The simplicity of a drum beat.
By Lourdes Ganczarski, BA, LMT, NMT, Guest Writer for Yoga for the New World
In today’s world of stress and technological advances I want to take this moment to stop and encourage you to go back to an extraordinary simplicity. If you are looking for a way to calm your nerves, clear your mind, heal any issue, learn how to empty yourself of a toxic life or just to feel alive among Read More
Bend But Don’t Break
“Life belongs to the living, and he who lives must be prepared for changes.” Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
When one of the most intellectually resilient minds of our time tells you that change is inevitable, sometimes you listen. In a recent reading (Gino Serge’s Faust in Copenhagen) about the development of quantum physics and the famous Copenhagen talks sponsored by Niels Bohr, I st Read More
Making Gold Ash Powder
From Rise Earth
U Shein Sayargyi has been using the centuries old tradition of alchemy to produce gold ash powder, a remedy that he claims “is able to improve significantly or even heal serious diseases (like hepatitis, cancer, and AIDS).” He`s thoroughly tested his remedy over several years through his own practice and through sales of the product to other health practitioners Read More
Pranayama. . .Exhale
Yoga for the New World welcomes this guest post from LexiYoga
Pranayama means controlling your vital energy, known as ‘chi’, with yogic breathing exercises. It is often manipulated with Acupuncture, Shiatsu, Reiki, Tai Chi and Reflexology. Practicing pranayama breathing exercises uncover the light of pure consciousness and bring about mental clarity.
Controlling your thoughts seems Read More
Jnana Yoga Uses the Head to Get to the Heart
Jnana yoga is communion with God by means of knowledge. ~ Sri Ramakrishna
You’ve seen the articles, “Guru. . .1931. . .Guru. . .1487. . .Guru. . . . 1753. . .and so on.” We can stack book upon book about the ‘truth’ as evidenced by one scholar or another, in a polyglot of mother tongues, until they stand as tall as an NBA player on circus stilts, but ‘kn Read More