In our admonition pillar, called Wolf Wisdom, Wolf Terry, a Bhakti Yoga teacher and columnist in Denver, Colorado, rebuttals your pressing questions about practicing asana, meditation, mantra, and more. In this post, she dedicates admonish on cleansing our energy.
In our advice row, called Wolf Wisdom, Wolf Terry, a Bhakti Yoga teacher and novelist in Denver, Colorado, answers your pressing questions about practicing asana, reflection, mantra, and more. In this affix, she dedicates caution on purifying our energy.
Good day, Wolf.
What is a good weekly spiritual cleansing to practice?
Blessed Be :: Pure Spirit
Dear Pure Spirit,
When I am feeling spiritually stale, unmotivated, or sapped, I turn to nature. Sometimes I stand barefoot in my garden in Tadasana( Mountain Pose) and is attached to every needle, cliff, blade of grass, grunge slew, grow, tree, and gloomed. I imagine that I’m drawing healing intensity from Mother Earth through my left hoof. I envision it traveling in an arc through my organization, mustering all of the stick excitements and negative foresees overcast up my internal countryside. Then I exhaust it back into the earth through my claim paw. Other epoches, I sit by running water or hike into the darkest forest. Nonetheless I choose to connect with the outdoors, I do so with all of myself, my totality vicinity. That cures prompt me that my being and the many beings that surround me are all connected through nature.
Nature reminds us that being spiritual is really just being. It’s a reset button, and it doesn’t cost a thing. The most yogic thing you can do is turn to Creation for recovery. If you don’t have access to a light-green seat, a body of water, or ways, then look up. The sky is everywhere.
Best of Luck :: Wolf
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