Self-care is the self-healing in self-effort
“O Rama, one should, with a body free from illness and a mind
free from distress, pursue self-knowledge . . .
and such self-effort has a three-fold fruit:
an inner awakening in the intelligence,
a decision in the mind and the physical action.”
one guiding principle
One eternal principle guides us in our self-care, because we are divinity itself in essence and because we live in a human body through which the Divine and Divine Mother work . . . we experience that as power which has to be contained
A profound sense of wellbeing we associate with an inner richness, an earthiness, an appreciation of all things, generous and nurturing, wholesomeness . . . embodying our one guiding principle
With reverence for wisdom of the power of nature
Pure Wellbeing cultivates itself in us when we create or restore inner harmony . . . when the inner and outer worlds of our beings are at ease with each other
In Body Zen Body Bliss and our Pure Being self-caring practices, we’re including aromatherapy and ayurvedic rituals for self-massage, elimination and cleansing which support the liver.
We also Support the hypothalamus for growth hormone by promoting sufficient deeply nourishing Sleep ( one benefit of increased Melatonin levels with breathing, relaxation and meditation practices)
Yoga says: You are a spiritual being in a Human Body – and this is not easy.
Our union in Yoga is our connection of the mind, body and spirit with the Soul – and the Divine, in whatever what you experience your Source
In our Practice, we are connecting with that Spirituality. And you turn to Yoga for your Wellbeing, because you have a desire for your deeper spiritual connection.
You experience this when your Practice meets your Life.
There is no goal, only being . . . the universe accepts you unconditionally just for being yourself . . . for your perfection
From the very first minute that we arrive on this planet we are measured, compared, examined, evaluated, appraised and assessed. Then, as we grow older, we are encouraged to compete. No wonder we all grow up so keenly conscious of our place in the world and our need to keep attaining and defending positions. But none of this is what makes you special or why you matter. Astrologer Jonathan Cainer
As we go through life, we are conditioned by family, friends, society and experiences; over the years the fear of rejection, disappointment, failure and/or looking like a fool take over preventing us from chasing our passion fearlessly like children in a new world where anything was possible.
You can be whoever you want to be, but in truth you can only be yourself; only, this requires courage and a certain degree of fearlessness, which is never easy. Astrologer Priya Kale
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