a ?razor?s edge? In fact, the true journey begins only now.

    Every moment of your existence, it seems as if the universe is conspiring to teach you the many lessons you have to learn. It is in this allowing that the razor?s edge is experienced.

    The journey is continuous, ongoing and flowing. Every interaction with others is the ground for further growth. If the understanding of ?reality? is weak, then you can slip on either side of the razor. The balancing act is the key to remain stable and have the conviction to move further on the path. The practise has to be ongoing and regular. There is danger of slipping from the razor?s edge and not being able to get back.

    Here is when ?awareness? happens - the big picture, with the awareness of our role as a part of the totality.

    Our interactions with others, as an exchange of role play with awareness, reduces our chances of slipping from the razor?s edge.

    At every moment, we have to be fully aware of the role of divinity, placing us at the right place at the right time. Thousands of things have to go right in order for us to be and do what we are doing in the present situation.

    This constant awareness helps me to be mindful, in every moment and live it to the fullest.

    I try and find the perfect balance on the razor.

    Can the wave independently try and balance itself? Its base is the ocean. The wave can try to be a wave or allow the ocean to express itself as a wave. The balance is in the allowing.

    In the allowing, there is awareness of being a part of the ocean, yet not independent.

    Then there is complete freedom, as the ocean?s job, you just allow with awareness.

    This freedom is liberating and you are free of the bondage of believing that you are bound.

    Then it?s a ?wow? moment. Then you are in balance with awareness.

    The razor?s edge is a reminder to keep getting back to awareness, till it becomes you. Then you are awareness itself.

    It is a wonderful exercise to be on the razor?s edge, mindfully and then balance with awareness.

     About Dr. Bina Nangia

    Dr. Nangia currently works with special kids. This is her calling and she has been working in this field for 20 years.

    A grandmother of two boys, Dr. Nangia has been practising yoga since her younger days. Her keen interest in spirituality over many years has got her in touch with many masters. They have contributed to her growth tremendously. She shares her thoughts in magazines and newspaper articles.

    Dr. Nangia is the author of Dyslexia Decoded, a handbook for special educators, which was recently published by Penguin and Hayhouse.

    She shares her experiences about special education on various social networking sites, and is a trained therapist and family networker.

    Dr. Nangia lives in Delhi, India.

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  • The Five Koshas Explained: How They Impact Your Yoga Practice & Life

    The Five Koshas Explained: How They Impact Your Yoga Practice & Life

     This article is an edited extract from Kara-Leah's second book, The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga. Pre-sales have just started, order here.

    by Kara-Leah Grant, author of The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga

     

    Do enough research, and it seems we can find evidence that regular practice of yoga can positively impact everything from anxiety, depression, and panic attacks to thyroid conditions, sciatica and asthma. In fact, it could be said that yoga can positively impact anything that has to do with the functioning of our physical bodies, minds or emotions.

    How can this be possible? Surely yoga?s not a silver bullet?

    Well no, it?s not. However, yoga works to harmonise the body, mind and emotions by removing blockages on all levels of our system. The removal of these blockages allow our bodies, minds and emotions to function at their optimum level.

    Remember, yoga is often referred to as the Science of Life - and with good reason.

    Over the centuries, yogis have used practice of yoga (in it?s broadest dimensions) to experientially collect information about the way the we function. This information has been codified for easily explanation, and now the work of Western scientists is corroborating more and more of what the yogis learned experientially.

    The yogis define our body as having five layers or sheaths, each one contained within the other, like Russian Dolls.

    Called Koshas, these sheaths cover every aspect of our being, from the most gross to the most subtle. When we practice yoga - whether it?s asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra, or even karma yoga - we are having an impact on one or more of these layers of the body. For example, asana will primarily affect the grossest layer of Kosha, Annamaya. Of course, anything that affects one kosha will also affect the other koshas because there is no real separation between the layers. They are a conceptual method of understanding that allows us to make sense of our experience.

    When you understand that the practice of yoga works to release blockages in the many layers of the body it helps you understand why sometimes we resist - strongly resist - our practice.

    Those blockages in our body often hide fears and unexpressed emotions. Sure, yoga will make you feel great, but it will also make you FEEL. Sometimes what we feel during or after yoga isn't wonderful, and it helps to have a conceptual model to understand why this can be. Back to the Koshas. And I?ll keep it short.

    Kosha #1 is Annamaya kosha - the outside layer of the body, and roughly translates at the food body.

    This is our physical body - our muscles and our bones, our ligaments and our tendons. This is the kosha most people are concerned about when they begin a yoga practice. They want increased flexibility, they want to tone up their muscles, they want to learn to relax their bodies, they?re looking to gain strength, improve their balance and find stress relief. The primary way to impact this kosha is through asana.

