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"yoga center" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"Today. Swami shannon dr swami. Are you ready to inspire yes. I'm ready looking forward to it. Great soc romney sheridan and is an internationally renowned yoga and meditation teacher who has inspired thousands of people to practice. She's been teaching for almost forty years. And is the author of several books. She teaches worldwide. leads pilgrimages to india and is also a trustee of the gungor prim hospice a charity that seeks to a cancer hospice in education north india. New book the cleansing of yoga explains about yoga cleansing practices known as clears which are natural ways to eliminate tension energetic blockages. Unlike other yoga practices. They are not designed to increase strength and flexibility instead. They are cleansing rituals. Which purify your body and mind allowing your health to improve and increase clarity as well yours overall cheerfulness. Right so really fascinating topic. I'm really excited to dive deeper. But before that thank you so much for joining me swami. It's a pleasure to be here. Great great so like a lot of what. You do is highly inspirational. What is your favorite inspirational core. These days and how do you apply it in your daily life. Well actually it's a very short quote from my teacher. Who saw vishnu dividend in. He said tell me to be a yoga teacher. Not a preacher and used to tell all the students that but i particularly it to heart. Because i know a lot of people they do read a book or they Jewish short workshop and they start teaching whereas i think yoga's really Something that you should live and teach from your own experience. I think i always look at my body. My mind is like laboratory where. I'm testing all the things i heard in red. And they'll feel like i'm teaching something that's located. Think absolutely and this has. This has come to my mind especially over the last few weeks which is especially when it comes to a spiritual experience. You cannot intellectually leonard. You need to have a personal experience so that you could embody whatever there is to be learned and that happens as you alluded to to personal expedients experimentation and once. You embody that. I'm sure you a better teacher. Because now you're relating from expedients as opposed to relating from theory or. What is were the books. So i think this is a really Really awful court nadu shared with us and with that. let's inspired you to write this book. The cleansing power of yoga abbott will. I've written several books on different aspects of yoga. I wrote a book on chakra. Meditation and one unprinted. Emma the power breath and went on mutri's hand gestures but i realize that there's one aspect of yoga that those uber notebook on it. All and there was korea's cleansing exercises. And i feel especially in modern life where we have so much pollution you know. The air is polluted. the waters polluted. A lot of our food isn't really So good not the best quality. It's very important for us to constantly be working in cleansing our our bodies so That's how i got the idea. And then i started looking to see what was available and there is nothing at all available and it just felt. It was very important book to write. Well absolutely i mean when when when i heard of this book immediately noted that this type of information is not really available When you think about yoga when you think about yoga what typically people here is the boss. Cha's and flexibility especially in the west. Today we're going to dive deeper into the careers and particularly how we can use these different areas and different techniques to cleanse our body which is so much needed in today's Residual so my question is. How did you get into yoga while i was looking for some kind of physical exercise to do and i saw an ad in the paper and i thought i'd try it and i just got your interest up more more interested i in the physical aspect and then in the philosophy and then i met my teacher. Swami vishnu on and started working with these even on the yoga centers and i worked with them for about twenty six years but then i left and now i call myself a freelance. Yo yeah just to go to different places in teach and i write books. Got it now. My question is or which year was this where you saw the ad and if you could tell us where in the world where you and what particularly like what state of life where you in that may wanted to get into yoga for as you mentioned more physical fitness as opposed to some of the other Modalities or techniques are already available in hewlett right. Well i'm from new york. Originally and i was living in florida. This is Nineteen sixty seven. I started practicing yoga. And i wasn't particularly interested in doing yoga just interested in some kind of physical exercise and then i saw this ad and i have no idea what yoga was but i thought i might as well try this and as soon as i started. Fan that It really worked so ram. I had a problem. I was very sick as a child. I had polio. When i was about four years old and i was actually paralyzed for about a year and the doctors told by parents at dinner. Be able to walk and another is to save. The reason i could walk is that i was too young to understand the doctors. So i just kept trying so i could walk but then i always had problems. Full triple the time so i tried different kinds of physical exercises. It would help me and some of them helped me of did but none of them helped me as much as yoga. So that's why. I really stuck with it because i found it was so helpful and now and i tell people i had polio and those paralyzed like very few people believe me right because there's no there's no sign of it anymore. Yes absolutely and i guess. Many people are not able to relate as well right. I mean What is not something to be taken just like that it's it's a pretty serious And often physically debilitating Challenge right but you went through it and and people aren't able to see any science. Which is i think. A major transformation. Yeah i think that was one of the biggest challenges faced in my life. And because i could face it i think it helped me face other challenges because once you overcome something then another challenge come to think. Well i ever came the first thing. Yeah probably if i keep at it. I can do this as well absolutely. I mean. i've read that. This has to do with The new neurons in your brain. It's like once your brain learns that this is possible. Then it's able to sort of mirror that into some other skill or some other challenge and now all of a sudden you have that possibility was in you and you'd award overtakes to get there because you know responsible that feeling it is possible i think. Shipped everything right right. I think what's important is the feeling that that it's possible because you can read books saying it's possible yet unless you've actually experienced it you don't know it's true so social social don't how did you end up meeting. Swami wish to one another. And how do they influence your life. So take us back to that for stem. Well i started. When i was studying yoga taking classes with some students of his okay and then i moved back to new york and i started going to class at the shaven yoga center and then one time they she said this swamy coming. I didn't even know who is a. What islami was that there was this person called sergey. He was coming and they were going to a retreat. So that for the whole weekend we will do meditation and yoga. And i thought okay. That sounds interesting. So i signed up. And i met sondhi and I f- when i first met him. Or i felt as he was the most honest person i had ever met and what he said really hidden note with me something very deep so i just wanted to study with him more got it got it end. You've mentioned somewhere. I think on your website that he was known as a flying swami. Yes he had a plane and he used to fly a different trouble-spots in the world like he flew over the suez canal when it was closed dropped. Leaflets calling for peace. He flew berlin wall. He flew over belfast. When there was a lot of fighting there and used to say that yoga was about breaking barriers internal barriers but also he felt that world barriers that there are certain barriers that we create that are berries to world peace. So just like yoga's about inner peace he said we can also use your before world peace in this equalled his mission in life tell people about this so so also in in in two thousand and.
"yoga center" Discussed on Got Science?
