Yoga Lesson: Intention

Creating a sankalpa (intention or prayer) at the beginning of your yoga practice can bring a deeper focus and power, especially if this intention remains active throughout the practice. We can also create individual sankalphas for specific yoga poses to help guide us deeper into the individual postures. An effective sankalpa is a short, positive, and precise statement about what you wish to attain for yourself and/or for the benefit of all.

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  1. I do my daily morning meditation at about 5am. I focus on the subtle vibrations at my third eye, the spot in between the eye brows. I have this session for almost 15 minutes daily.
    I feel energised the whole day, able to feel relaxed and be vibrant at the daily task involving work and family.
    Lately I have become very creative, couple of new business ideas have come to my mind and I have successfully implemented not worrying too much about the results, but the results have turned well too, surprising.

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