    The practice of asana will also impact Kosha #2, Pranamaya kosha - the energy body.

    Like the Chinese have chi, the yogis have Prana - or life force. Prana moves around the body via channels, or nadis. Some 72,000 apparently, although who counted them, nobody knows. When we practice asana and pranayama, we are impacting Pranamaya kosha. Any blockages in those nadis (and believe me, you?ll have blockages) are worked through, bit by bit. And your improved flow of energy in the body can then affect the Annamaya kosha and also impact any health issues you may be having.

    Prana comes into the body via food and water, but it also comes into the body via breath. One of the major benefits of yoga is that we become conscious of our breathing, and - sometimes for the first time as adults - we learn to take proper deep breaths. This increase of prana into our system literally makes us feel more alive and it invigorates and powers Pranamaya kosha.

    #3 on our tour of the Koshas is Manomaya kosha, the mental body.

    People usually come to yoga for the physical benefits and stay because of how yoga impacts Manomaya kosha. Put bluntly, you feel bloody great after class - mentally clear and emotionally up-beat. That?s what keeps you coming back, time after time. Manomaya kosha is that aspect of Self which takes care of our instinctual needs, plus it also helps us obtain our individual desires.

    On a practical level that means it?s about safety, security, obtaining love and taking care of loved ones. If you?re experienced underlying anxiety because you?ve lost your job and you don?t know how you?re going to pay rent, you?re experiencing that in Manomaya kosha.

    A calming yoga practice like Alternate Nostril Breathing can alleviate those feelings and thoughts. Most of us have a tendency to ?live? in one kosha more than the others. Some people are body-orientated, Westerners tend to be mind-orientated. However, the practice of yoga helps us to balance out our awareness of all the layers of Self and shift us out of being primarily just in Manomayakosha.

    This can mean that our anxiety fades somewhat. It will still be there, but we may be more grounded in Annamayakosha or kosha #4 - Vijnanamaya kosha, the wisdom body. That grounding in the Wisdom body gives us a broader perspective on our life experience, and we?re able to see that we?ll get another job, or that we have plenty of resources to call on. The anxiety fades.

    Cultivating Kosha # 4 - Vijnanamaya kosha is an unexpected benefit of yoga for most people.

    You turn up expecting an exercise class and wanting to touch your toes. But you find yourself connecting to a deeper level of intuition, greater internal wisdom and a sense of higher knowledge. Granted, deepening into an awareness of Vijnanamaya kosha may take more a class once a week, but if you continue to practice, it will come.

    It?s at this more subtle level of our Self that we begin to shift from a primary I-ness orientation - I am a separate being - to a primary One-ness orientation. We feel, and understand, on a deep level that there is no real difference or separation from Me and You. We move beyond feelings and concern based on survival and security, and into feelings that encompass and include all - like compassion, love, and joy.

    Our relationships change, and become more fulfilling, and more joyous. Life simply becomes good. We?re well along the path of yoga and that journey from ego/mind or small self to Atman or Big Self. Shifting into Vijnanamaya kosha is mostly about doing the work that removes the blockages in the three lower koshas.

    We find comfort and harmony in our physical body, we release blockages in our energy body, and we heal and release fears from our mental body. Shifting more and more into Vijnanamaya kosha is like watching life upon up before you, into an expansive landscape where you love everyone. Truly love everyone. Now that?s a pretty cool benefit of doing a few sun salutations every day huh?

    Finally, there?s Kosha #5. Anandamaya kosha, or the Bliss Body.

    Exactly as it sounds, it?s all about the Bliss Baby. No longer separate, you?re bathing in One-ness with All that Is. You and God, you?re One and the Same. And that?s about all I?m going to say about kosha #5, because if you?re getting there, you don?t need me to tell you about it. And if you?re not there, I can?t tell you about it, because I?m not there either. Yet.

    As you practice, no matter what style or kind of yoga you're practicing, you're releasing blockages in one or more of these layers of the body.

    That can mean old memories - both good and bad - floating to the surface of your consciousness. It can mean the spontaneous release of emotion like tears or laughter. It can mean jerking of the body as energy releases in strange ways. All of this is normal. All of this can be part of your yoga experience. So bear this in mind next time you practice - sense your way into your physical body, your energetic body, your mental body, your intuitive body... and maybe even your bliss body.

    This is an edited extract from The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga. You can pre-order your copy here

    About Kara-Leah

    Kara-Leah is a writer and yoga teacher who has always been infinitely curious about the make-up of the human psyche and body. Regular yoga helped her heal and recover from chronic back issues, including a spinal fusion at age 16, and two episodes of psychosis at age 29. 