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"yoga center" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show
"Crowe here your favorite life coach and today I'm bringing you something exciting today is the first in a new series we are calling lessons from life coaching calls. So into myself will success membership if you think of it like a community center or for. A, Yoga Center gem that has supportive. Classes, you don't go to every single one but I do provide a variety of live coaching sessions for my clients and we have business coaching, and we have life coaching in addition to some training. So today is going to be the first in the series of lessons learned in life coaching, and what I love is these are topics that come up organically for my clients that I know will relate to you, and so today we had a super powerful call on the call today and. I got really excited You know you never know what's going to come up when this I'm going to share with you in a moment. One of my clients gave permission for me to share this kind of journey in the story and the story of our call today with you guys. Actually all my clients gave permission for me to talk about what we talked on on the call today. And it's so fun because one client was being coached in her situation and everybody else on the call was like, oh my gosh I was able to put that in my life. I was able to plug it into my live and might be where it works for me. So I'm excited to introduce this series and today we are going to be talking about one of the foundational tools in life coaching and sometimes as a very experienced coach or the more experience you have. You can also often forget these. And just the way that my client presented her situation today and what she wanted to be coached on it very quickly became the topic of values clarification. So let me give you a little bit of the setup for how this showed up. I have a long standing member. She's actually been in and out actually she's been in in many of my programs. Since two thousand thirteen, she has been a longtime member. She's definitely Super Solely Member of my coaching program, and since school's been out with her kids, she's been spending lots of time not only with her immediate family but extended family and there's a lot of people. There's a big shift. There was a big shift in the May June and she's been feeling really funky and she. had been you know she she came into our group the other day and was saying Oh yeah. I'm coming back out of bitterness. I just wanted to out myself and shared that I intend to come back and. I she was pulling yourself out of a little bit but funk she'd been in. Today's wanted some coaching around that. She was a little discouraged because she felt definitely, very blah and had more undercover days than she wished. and. She was wanting to not only get her energy and vitality back on track, but also get her many back on track, and so she also presented saying that you know she'd had the last four years of very stable and reliable income, and through the last season it's dropped and so that was discouraging and she was just feeling a little bit lost. And.
"yoga center" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast
"All right. So what are the things I want to talk about is the presence of celts. In Your Life. and. How How you know when you made that choice. To. Come into the presence of your body. To begin to release the energy. That had been. Keeping actually have been creating more density around you. What was that like trio? Trying to remember back when I was fifteen, it was definitely. It was definitely intense and it wasn't. It wasn't easy. But it was just. I just knew it was necessary and I was just following all the bread crumbs spirit and I wound up I was just really blessed to have all these wonderful amazing people take me under their wings like being introduced to that Yoga Center owner of the Yoga Center took me under her wing and then through that, I was introduced to shamanistic healing and rebirthing work and I started doing all this work with all these healing practitioners in in really just diving into that darkness and being willing to let go learning huddled let go of those limiting beliefs and. It was challenging it was absolutely painful. It's not for the faint of Heart but I the only way that I got through. It was just knowing that my life was divinely guided and I I was meant for bigger things like my life was meant to share with others I had to get through this. So I was definitely it was definitely my like was struck with drug addiction and I really struggled with that for a lot of years even though I learned and learned Yoga and mindfulness I struggled with addiction for a lot of years I was I was a crack addict at seventeen years old and then I was homeless on the streets addicted to crystal in my early twenties. So it took a lot of years of doing this work and getting me to where I am and there was definitely a lot of resistance in fighting. But you know today I'm drug free and I'm just living an amazing life and the more people just look at me like you're just so president. So clear like I just just clear and present in it's just such such an amazing place to be in. Now when I didn't think I was GONNA make it past my birthday and I sure didn't want to be eater. Of Struck with this concept of you know decluttering on the inside. and. You know how it affects the energy sealed. And of course, the energy field is. Know the place where we are then projecting. Extending our energy out. And starting that whole boomerang of. Energy. Return. and. Just listening to you describe. Your Life. and. All. The challenges that you experienced. And yet every step along the way it seems like spirit. Offered you. Options. Brought people to your life to. Who took you under their wing? Who gave you a choice you know in in terms of different opportunity to experience life differently. and. Where did you get the strength? To make those choices and I'm thinking particularly from this place of. Chemical. Addiction. which is so powerful because you become separated from those parts of you that are meant to. Guide you and you know encouraging you calling you come into your higher self. was there anything in particular that? Created that Bridge Frio that allowed you to come back into that soy. Too I really attributed to. My connection spirit in just developing that relationship. So young and. Even, though I would be out using drugs like I knew that. That was not what spirit one for me but I was struggling and I would still want a different life, but I couldn't change it at the time in just that wanting in that desire to want something different you know gradually would lead to different people coming in my life and different opportunities but. The only thing I the only thing I attributed to my life being divinely guided because I say over and over again, it was left to my own device. I'd be dead at least three times over. At, least three times over because when I was addicted to crack cocaine, I was sitting there in I don't know if anybody knows what crack cocaine is like it's the epitome of addiction because every time you take a hit lasts for like fifteen seconds and then you need another hit in the you need another hit and you need another hit and it doesn't mean it's not like smoking a joint and it lasts for a couple of hours and he smokes them are drinking a glass of wine literally. Will glow through over four hundred dollars in twenty minutes. Blow through everything. Yeah, it's absolutely the epitome of addiction and I remember just. Doing Crystal Crash with my friend, and we re I would just a bed and we were just smoking went to I. Remember pray with this please be the hit that stops my heart will this be the hit it stops my heart. I just want to be here anymore and the only reason why I'm ears because I have bigger things to do. God has a bigger plan for me and I trusted that somewhere in the back of my mind somewhere in my soul has been guiding me through those dark times because if I if I was left to my own devices I would be. Dead. At reached three times. I mean what you're sharing with us so powerful. And again from this whole place of. This constant use again you know because it's such a perfect metaphors this decluttering process. So, even in the midst of the addiction, even in the midst of actually taking the drugs. You had this sense that you needed to get out of it you needed to. Let go of it, and even if it was your heart stopping. You were willing to make that exchange just to get out of what? The club either. Of beliefs and the energy residue it had created within you. I mean what you're describing is such a a level of awareness. And because I know also speaking with other addicts that very often. The addiction is as you described regardless of the of the drug or the floor, the addiction is the feeling. Good. And what you're saying. And again, I have to say how remarkable this is is that every step along the way? Even. Though you were doing it to feel good. You wanted to get out of it..
