If you are interested in the thought of Ramana Maharshi you can follow me on my profile facebook : Alessandro Longi The subject of photography is The Sacred Mountain Arunachala, in the North of Tamil Nadu. Ramana Maharshi revealed that "Arunachala is the Guru in the form of a mountain. Know that Arunachala is the heart of the world. It's really the same Siva! Although Ramana Maharshi has left his human form, he will always be here shining in the form of Arunachala, giving guidance and comfort to his devotees."
"Silence is unparalleled eloquence, the state of grace that comes from the interior" "The primordial substance whose essence is silence that is me" "Your duty is to be: and not to be this or that . " Ramana Maharshi
Se sei interessato al pensiero di Ramana Maharshi puoi seguirmi sul mio profilo facebook : Alessandro Longi Il soggetto delIa fotografia è la Sacra Montagna Arunachala, nel Nord del Tamil Nadu.
Ramana Maharshi rivelò che "Arunachala è il Guru nella forma di una montagna. Sappiate che Arunachala è il cuore del mondo. E’ veramente lo stesso Siva! Sebbene Ramana Maharshi ha lasciato la sua forma umana, egli rimarrà sempre qui risplendente nella forma di Arunachala, dando guida e conforto ai suoi devoti."
"Il silenzio è ľ impareggiabile eloquenza, lo stato di grazia che sorge dalľ interno" " La sostanza primordiale la cui essenza è il silenzio quello sono io " "Il tuo dovere è quello di essere : e non di essere questo o quello." Ramana Maharshi
#navasana#boatpose An ab and deep hip flexor strengthener, Paripurna Navasana requires you to balance on the tripod of your sitting bones and tailbone. If you have Neck injury: Sit with your back near a wall to perform this pose. As you tilt your torso back rest the back of your head on the wall. Benefits: strengthens the abdominal muscles, the legs and the lower back. It is said to relieve stress, improve digestion and aid the lower abdominal organs: kidney, intestines, and prostate for men. It can also stimulate the thyroid. #yoga#yogapractice#yogalove#yogainspiration#yogaeverydamnday#yogaforever#yogaposes
Everyday Everywhere Yoga
Embracing the messy today.
The hair, the practice, the storage/yoga room in the unfinished basement, the sunburn from my paddle yesterday.
And, to be honest, I wouldn’t change a thing
Fun Fact: The Sanskrit word, “Samyati” has close to 30 definitions, including to travel,” or “to wander.” One of the reasons we travel is to see the world anew. But also remember, you don’t have to travel to wander. On any given day, you can choose to explore something different.
#handstand inspiration from @icewateryoga teacher @yancyscotschwartz
If you’ve reached a plateau in your practice and you’re interested in exploring more, check out Yancy’s classes and, maybe, his Advanced Practice course (a 5-day experience in advanced yoga techniques that will challenge your practice)
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Tribal Booty Shakin Buti!!!
Join @salvyyogi this Friday for the best thing since happy hour, SWEAT.HEAT.BEATZ! @ 6:15pm
Today i Woke up feeling very sore, far more sore then i should feel so i stretched and practiced .♀️
It’s amazing how quickly it dissipated.
So today and every day i will be thankful for my body and for its insane strength. Life is Great .🧘♀️ #namaste
Words cannot describe how beautiful of an experience our most recent #yoga teacher training (#YTT) was that took place on June 1st-23rd. If you missed out on that one, no need to worry! —
We have 2 trainings coming up, one in #Atlanta, GA (October 1st-23rd) and the other in #Thailand (December 2nd-23rd). This is an experience that will elevate your yoga practice, allow you to step into the yoga-teaching world, and will promote #healthyliving. You won't want to miss it. —
We look forward to seeing many of you there. Details at the link in bio!
doesn’t mean you are giving up.
Sometimes you have to surrender into yourself.
Accept what has happened, what hasn’t happened and what has happened yet.
Surrendering is a sign of strength
a sign of courage.
It’s a sign you are ready to become who you were always meant to be. #writtenbymiranda
My practice today left a feeling of euphoria. It left me feeling empowered, loved, and safe. The breeze guided me and I followed cautiously at first until I felt comfortable then I floated onto another realm. I released everything in my practice today and I am happy. I am beautiful. I am woman. I am black. I am here. #yoga
Yesterday I did my first Morning Mysore class in yonks, with my favourite ashtangi @mattryanyoga (visiting from LA). Anyone who’s tried Ashtanga will know that it’s pretty hardcore, especially when you get to third series! Lots of leg behind the head poses and consecutive arm balances.
I naively thought I could rock up and just take up where I left off but I was wrong! It was effing exhausting!!! I realised how much strength and flexibility I have lost in certain areas, even though I have gained it in others.
I love my daily self practice but little by little, my pose selection has narrowed down mostly to just my favourite flows and sequences, the ones that come easily to me.
I used to practice leg behind the head and arm balances every day but now I only occasionally sneak them in when I’m in the mood.
Pattabhi Jois once said that ANYONE can do Ashtanga yoga except lazy people! I think that might be me at the moment! Lazy!
Ashtanga is a discipline which my practice has been lacking. Sort it out Rara!!! This extra long boring post is me thinking out loud but also writing it down to make myself accountable and actually stick to my promise.
I’d like to try do third series at least once a week from now on but I need motivation! Anyone know a good Mysore teacher in Manchester who does third /fourth series?
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