    Her daily home yoga practice began in earnest when people kept asking her to teach them yoga.  She?s since trained as a teacher with Shiva Rea, and immersed herself in practicing, teaching yoga and writing about yoga. Kara-Leah lives just outside of Queenstown, New Zealand with her son Samuel. 

    She?s the publisher of The Yoga Lunchbox and published her first book, Forty Days of Yoga ? Breaking down the barriers to a home yoga practice in 2013. Her second book, The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yogahas just been releasedShe?s also a regular contributor to the Elephant Journal 

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  • The Life of a Soul Warrior: Looking Back

    The Life of a Soul Warrior: Looking Back

     Welcome to an article by our new guest contributor, Dr. Bina Nangia. Dr. Nangia is a long-time spiritual seeker who works with children. This week she looks at a warrior of the soul who is reviewing her life to date.

    Today the warrior looks back.

    She has so many times been afraid of going into battle.

    She has said ?yes? when she wanted to say ?no? and at times failed in her spiritual duties. Every warrior of the soul must have suffered for the silliest reasons. At some times must have lied or betrayed someone in the past. The warrior now knows she must have at times even hurt someone she loves; for every warrior must have trodden a path that was not theirs.

    But now she looks back and knows that she has been through all this and yet has never lost hope of being better than she is.

    At this moment she realizes that all her battles were necessary to help her go across and reach that inner self where only she can enter and knows the truth. All the battles were orchestrated absolutely perfectly and now she can look upon all of those as necessary experiences.

    She now realizes the importance of all those situations and circumstances which came her way. 

    The soul warrior always listens to the words of certain thinkers such as these by T.H.Huxley:

    ?The consequences of our actions are the scarecrows of fools and the beacons of wise men?.

    The chessboard is the world, the pieces are the gestures of our daily life, and the rules of the games are what we call the laws of nature. The players on the other side are hidden from us, but we know that HIS play is always fair, just and patient. The warrior simply has to accept the challenge.

    She knows that God never overlooks a single mistake by those he loves, nor does he allow his favourites to pretend ignorance of the rules of the game.

    When life lives through the soul warrior and she experiences the experiences, she realizes the importance of spending time with herself. This time she knows is most important to re-connect, contemplate and reflect, and so even in the midst of battles she manages to meditate.

    There is fast movement all around her, things are happening at such a fast pace, that the soul warrior is awestruck but during these times she often sits down, relaxes and lets everything just happen, the way it is happening. She merely witnesses and lovingly surrenders to all movement of life around her.

    Earlier what seemed difficult and impossible looks well orchestrated. The soul warrior is glad and offers silent prayers to God and her masters.

    The soul warrior has learnt patience over her battles which were difficult and understands their purpose. There has been restlessness, uncertainty, anxiety, but replacing these with courage, she has won many inner battles.

    The warrior has realized that the words ?worrier? and ?warrior? look alike except for the ?a?. This means the ?attitudes? of the warrior. For a soul warrior her attitudes have kept her going, never faltering remaining steadfast calm and composed. She views life with tenderness and determination. Her attitudes coupled with faith, belief and determination will help her ultimately solve the mysteries of life and complete the task of the universe.

    She understands that life is beauty and sees a profound awareness in that beauty. The greatest wisdom lies in choosing this awareness wisely.

    The soul warrior is so determined that she will never give up. She will continue to sail her boat of actions with God?s breadth upon the sails, directing, nudging, motivating and cajoling her into doing what she is meant to do.

    She drifts slowly but surely with steadfastness and determination to carry the soul?s messages to other soul warriors.

    There are no resentments, judgements, expectations, attachments only unconditional love and appreciation to one and all. 

     

     About Dr. Bina Nangia

    Dr. Nangia currently works with special kids. This is her calling and she has been working in this field for 20 years.

    A grandmother of two boys, Dr. Nangia has been practising yoga since her younger days. Her keen interest in spirituality over many years has got her in touch with many masters. They have contributed to her growth tremendously. She shares her thoughts in magazines and newspaper articles.

    Dr. Nangia is the author of Dyslexia Decoded, a handbook for special educators, which was recently published by Penguin and Hayhouse.

    She shares her experiences about special education on various social networking sites, and is a trained therapist and family networker.

    Dr. Nangia lives in Delhi, India. 

     

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    Kids Yoga in Schools ? Not My Favorite Location
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    Creative Ways to Get Kids Yoga into Schools
    Back to School isn’t just for kids! Come get trained as a kids yoga teacher - next training starts September 20, 2014!  You’ll have so many wonderful ideas to bring yoga into your classroom. In 2010, I wrote about How to Start a Kids Yoga Program at a School.  Well, things have changed in schools […]
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