"yoga center" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast
"And for me that was losing my older brother. He was twenty years old I was fifteen losing him to suicide. Then being the one to discover his body. And in the same moment in his suicide note, can you left everything he owned to me? So a fifteen year old then had to after the body was removed. Comeback into his home and be that energy in that space and figure out what I was going to keep. And what I was going to let go of and what everybody else could have. and. At that point in my life I pretty much. Shut my shut myself down and went into a black hole and. Things got pretty bad for me where I was I'm a tiny little I was like ninety pounds tiny little thing and I got kicked out of high school my sophomore year after that for being a danger to myself and others. WHOA and I was told I couldn't come back to school until I received intensive therapy. and. ME. What. That looked like it fifteen years old was I went and spent the next year and a half living in a residential treatment. Center for adolescence away from my family away from my friends away from my school and that's where I live I lived institutionalized. And unbeknownst to me. That's where the transformation would begin for me because it was while I was living there than there was a therapist she wasn't my therapist at the time, but she actually had covered for mine what she went on vacation and she introduced me to Yoga and mindfulness. She gave me my first book by Tom, the miracle of mindfulness, and she started teaching me Yoga in our sessions and she actually. Took me to the Yoga Center in the city that I grew up in. It introduced me to the owner there who then instilled more yoga principles and took me under her wing in allowed me to take care of the youngest center and and be a part of it, and really what happened as a result of that is that I learned how to come home and be present in my body for all the stuff that I had been running from what I call inner clutter and as a result of TRAUMAS and losses in growing up with parents who don't come in with instruction manuals yet repressed emotions, you have resentments, you have fears you have limiting believes. And as learn how to become present for all of that stuff. What happened was totally unexpected because to be honest with you, I don't care about the clutter in my life. I wasn't looking at it like, Oh, I, need to do something about this I really. WanNa live so. To to actually try to organize my life was just not on my radar but as a result of learning how to bring my presence to my life for all of this inner clutter in making space on the inside of myself. What started to happen was ice spontaneously just started to look at things that had accumulated in my life in started letting go of things gradually now, it didn't happen overnight didn't go from having this cluttered messy room to someone who is totally organized overnight but it did happen gradually over a period of about twelve years to where I got to the point where I actually loved creating order out of chaos and so I went from this cluttered disorganized messy kid. To someone who creating order out of chaos. And that's pretty much how I how I found this tool that I use. But I didn't actually start implementing it for a long time. Mine my journey lead me to. I thought you know I knew I was going to help people in my life, but I didn't know I was to become a declutter expert I thought oh I I'm going to be an energy healer. So let me take my rape rapi training and like I can't really sit in a room with people. So let me I'm thinking I'm going to become a yoga teacher now. So took yoga teacher training and then as like Nanno I'm not GonNa do that either I thought I was going to become a martial arts instructor so I started studying martial arts and down all the way through my brown belt. Now wasn't going to do that either and then furthered my energy healing education. All of that, and it still didn't wind up doing anything with that. I'm still working for someone else but I knew that I was meant to do something bigger. I was meant to help people experience was meant to help others and I got this amazing opportunity after practicing. Law Attraction and I wound up manifesting fifty thousand dollar check in my life. that. That enabled me to take a six month period off where I kinda just figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up. And it was at that point where I was looking at. Okay. Well, I love creating order out of chaos and I have this background in energy healing but I don't WanNa. Be in an office with someone and do sessions like that all day long that just I'm a very physical person I was running a furniture delivery and installation company like moving furniture all day long I just can't sit still that long it's just not for me. And at that point, I had watched the show quarters for the very first time in my life and I don't know if you've ever seen that show. But it's absolutely horrifying to someone who is an energy practitioner because they come in in a rip everything away from the person in like a four day period. Now, if you know anything about clutter, it's the person's Great Wall of China. It's their defense system there their protection in when you come in, you rip it all away you. Basically, we are re traumatizing them and leaving them completely exposed invulnerable and on the show films and the show goes away and then they're left with this new trauma and they wind up. Basically recreating the clutter all over again comes back worse than when it was in the beginning. In. So that triggered me to want to create a company that actually helped people get to the root of the clutter. So that didn't get that way but also to experience happiness in abundance in every year of their lives because that's our birthright in it's my belief that clutter is anything that stands in the way of you experiencing happiness in abundance of every area of your life. That's just the core of what I do. I have likes romantic comments to make. But the first thing that I want to acknowledge is this level of self awareness that you had as a teenager. That the somehow was going to benefit other people. And I'm bringing this up because. Audience. There I believe is. The constant voice that is leading us. You know one foot in front of the other right under it's just constantly saying, follow follow me. But for you particular to be experiencing. This world of such density having experienced all that trauma. Has a this place of Really, being in such pain and the self sabotage. So deep. that. To still be aware. Of this voice of Light I think it's remarkable and that you had the ability to trust that and keep going not to.
"yoga center" Discussed on On The Verge
"Good morning to you, my friend Care Bradley coming to Hugh for my morning Walk One more time here valley forge park spectacular morning. I feel so blessed to be able to get out early and. And pull in this era and allow these. Trees to center me and ground me and stabilized me for the work day ahead. So. Wonderful to Kinda beat the day in get out and up. I hope that these walks don't interfere with my, messages? If you feel like it's just too much for me to be walking and talking then let me know Hey Keira sit still will you? I'm happy to do. Today. I WanNa talk to you about the word verge. You may know this already have maybe if you've been following me or read my book on the verge or maybe come to my yoga, Studio Verge Yoga, you may know the story but. I think it's an important one to. To remind you of. And remind me of and that is that the verge averge is a boundary. It's an edge. And it's on the edge. That we change and grow. Being out there on the verge now unfortunately. The expression on the vert. has is used so often in the negative on the verge of a nervous breakdown if you remember that movie. Women on the verge our. Country is on the verge of collapse right but I see it as different. I see it as being. On the edge of change where growth. And flourishing happens. So years ago many many years. My husband went down to the Ecuador to the Amazon and he spent a few weeks with an indigenous tribe. And he? When it came back he told me the story how they would be. Going down these tributaries in. in a canoe CA dugout tree bark right tree trunk. And they would stop. At certain places along the way and they've been pause there. And maybe have a snack or water, but it was at these places where the indigenous. People that he was with would pause to almost pray. And these places these edges of land where to trip tributaries came together is called a verge. and. It's they are on the verge. Research shows animal life and wildlife? Thrive. There on the edge on the boundary where ecosystems come together. There is flourishing. There is thriving. And when I heard that term many many years ago. I thought Oh, my Gosh, I wanNA live on verge. I WANNA live there. I want to know what it feels like to be on the edge of change. To. Be Right there at the precipice of growth in challenge. And so I. named. My Yoga Center in two thousand and four Verge Yoga. For that reason to create a space where people can flourish and thrive. Just. Like that place there on the Amazon. So so much of what I do. And why do it is to? Live right there on the edge. These morning messages for me or Averge 'cause I just go for it. Right. I don't know what's coming out of my mouth I have an idea direction and then then I just write it. Because I trust that right there on the edge. is where I'm going. I may fumble, but it's where growth is happening. So where are the verges in your life? Where do you live on the verge? How do you live on the verge? We can do it mentally. A mental practice, we can do it emotionally immolation ship. Right. Our relationships can be verges where we are called to step up to open up to accept to allow. Or to challenge and physically, of course, we can challenge ourselves physically right there on the verge. Not, blasting ourselves out of the water but just enough so that we start to feel the tremble we start to feel that aliveness and it's they're on the verge my friend where we feel most alive. And this is what I based my whole book on its honestly what I've based my whole professional life on and it's where I live personally I wanna live on the verge and I wanna live on the verge with others. It's it's really part of the makeup of my my new mental wellness business. Where we partners? Are Living Together. In In the space where we are growing tremendously. Where we are thriving and listen if you WANNA work with me. Just reach out that's all you have to do. DM or email and Let's talk about how we live on the verge together. If you have your own verges, let me know I wanNA hear. Where you live on the Verge And let's do that because this is where we come alive when I come alive, you come alive. When you come alive, you help others come alive. and. My Gosh we all need that right now. Okay. My Time's. Take care..
