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Looking back after 3 years in Kiwiland

  Stubborn Adventure Stubborn, sensitive and impatient, these characteristics are all known to me. I see them as strengths, they have brought me where I am today: New Zealand. Three years ago, I stepped on a plane to follow my heart with two suitcases filled with clothes and shoes. What else do you need? I …

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One-Moment Meditation

My lovely twin-sister recently sent me an inspiring movie about one-moment meditation; a short meditation which you can easily integrate in your normal daily life. According to Martin Boroson, I am cheating – since I usually meditate longer than 1 minute. 😉 Have a look @ how you can be more mindful in your everyday life: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6eFFCi12v8&w=560&h=315]

The integration of Yoga in normal day life

The Sanskrit word ‘Purna’ means integrated, complete or ‘full’. Purna Yoga represents a holistic approach to yoga integrating all eight limbs of yoga the way it was originally taught in India. The focus is not just on the physical postures, but also on the other seven limbs including philosophy, meditation, pranayama and yogic personal and …

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From comparing to self-reflection and love

There are four main paths of Yoga: Jnana, Bhakti, Karma and Raja Yoga all leading to the same: Samadhi. Most yogis combine different styles of yoga on their journey. I have spoken briefly about Bhakti and Karma yoga in earlier blogs. Jnana Yoga is the path of knowledge and wisdom. It includes introspection and contemplation …

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