October 1, 2015

Strategies for Building A Strategy and Setting Milestones

Filed under: Essay writing — yogabhava @ 5:29 pm

Composing a conclusion paragraph for a senior high school essay can seem like an undertaking that is unnecessary to students. They’ve been taught sooner or later to restate their thesis statement, but that rarely is really a part that was complete. (more…)

October 5, 2011

Fasting & Cleansing

Filed under: Yoga, Raw & Holistic Lifestyle — Tags: , , , — yogabhava @ 6:51 pm

Here are a few good recommendation when fasting to cleanse more effectively.

To support a fast it is important to use high quality herbs. Fasting is great but doesn’t get rid of
fungus, bacterias, candida & other creature accumulated in the course of a life time from
eating poorly. As a result, when you go off the fast, the craving will return (or just never stop)
because what craves in you are those bad guys.

Here is the best company out there that I recommend for cleansing herbs:
http://www.blessedherbs.com/internal_overview

Also, to fully release the emotions stored in the body, here are two powerful cleanse (links) I would
recommend in this order:

Intestinal cleanse (help with releasing sadness & tons of garbage!)

Liver flush (help with releasing anger & heals hundreds of symptoms caused by liver dysfunctions)
-one powerful way to cleanse the liver is to do 9 lever flushes in 9 month, once a month
but one is better than none.

Last but  not least make sure when going off the fast to eat very clean and light for at least
a week or you will hurt your liver.
There is no better way than starting off with as much raw food and simple vegetarian foods as possible.

Here is a 3 part video interview about optimum diet I did a few years ago with Dr. Brian Clement,
director of the Hippocrates Institute:

Optimal Health & Raw Vegan with Dr Clement, Part 1 of 3

Optimal Health & Raw Vegan with Dr Clement, Part 2 of 3

Optimal Health & Raw Vegan with Dr Clement, Part 3 of 3

I hope you find this helpful. Please post your comments below! :)

Ishwari Jay

June 27, 2011

Tantric Perspective & Complementary Class Coupon

What Is Tantra?

Tantra is The Wisdom & Methodology of experiencing Oneness Consciousness ~ The Merging of Spirit and Body ~ The transcendent and the imminent ~ Shiva, the Universal Consciousness & Shakti, It’s own Power of Creation ~ We experience Shiva when we turn inside or look at the world from the perspective of equipoise and oneness. That is called the Shiva Drushti.

We experience Shakti in all the infinite pulsation of life. Since Shakti is all we see we can only experience her. However we can be conscious or unconscious in our journey to experiencing Shakti. When we are free from the limitation of judgment – right and wrong, good and bad, dark and light, hatred, separation and alienation, we are more likely to experience Shakti in a conscious way. When we immerse with that experience, she takes us straight to Shiva and we merge in the inner ecstasy of our own being.

To me, that is Tantra.

Announcement: Below is a complementary class coupon valid until July 31, for my Tuesday class at willows Yoga at 6:30.

If you already have a path at the willows, please forward this coupon to someone who would appreciate this gift from you.

I hope to see you in class!

Classes schedule:

Tuesday at Willow Yoga from 6:30pm to 8pm

Wednesday at Yoga Viva from 7 to 8:30pm (124 Seeman Dr Encinitas, CA )

 

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