On The Verge
"Good morning to you, my friend Care Bradley coming to Hugh for my morning Walk One more time here valley forge park spectacular morning. I feel so blessed to be able to get out early and. And pull in this era and allow these. Trees to center me and ground me and stabilized me for the work day ahead. So. Wonderful to Kinda beat the day in get out and up. I hope that these walks don't interfere with my, messages? If you feel like it's just too much for me to be walking and talking then let me know Hey Keira sit still will you? I'm happy to do. Today. I WanNa talk to you about the word verge. You may know this already have maybe if you've been following me or read my book on the verge or maybe come to my yoga, Studio Verge Yoga, you may know the story but. I think it's an important one to. To remind you of. And remind me of and that is that the verge averge is a boundary. It's an edge. And it's on the edge. That we change and grow. Being out there on the verge now unfortunately. The expression on the vert. has is used so often in the negative on the verge of a nervous breakdown if you remember that movie. Women on the verge our. Country is on the verge of collapse right but I see it as different. I see it as being. On the edge of change where growth. And flourishing happens. So years ago many many years. My husband went down to the Ecuador to the Amazon and he spent a few weeks with an indigenous tribe. And he? When it came back he told me the story how they would be. Going down these tributaries in. in a canoe CA dugout tree bark right tree trunk. And they would stop. At certain places along the way and they've been pause there. And maybe have a snack or water, but it was at these places where the indigenous. People that he was with would pause to almost pray. And these places these edges of land where to trip tributaries came together is called a verge. and. It's they are on the verge. Research shows animal life and wildlife? Thrive. There on the edge on the boundary where ecosystems come together. There is flourishing. There is thriving. And when I heard that term many many years ago. I thought Oh, my Gosh, I wanNA live on verge. I WANNA live there. I want to know what it feels like to be on the edge of change. To. Be Right there at the precipice of growth in challenge. And so I. named. My Yoga Center in two thousand and four Verge Yoga. For that reason to create a space where people can flourish and thrive. Just. Like that place there on the Amazon. So so much of what I do. And why do it is to? Live right there on the edge. These morning messages for me or Averge 'cause I just go for it. Right. I don't know what's coming out of my mouth I have an idea direction and then then I just write it. Because I trust that right there on the edge. is where I'm going. I may fumble, but it's where growth is happening. So where are the verges in your life? Where do you live on the verge? How do you live on the verge? We can do it mentally. A mental practice, we can do it emotionally immolation ship. Right. Our relationships can be verges where we are called to step up to open up to accept to allow. Or to challenge and physically, of course, we can challenge ourselves physically right there on the verge. Not, blasting ourselves out of the water but just enough so that we start to feel the tremble we start to feel that aliveness and it's they're on the verge my friend where we feel most alive. And this is what I based my whole book on its honestly what I've based my whole professional life on and it's where I live personally I wanna live on the verge and I wanna live on the verge with others. It's it's really part of the makeup of my my new mental wellness business. Where we partners? Are Living Together. In In the space where we are growing tremendously. Where we are thriving and listen if you WANNA work with me. Just reach out that's all you have to do. DM or email and Let's talk about how we live on the verge together. If you have your own verges, let me know I wanNA hear. Where you live on the Verge And let's do that because this is where we come alive when I come alive, you come alive. When you come alive, you help others come alive. and. My Gosh we all need that right
"yoga center" Discussed on The AI Podcast
"An arm in Yoga Center in Mountain View California, and so I'd say within a month or two of coming to the bay area we found retail space in downtown mountain view, and we started a small business, and we ran for several years, and it was such an incredible education for me to know what a small business has to do on a daily basis to know what. It means to pin make the rent. We didn't have payroll, but we had to pay rent and. Also to know what it means to deal with an inventory to work with suppliers to work with the students, the Yoga students that came to the center. It was really an incredible experience. And I've also after that. Many years after. I ran a different kind of small business I My mom unfortunately suffered from dementia, and for almost eight years, or so I took care of her, and I had a set of employees that used to come to help take care of her, and that was the time that I really became very aware of the importance of meeting payroll. Those people who took care of my mom were really really dedicated to it. It and I'm so thankful to them and I. also wanted to make sure that I can meet payroll, and so I was very as this really aware of the importance of meeting payroll so that they could pay their bills and the my mom could be taken care of so. I've run different kinds of businesses over the years, and I'm very very thankful for all the people that worked with me those times. To kind of take that to a a bit of a rapping up point here you mentioned previously the cash forecasting tools, and may have gotten the name wrong, but that into it offers too small businesses are there other roles that deep learning can play whether it's now or in the future particularly during tough times when small businesses are struggling to make rent to meet payroll and otherwise manage cash flow. I think said artificial intelligence and deep learning in particular can really play a number of important areas. If you think about that small business owner the consumer every day. They're making decisions that affect their livelihood. And, those decisions need to be informed by data and buy recommendations that are based on the judicious use of that data. And so I think that for the foreseeable future. These two things are gonNA. Come into play again again. Data and machine learning data artificial intelligence. They're gonNA come into play again and again to help people. Get the best information at the right time so that they can make the best decisions about their own financial future all Thank you for taking the time to come back onto the podcast and. we certainly look forward to having you on again maybe next year at tax time, and hopefully by then things will be turned around looking up better for small businesses, an folks around the world and in the US, but in the meantime we mentioned the aid assist program, but for folks who want to find out more, either about the specific work that you and your teams are doing with a I or more broadly about ways that into it can I help them with their own small businesses. Where would you recommend that? They go online as a starting point where the best places INTUIT DOT COM to see. What we're doing and how we can serve our customer base so with everything we've talked about now..
"yoga center" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"Practitioner trained with Dr Brian Rice. Wendy has a book called regression. Healing won the huntsman. The Nordheim there on the World War. Two soldier on another book called the flow. One Plymouth Plantation Wendy and I thought we would have a discussion about near death. Experiences reincarnation another spiritual things will. Hi Wendy thanks for coming back onto the PODCAST. It's great to have you here. Oh It's my pleasure Simon so I wanted to talk about all sorts of things that the podcast covers. And maybe some things that we haven't covered on the cost and one of those things is astral projection. And I know that you can do this and I wonder if you could describe what is in Hollywood. Absolutely Robert Munro is an expert in this area and he certainly got lots of marvelous materials out. My belief is astral projection is when our consciousness leaves our body and we may do this and not be aware of it. Because we're sleeping or meditating but it's simply our consciousness and you might use the term higher soul higher self or soul you know regardless of what what term relate to and you're comfortable with but it simply leaving the body and then perhaps you're going to do some work on benefit of humanity or perhaps you're going to go to a certain place where you need to learn some information so it can be. It can be an unconscious I said or can be conscious of I want to go to XYZ up for instance. I was really interested in exploring the temple of Isis at Philae in Egypt. And I haven't been able to go to Egypt but I really felt drawn to go there so I asked my guides if I could go there during a meditation and I did and it just really helped me with understanding that a life that I had spent there. And so do something that you would say it. Basically is an ounce of body experience and the ostrich action out. Somebody experiences the same thing. Yes I think of astral projection as the verb of going out of body of your consciousness or your higher self leaving your body and the very first time I did it consciously. I really startled myself. I had learned how to meditate by taking a four four week. Course at the ANANDAS center in the Seattle area. It's a meditation and Yoga Center based on the teachings of Yoga Nanda and then went back because they offered as part of the course that you could then go and join in with the group and do a group meditation And so I was sitting there in the circle. Just really a brand new meditate or I'd only been meditating a month or so and had struggled with it a lot in the beginning they had a lot of just overly busy brain lot of what I call monkey mind and it was hard to clear my mind. It was hard to breathe and just Just be able to meditate in a meaningful way. I'd sitting in that circle with experienced meditators as well as a few other new people and sitting in a place where people meditated all the time and just had been doing so for years. The energy was just really high so within about five minutes of getting into that meditation. I felt my my. I felt my higher self. I felt my soul pop out of my body and it really startled me so my eyes flew open and I'm like looking around the room. Like