Yoga with Kelsey Mhyn

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Category: Kundalini Yoga

You Are Energy

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” Our thoughts, feelings, words, and actions are all forms of energy.

What we think, feel, say, and do in each moment comes back to us to create our realities.

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Letting Go of What We Have Carried

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When we die, what do we carry with us?

Nothing.

Yet, we walk on this earth throughout our lives clutching onto everything and everyone we hold dear to us.

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Simplicity breeds Abundance

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As said by Paramahansa Yogananda, “Be as simple as you can be; you will be astonished to see how uncomplicated and happy your life can become.”

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Delcuttering Your Stuff – Minimalism For Beginners

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Being a minimalist does not mean you have lesser belongings. It means you have awareness and mindfulness of what has significance to your life and what is just piling up as unnecessary, impractical clutter.

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Another encounter

Came across an elderly Native American woman today.

We had a long conversation revolving around out-of-body and near-death experiences, astral projection, meditation, kundalini energies, aura cleansing, and ascended masters.

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Panchamahabhutas and the Pancha Tattva – The 5 Elements Within

The five elements are the cosmological foundation which makes up our bodies, the world, and the entire universe. Without these elements, everything around us and within us will cease to exist. These five elements are referred to as the panchamahabhutas in Ayurveda and the pancha tattva in Yoga. They do not only make up the fundamental constituents of our bodies, but the subtle aspects of our internal spiritual being as well. Thus, through the purification of these five elements, we are able to balance ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

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Yoga Tattva Mudra Vigyan – Healing with Hand Mudras

Yoga is often perceived as a physical practice of postures that helps an individual’s flexibility, balance, and strength. It is also often seen as a form of exercise that includes breathing techniques that helps facilitate calmness, peace of mind, and relaxation within an individual. A daily yoga asana practice helps a practitioner reach their utmost inner potential with these yoga practices and techniques. But, we often overlook the psycho-spiritual and psycho-physiological subtleties that shows how yoga is an internal practice that goes beyond the superficial.

As we continue to practice yoga asanas, pranayama, concentration, and meditation, we begin to feel the subtle affects within our bodies, minds, and internal consciousnesses. And what helps with this deeper understanding and cultivation of internal energy are mudras or postures of the hands.

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“ When we are present in our body, we become more aware of our footprint on the earth and our relationship to things and others. ”

Be conscious.

Be mindful.

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Contentment Within Owning Nothing

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“Be as simple as you can be; you will be astonished to see how uncomplicated and happy your life can become.”

— Paramahansa Yogananda

One of my greatest teachers has always been and always will be, Mother Nature. Through observing her, she taught me simplicity and contentment. In her presence, I have come to realize that we need very little to be truly, internally happy.

Through nature you can observe that minimalistic simplicity brings about universal abundance.

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Breathe

From the Japanese garden at City of Hope

From the Japanese garden at City of Hope

“Breathe through life.” He told me. “Breathe in consciously, and breathe out deeply. That is one piece of advice I give to you young kids.”

Couple of weeks ago, I came across a beautiful soul who told me something that resonates with my being. He was a cancer patient who stayed for a few weeks at City of Hope. Back in his young days, he was a professional surfer who travelled and took part in competitions around the world thanks to his sponshorship by Quicksilver and Billabong. He also was a devoted student of Kundalini Yoga teacher, Yogi Bhajan.

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