oh my gosh. Did anybody else notice. That will of course. Did everybody's doing their own thing. And I felt like the best analogy. It just startled me so much. I didn't know how to control it and I didn't know how to get back in my body. I felt like if you've ever seen a dog get just really really startled and you see it run out into traffic and you've got that horrible ono feeling. That's what I felt like so. I immediately called on Archangel Michael and I'm like I just told him. I just feel really scared. I know something powerful just happened and I can feel myself out of my body. But it's really. It's really frightening because I don't know how to get back in my body and he just came in and put his hands on my shoulders behind me and just said center just kind of sternly like a command like that and I went whoosh right back in my body. It felt like I'd gone out from like my solar plexus area but I came back in through my ground shocker up and he just told me I'd be able to do that at will and in you know. Just be centered and ask for protection and just be cleared. My intent was doing it and that it would always go very well and I'd be able to control lift and from thereon. I was able to and when you were out there doing that. Do you feel that your perception was kind of like people. Describe it when they have a near death experience when they talk about how they can see three hundred sixty degrees in their hearings. Amazing was yes. I was not out for very long because they said I really. I really scared myself. Frankly but I definitely had the sense of being much higher end of time just being so slow down there was just all the time in the world just felt wonderfully elastic. And I did. Have that. That heightened sense of of being able to see and hear but I just I couldn't really enjoy it because I was so focused on. How do I get back in my body? Is this something that you can do now. You you just need to go into a sudden meditative state and you can do it. Yes absolutely absolutely and there's also a flipside to that of we can be out of our body too much too often too frequently and the sense of not being really grounded and we we came to Earth to have a human body and have a human experience so my belief is. We should be nice and grounded and really treat. Our Body is the wonderful miracle and temple that it is but another quick example the first day that I was going to have a quantum healing hypnotherapy session for myself as the client and that would have been only the third time. I've never had my own past life. Regression I was working that day. I was working like a three quarter day and I was going to leave work at three o'clock so I walked in that morning and I just felt high is height. I was so excited I was so happy. I have written my questions the night before for the session and I was going to pick up the practitioner and bring her to my home. She was visiting from out of state was going to do the session for me and I walked into my office and I walked by one of my coworkers. Who happens to be a wonderful ricky master and Sakegake in the minute? I walked by his office. I saw him look up from his paperwork or his computer. He saw me walk by and I immediately heard him go. Talked me back to his office and said please close the door so I did my looked at him wondering what was up and he said I need to tell you. You're not in your body at all. I just saw your body walk by and then I saw your soul come tripping along high as a kite happy as can be but it wasn't in your body at all and I highly recommend you go back outside and take your shoes socks off and put your feet in the grass or in the ground or touch trees or flowers as you are not in your body at all and that wasn't my intent to be out of my body so that was just an example of needing to ground was the exception you. You're seeing things in hearing things through a kind of soulful point of view and your physical body wasn't actually giving you those perceptions that that's that's that's a good way to put it just the best way. I can describe it was. I was super happy just high as a kite but you can. You can have that experience of being very joyful yet be connected in with your body and have your soul your higher self your consciousness fully in your body. I was a chronic pain patient for decades. I've got severe scoliosis curvature the spine and so I had not been comfortable in my body since I was about ten years old and that's one of those typical things that can drive people to be escaping their body into the outer body. A little too much so you know I had. I had known many times that that I wasn't. I wasn't really right there where I needed to be in my body is the best way I can describe it so it was really helpful to have someone able to see and his to say that to me when you're doing the astral projection. I assume you can pretty much travel anywhere you like when your day that you have come across other people doing it or spirits of the deceased or perhaps other entity. That's a fantastic question. Yes I did have an experience with that and what happened was I just woke up one morning with these really vivid dreams of a train accident and it felt like a current time but I had no idea what that was about and I don't I don't follow the news. I just purposefully chosen. I've opted out from the news twenty five years ago and one of the first things I did see in my email that morning though was a email from a close friend and she was mentioning that she'd had a vivid dream the night before and she saw me in it and we were at a train accident and she asked me if I knew what that was about so I sat down and meditated on it. And what my guide said was many many of us had been called forward that night while we were sleeping or meditating to comfort the people that there had been a major train accident. There were many injuries. There were a lot of people trapped on the train and they were working to get them freed and to get them medical care but because it was such a large calamity it was taking a while for that to occur so evidently she and I both were in our soul form. Were both at that same Accident at night kind of reminds me of something I heard. I think it was in Carol. Bowman's book about a small child talking about the past life memories and the space before they were born and the child was saying. Oh yeah before I was born. I had a job I had to go down to earth and collect the spirits when they died and bring them to heaven because they didn't know where to go right right. No that makes perfect sense. I think of that as an edge walker or or a crossing guard or or Yeah there's various terms for it. Would you say anybody can do this? Astral PROJECTION. And it's just a question of funding the right way to meditate..
"yoga center" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Ziglar all right. We'll so here's our seven spokes on the ziglar wheel of life. I WanNa hear your habits. The first one is physical and nutrition and being that you just moved to the beach near months ago. I'm expecting to be inspired by little beach activity. Do I saw well as you and I discussed it another time. I'm Vegan so that is a nutrition choice that I made. I don't try and influence other people's choices. I read a book that just totally changed my my life and I decided to give it a try and as a result of that every time I go to the doctor like I have no plaque in my heart etc I practice yoga three days a week here at the key. Largo Yoga Center. There's a great yoga studio and then going that's going south going north. Is Jim called Max and here? Everybody rides bicycles everywhere. So I ride my usually ride my bike to Max and then I workout and then turn around and ride my bike back on the way out to ask the grocery store so I pick up my groceries on my bike soundbites. That's what I do for health and nutrition number two family and friends. What are the things that you do routinely to keep those relationships where you want them to be in your life? Well the first thing I did was I hired my daughter to work for me full time so we can go out to lunch and you pay for it with the business or whatever. I can fly to see her vice versa and that is not in any way to dismiss her contribution she has since I hired her. The revenues in my company of literally double. She's an amazing amazing young woman. So that's one thing. I had a best friend from high school that I literally still talk to every single day. Usually for an hour or so after you and I are done today I will probably call The other thing is in. It's interesting you ask that question. My mother had a heart attack Twelve years ago and I went to her small town to see her and the only place to get Wifi. Her town was McDonald's so I would take my computer and I would go to use their wife and I noticed this group of old man and they got together every morning the same men and they would talk about things and it occurred to me finally at the end what they were doing praying and I said man I would love to have that so I invited like five or six people from my church. Every Thursday. Eight o'clock we'll reach take ten minutes and it lasted for probably sixty days for most of them except one. Young man named Brian Tabor. Who has now been my prayer partner for eleven and a half years every single Thursday morning at eight o'clock we we talk and what we do. Is We just fell into a pattern? We each get twenty five minutes and he'll say you WANNA go or should I go and I say you go and he will update me on everything in his family. Everything in his work every business project he's working on but at the end he has to summarize it into one prayer request so my prayer request is and that. I do my time. And then we pray together and it is amaze me how we have managed to continue to use. And how effortless is? He flew down from Kansas City to key largo two weeks ago just to hang out with me and one of the things we did was prayed when he got here on Friday before he left a group of guys. I meet with face to face every week but about three or four months ago. Started a prayer group with another group of guys. And it's every Monday at eight thirty and I realize one of the pro. Maybe the primary benefit I get out of that. Is that every money at Monday to sit there and think about what? I'M GONNA share. 'cause I'm to share praise and a prayer request and talk about a rudder for the rest of my week and I think most guys testify. The data loan is maybe the biggest benefit So powerful with the third one is mental. What are the things you do to keep yourself mentally well though I just feel this impression that one of them is? Maybe you don't complain tracking just again. I really work on not complaining especially I always joke that. I'm the most famous person you've never heard of. You know for a million bucks. Twelve million followers around the world and so but like when? I moved in here. Nobody but then one person heard about me got my book it. Cetera so I have constantly people watching me going. Was that a complaint and I know it's a statement of fact however my troop practices meditation. I have meditated for years and started doing transcendental meditation probably six years ago although now. I spun off into doing some new meditation. Which is copy a combination of Body relaxation and mental visualization along with body awareness. So it's it is truly trying to put yourself into situations and saying how would my ideal person handle this? Which is a mental question. So I literally and if I am a situation pop up like with drivers or whatever customer service people. I'm always trying to think if it doesn't go exactly the way I want. How could I do it? And that's my meditation is that actual rehearsal of doing it properly going forward goodness so there's probably nothing. I am hearing more from a new perspective. A new practice. Then that some aspect of meditation you call it being present. Whatever that people are espousing and I assume it's because we have grown away from that so much that now were hidden Rubbers hitting the road in the negative way and people are coming back to that. And it's something that I am. I am now Very aware of I hope to get my no. I will get my complaining or my complaint aspect to that awareness as well So there's there's my and may I just throw something out eats overcomplicated. They don't understand meditation. I always say when you get a new job the first thing. You should a nutjob rather but when you get new dog the first thing you teach you to sit and the next thing he teaches. Stay and that's it. Complaining is teaching your mind to sit and stay with transcendental meditation. You're saying a Sanskrit word which you don't even know what it means over and over and the point of it is. You're not supposed to know what it means. It's supposed to be totally neutral. But you're focused on this one.
Striving to Be 'Impeccable'
"I wanNA talk to you about intention agents setting not your normal intention setting but how do you wanna live this next decade? How do you WANNA be? Who Do you want to be you? How do you WANNA serve? Had you want to. How do you want people to feel around you? These are high level intentions. It's not just a bunch of lip service about You know losing ten pounds in starting to meditate every day you know. Let's go hi. Let's let's let's let's go up a few thousand feet and and work at a much higher level and really moved the ball forward in our lives this year this decade so for me this word dropped into my consciousness about a week ago and it is about being impeccable. I don't know why it just kind of encapsulates everything that I want. I want to be impeccable. And so I've been sitting with this word and I thought I'd just Kinda throw it out there for you. All it may land with you. It may not but there may may be something that I say that does lamb with you and you can grab that word or those words and move forward with that so I looked up. The definition of impeccable impeccable means in the from the Latin root without sin. And I was like Oh really oh okay okay. Without sin and of course that word sin is a pretty heavy word especially if you were raised Catholic like I was that sin is is Surrounds everything that we talk about in in Catholicism so I struggled without a little a bit but a sin when I started to dig deeper is anything that you do which goes against yourself. Okay so what does that mean anything that you do or say that goes against your values. So if view are judging or blaming where you're talking to yourself negatively or you're compromising yourself that it can be considered a sin. Okay so yes and but that still wasn't sitting with me. I was like okay. Maybe this word impeccable. Is it really the word for me. Because I don't relate to the word sin and I Going against myself. I don't know it just wasn't landing so I created my own definition. Don't you love that. We can do that. We can make up our own stuff. We get to do that so so for me. The word impeccable means to use my energy in the direction of my values. If something is moving in the direction of my values then I consider that to be an impeccable way to live. There's plenty that we do. That's in the wrong direction of our values. So let's break this down. I we need to know what our values are right and just you know high level again my values. Maybe they land with you and I'm only going to give you a few. I've got a lot of values news. But my high level values number one is to love and to allow myself to be loved to be impeccable double or a to prioritize my vitality my health to speak the truth to myself and others to be of service in this life so oh love retaliatory truth in service those are just some of my values. We're talking about high level intentions here. We want to raise the level at which we are humming. And so we've got to take you get outside of just the petty self-help stuff who pay so again. Moving bring forward here with this definition of impeccable meaning to use your energy in the direction of your values. One of my favorite quotes in it was comes. Jim just the sages. I think it's from Buddhist sages as you do one thing you do all things so we can start small in being impeccable This isn't about perfection this is about honoring your values about honoring yourself. It's about recognizing the preciousness justness of your life and moving forward in a way that that is of in alignment with WHO. Oh you are and who you WanNa be in how you WanNa live and how you Wanna serve. So we'RE GONNA start small here because as we all know those resolutions. They don't work folks by about mid January every I think it's like eighty five to ninety percent of resolutions that were set. Were already in the dirt. So let's start small and start to notice how we do things. Because how's it. How we do the small things were doing the big things so when we start small and we start to you recognize and become aware highly aware of how we are doing those small things we can start start to shift how we do? The big things in this is how we start to become impeccable and start to move in the direction of our values. All right so we're going to just choose three things. This is a lot this is like. This is a lot that I'm offering you today. You May WanNA listen to this a couple of times. Because this is high quality quality intention setting high-quality moving the ball forward high-quality lifting our Gays out of the the kind of mud in the in the judgment in the self negative self. Talk to really start to walk in the world in a different way in this decade so starting small three ways that we can start to look at how we are doing things in in this world the first one is just to look at how you move in the world. How are you moving? How you acting? What are you saying in the world moment to moment so I have a friend of mine? Dr Mike Hillenbrand Dan. He works as a chiropractor plus he does. So many modalities and he's been saying to me for years. You May WanNa think about about slowing down how you walk so Mike Dr Mike Is. He runs his practice out of This same building where my Yoga Center. Virtue is in Wayne Pennsylvania so he sees me walking through the studio through the wall the hallways and he sees me like flying through the hallways right how I walk through the door move about and he said to me for years you may WanNa slow down because your gate and the speed at which your moving is really affecting your nervous system. It's affecting affecting how you hold your head and a Mike. Okay Yep Mike I hear you will yesterday. He said to me again and I said to him okay. Hey Mike I hear you hear you. I'M GONNA slow down H-how I walk because I recognize that how I walk is how I move in other ways in in my life if I'm walking on speed then I'm doing other. Everything's in a speedy way. So just by recognizing how fast I walk. I can start to shift how I do other things. Thanks how we do one thing. We do all things. So how are you walking. How are you speaking? How are you writing emails? How do you write tax? How you do one thing you do all thanks? So this is about becoming hyper aware of the small things that we're doing and in doing that what we can affect the big things so being impeccable again using our energy in the direction of how we wanna live and not against so if I were to continue to move quickly it it would be in the wrong direction of how I wanna live. I WANNA be impeccable in how I love and serve care for myself. Speak the truth
"yoga center" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Miss your fees. Have you ever seen anything any thing like this turning the u._s. Open into don't contest stew as ten. It's been forever changed. Yes yes. I want tennis to be like that. All the time. Unfortunately the ball is rarely lobbed up like that. Were a guy could do that. I want to be like that all the time. I'll remember that more than remember remember. Any competitors may be that it could be a lot more like that. If mon fees who has as much athletic talent is anyone we've ever seen the game of tennis would actually advancing advancing some tournament these thirty two years old now. It's still only been in two semifinal born. Kid russell wilson's calling plays a wonder if he would call a pass from the one yard. That's a joke see because they would have wanted to see. We're tom brady and julian elevator doing some yoga as well things you do on the sideline for the fourth preseason gate eight. Oh it's definitely tom. Brady is the only member he only person on the show. Who is a member of the dallas yoga center for awhile. You know it's all about the balance in the core strength to keep you going forward in this tough sport. I know nothing about yoga. I'm not certain that was is yoga but tom brady. He's got six rings so to speak but brady is always making better use of his dog. That's not yoga. He is the goats too soon. You did did a player. Yeah talk a little tennis today. I don't think and people please gioia while it's happening. Okay serena williams roger federer. If i don't do ten years ago those do would still be as a very of this sport. We would have laughed me out of the route. They still they're still great. Joy it while it's still here. I could not believe that roger federer serena williams. They'll get it done at their ages impressive. Enjoy it forever. That's here exhibit folks. Thanks for coming around off monday. We are back on tuesday tuesday tony. We'll see that was getting almost back..
"yoga center" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"I'm assuming those are going to be opening up yoga centers, fish one in New York now called mindful. There's I just heard that they're opening up a call from woman is opening epicenter Miami. I know there's one in Austin, so it's definitely happens. Meditation is at its best when we use it for prevention when you're already doing well, exactly not when things are crazy. Because his charleena like if you if you're in the middle of, really intense situation, some oh, just meditation. Are you struggling to even deal with my learn new stuff? So it doesn't mean we can't use it for for those things. But I think if we can get into a cycle in the habit in the same way, we don't wait for offtake Radi. While in Britain. Xactly. So we get into this kind of pattern as hygiene. And in the same way, I think is hygiene of the health of the mind. You know how do we just kind of keep it fresh and sharp and calm focused, and if we do consistently that happens. Interesting. I love it. It's like flopping brain. Gung cow in between stuff. Didn't you line, just flushing the? Yeah. Not in prep you for this. But I'm curious. Can we can we do like a couple minute meditation or something, you know? Okay. I would love to. I mean just to either give people a sample of. Yeah. Like what this even looks like. And sounds like. And I know you have different like tracks for, like going to sleep and like all these other things in there. Let's do one. If you again. I'm putting on the spot here. Let's do one for like preparing yourself for a big moment in life. Okay. Like your you're feeling anxious because you've got a big speech tedtalk. You've got a sports game like the biggest game your life going on the first date of the woman of your dreams. Yeah. That you're about to meet. Yeah. And you were just like your heart is pounding. Your mind is racing. You know, nothing bad is happening your life, but you're just like overwhelmed and you can't relax. But you want to perform and do the this is like your make or break moment. Yeah. Waiting to that was the context and is important because it's much about genuine need. The techniques pool in meditation, but the approach is even more important, because unless you know how to approach it gonna get the benefit from what do you mean by that? That. So, for example, three three tips, kind of which I will give you benefit from exercise so one expectation like if you're sitting down, and you're thinking, just because we're doing something cool meditation that your mind is a major league switch off and be quiet. And we know thoughts you're gonna think this is filed might not do it again because using I'm no good at this America. First time it's probably not going to be called. Exactly. You're probably continue to thoughts. Focus exactly perfect and learning any skill. Yes. More than that meditation is not even about stopping thoughts. It's about stepping back and seeing the mind more clearly. And so this place got I was think about it. Like 'cause on the road kinda the road is the mind and the cause of the thoughts kind of the job is not to kind of run around in the road, kind of trying to stop this thought and chase. After that, though, it's about, as she stepping off the road and seeing the sitting on the verge comfortably and witnessing coming and going. And when you do that. Overtime. The traffic starts to kinda slow down. A little been any might one day. Doesn't have very often even that I on. But you might just see a road without any cars on it at all. You know who knows who? So expectation is the first thing, so know that your mind will continue to sing arise..
"yoga center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"yoga center" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Oren. Sofer sleep meditations have become a big and growing part of our app and very happy to have Orrin continuing his contributions. All right. Let's get to Onarato by wate. She is not your ordinary marine. She was raised by Indian parents in. She refers to her mom is tiger mom and her way of rebelling was to join the marines and in many ways she thrived in the marines. She was trained as a black belt, and it was a leading officer in training for close combat situations. But it, but it was also. Real struggle for her and she had to work through sexual harassment and misogyny she says while in the marines and after leaving as a result. She says of calling out a sexual harassment issues. She founded an organization to to bring these issues to congress and says you've been very active and in the course of dealing with her own personal trauma and trying to help others with their trauma. She has found meditation to be deeply deeply useful. Although she has a lot to say about the limits of its utility. And she's telling her story now in a new book called unbecoming, a memoir of disobedience unbecoming, a memoir of disobedience, I really enjoyed this interview. And I think he will too. So here we go on a run a bug wate. Nice to meet you. Eighteen is coming in. Thank you. So how did you get into meditation? Oh, goodness. I you know, I started through yoga actually, maybe ten eleven years ago. I was in the marines and just looking for something fun to do a between training and went to a yoga center and loved it. And it was a classical yoga center, and so meditation was part of the curriculum. So we would start everything with meditation..
"yoga center" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"Yes. Absolutely. And I guess many maple are not able to relate as well. Right. I mean does not a something to be taken. You know, just like that. It's it's it's a pretty serious and often physically debilitating challenged, right? But you went through it. And and people aren't able to see any signs, which is I think a major transformation. Right. Yeah. I think that was one of the biggest challenges I faced in my life. And because I could face it. I think it helped me to face other challenges because once you overcome something, then another challenge come to think. Well, I overcame the first thing probably if I keep at it. I can do this as well. Absolutely. I mean, I've read that this has to do with the new neurons in your brain. It's like once your brand loans that this is possible, then it's able to sort of mirror that into some other skill or some other challenge. And now all of a sudden, you have that possibility within you, and you do whatever it takes to get there because you know, responsible that feeling on it is possible. I think shift everything right, right? I think what's important is failing. That's an that. It's possible because you can read book saying it's possible yet, unless you've actually experienced it, you don't know. It's true. So social social was don't how can you end up meeting Swamy wish? No, they went under and how they influence your life. So take us back to that first time. Well, I started when I was studying yoga, I was taking classes with some students of his okay. And then I will. Back to New York. And I started going to class at the shipping on the yoga center. And then one time they just said they would this Swamy coming. I didn't even notable as a what a salami was that there was this person called Sergey. He was coming and they were going to organize a retreat. So that for the whole weekend, we would do meditation and yoga, and I thought okay that sounds interesting. So I signed up and I met Sondhi. And I when I first met him or I felt as he was the most honest person I had ever met, and what he said really hit a note with me something very deep. So I just wanted to study with him more. Got it got it. And you've mentioned somewhere on your website that he was known as a flying Swamy. Yes. He had a plane and he's the fry two different trouble spots in the world. Like he flew over the Suez canal when it was closed, and he dropped leaflets calling for peace. He flew into the bourbon morale, he flew over Belfast when there was a lot of fighting there and USA say that yoga was about breaking barriers internal barriers. But also he felt that Warren barriers that there are certain barriers that we create that are berries toward peace. So just like yoga's about inner peace. He said we can also use your before world peace. And I say called his mission in life. Tell people about this. So so also in in in two thousand and one you took a sabbatical right to practice in the Himalaya. So what made you take that decision? And how was the experience like? Well, I've been Indian many times, but I had never spent like an extended period there. I've been there for a few months. Maybe I think before that the most time was six months at a time. And then I was working with the and unto organization, and I decided it was time to leave and people told me not to leave. They said unless you live in an Australian it's not possible to practice on your own..
"yoga center" Discussed on Cults
"Speculation for reciprocated support for Cynthia and Nick. This also meant the couple had to turn their new home into us a Hajjah yoga center. They took care of their fellow disciples together and couldn't refuse any visitors in nineteen eighty nine, Nick graduated. And Cynthia gave birth to their first child. A girl. She took their daughter to every PU, John and seminar. A baby takes an enormous amount of support and having isolated herself from the rest of the world. Cynthia would have likely been scared and despite previous misgivings, she kept turning to Sasha yoga Kramer an all-star note that cults provide the comfort of certainty to their disciples Suhaya yogis like Cynthia didn't need to worry about parenting with such a huge built in support system. Then in nineteen ninety two Cynthia and Nick learned. They were expecting triplets the Suhaya Yogi saw this as a blessing from Shri Tonge and showered. The couple with gifts Cynthia recalls. I knew I was going to be okay because so many people obviously cared for me by nineteen Ninety-three Cynthia, Nick had been Suhaya yogis for nine years. They're cramped house was in the center of a crime ridden area yet they couldn't move Cynthia said, the housing market in Massachusetts was in a terrible state as they searched for a new home. The couple headed decision to make SRI motagim told her disciples on March. Twentieth nineteen Ninety-three quote, Sahadra yoga is all a divine plan. But in your case, it is your own decision and quote, after years of internal struggle. Cynthia Nick made the decision to leave Suhaya yoga. They slowly faded away from the ashram, their attendance at the jaaz waned until they finally stopped coming. Cynthia has since said that her children were the true catalyst for their leaving as they didn't want to raise their four children. In this freakish manner. The freakish manner Cynthia refers to is the Suhaya yogis shipping off their children to the international Suhaya public school, remembering how the other parents said goodbye to their kids. Cynthia knew she didn't have it in her heart to send her children away. Other exa Haji Yogi parents had a different take on the situation and exa Hajjah Yogi parent offered quote when one is told by the goddess that it is in the best interest of your child that they should not be around your poor vibrations. You accept this and quote Kramer in all studied note that a disciples willing surrender doesn't mean that the disciple loses control. Instead they transfer their control to the guru in the case of the Suhaya yogis to surrender to SRI motagim meant to give up their parental authority. The Suhaya yogis who sent their children overseas came to regret their decision Alistair an exa Hajjah Yogi said my daughter's grades. Were very poor. And when we picked her up on her annual holiday, she had lice under retaliated and dirty. Another mother recalled sending or thirteen year old daughter to the international Suhaya public school. Her daughter and several other students had to steal food or otherwise subsist on rice and Chapada, Japanese and unleavened Indian flat bread, the inconsistent diet caused her daughter to stop menstruating. The anonymous mother said quote, what today still troubles. My daughter. The most is that one of the teenage boys was repeatedly molested during the night by sir Raja the music teacher and quote. Not only did sir, Raja teach, but he was also the head of the senior boys, dormitories and their spiritual advisor. Lance, a graduate of the international Suhaya public school recalls. He was very overly friendly with all the boys. He was constantly hanging about our rooms. He acted like a big brother to many of us. Sam former student recalls the incident that started it all. He and an unnamed friend was startled by a cacophony in the hallway. They ran outside to see sir Raja and his wife fighting with two students, an unnamed Swiss girl and a boy named miles salmon. His friend watched as MRs Chit novice, the school principal at the time, escorted the four into her office away from prying eyes. The next day Sam took the Swiss girl aside and asked what had happened. The Swiss girl said that, sir, Raja molested miles during music practice miles told the Swiss girl who told sir, ROY. Rajas wife, sadly there were other victims, but the exact number remains on now..
"yoga center" Discussed on Mentoring Moments
"So i wanna get into what we're done with and but first i have do you have question because i just thought about this so you get there is like when you were saying about young women wanting to be like you i would it be like you who are not covered by the same eggs i would've it just like you that would indicate hot well how do you become how did you learn everything you know you know i started doing yoga when i was fourteen so that was already weird and then when i was in university my family my my thing was to radically change the world of education help the people the can't learn in mainstream classical mainstream education how do you get them excited that was my you know i wanted to get a phd in be really serious about it patten proving the world and but then i was also into the body so i was taking premed courses and i take anatomy and i had the third yoga center in new york city way back '70s were talking now and then i was married got pregnant is my door decided i wanted to go to medical school my parents said oh no you're married now you're going to have a child we only pay for university studies when you're not married so that is a rule i might use that so visit put the thing about it was what i realize it what is so perfect about what i do and how i help people is that i am not a medical doctor i am logical i am a problem solver i know my anatomy well enough to now that's when i work with the l incredible logic in order in the body i'm talking met more the stretch the structural how the body moves and and so that i don't have the structured belief systems that trained physicians and people trained in universities to work with bodies have so i've always been able to just use the logic.
"yoga center" Discussed on Good Life Project
"And they're nieto one or two other sort of projects that make up my ecosystem of contribution right now so i've been thinking back to the original um sort of idea of what i did one adult out the yoga center and why it was so successful and it was really about never adding something new in till we what we currently had what we were currently doing in investing in had reached a point where it was really operating at its fullest potential and i think as i look at what i'm doing now to really powerful lesson because i have all these ideas they're all sorts of new things i want to do and start and i have two options i can either keep my karn projects humming along doing really beautifully but knowing in the back of my mind that they're probably each individually operating at somewhere between sixty five and eighty five percent of their potential and just new stafan an end up with a larger ecosystem of more projects and ideas in products and experiences that are probably all operating at subtantial or i can say not now to the other ideas that are dropping into my head right now and say my job is or or give myself a sort of a rule earn a guidance near the rebel and music yeah i really don't wanna role you myself a bit of a challenge and say okay so what if the thing that allows me to unlock a certain amount of investment of energy time money band with in something new is my ability to get a current project much closer to what i believe to be its fullest potential so what if i'm not actually you know i set a challenge for myself to say that everything that i'm currently doing now has to go from will just use an example from seventy five percent of its true potential to ninety percent of its true potential before i'm actually able to uh add something to the ecosystem how we got change things.