Shree Ram Dootaaya Namaha
Meaning: We plead to the Lord Hanuman, who is the greatest server and messenger of the Lord Shree Rama.
Anjeyandari hill in Hampi
Birth place of hanuman. #love#hanuman#faith#devotion#humpi#yoga
Have a beautiful moment of being, let it go then allow the next moment to flow in.
The veil of humanism should not cloak our spiritualism. We are tremendously beautiful orbs/beings of infinite light, that are resonating energies of unconditional love.
The veil that we often wear of looking through our human eyes, should not be our total sense of reality, we only encompass this vessel for a mere microcosm/speckle of time in comparison to the infinite being of our truest resonation.
Do not be overwhelmed by the complexities of being human.
It is a very important part of understanding the being within and inevitably the ultimate release of our light from its veil. May you cultivate
From this moment/microcosm of time
Within the simplistic knowledge, if you are being, you are the light. If you are the light, you are an eternal transformation of energy.
The mortal self. I see it playing in form, full of ego, full of illusions, dying second by second, trapped in a never ending cycle of sufferings.
It is awesome my friend.
I love being the observer of being. So this is my journey,
this is my book, I write it daily and when given the opportunity, I will read pages from my experience in the hope it awakens people in the simple realisation that whilst we are in this form, this is what we are, authors in our own destination. My life, the pages, my pen, well that is simply the universe.
And from great sufferings, we cultivate peace.
From sorrows, we cultivate love.
From sadness, happiness is cultivated.
The inter being of being is everything that is being.
I feel truly truly blessed that amongst my pages, my fellow beings appeared,
Illusionistic name of
Lover/friends. Beautiful names though they be, ultimately they are me,
As I am you.
For the love of my teacher
12/9/18 “Life begins with breath, life ends with breath” my yoga 🧘🏽♀️ instructor said this in class today. And it really resonated with me today as like many women I wonder what giving birth 🤰🏽 will be like. Really amazing to think that birth which I’m sure will cause me more pain than I have ever felt, and just when I think I’m going to split in half, POW 💥 , our little OMie will join us Earth side and take his first breath. My eyes fill with tears just thinking about it, not from fear but from the thought of meeting our son for the very first time. Honored to be making this trip from maiden to mother. Happy Sunday yogis!!! Just breathe!!! ~M🌙 #yogi#yogini#maidentomother#splits#justbreathe#littleomie#22weekspregnant
Take a Leap of Faith. Hanumanasana.
Dedicated to Hanuman, devotee of Sita and Rama, one of the central characters of the Epic Poem Ramayana, one of the most famous Hindu mythological figures and later also said to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Hanuman symbolizes self-control, faith and service to a cause, and he hidden behind a being who looks like a monkey.
This posture is linked to Hanuman because in a famous passage of Ramayana he is said to have jumped from India to Sri Lanka in search of Rama’s wife.
Therefore, this posture symbolizes his faith and devotion.
Let me tell you something: to achieve this posture you need for sure faith and devotion, but also A LOT OF PRACTICE. Many people tell me: “I am not flexible, I cannot do yoga”... my answer is always the same: “I was not flexible. I became flexible practicing a lot and sitting with discomfort and failure. Feeling clumsy. Feeling weak. Do you have a body? Then you can practice”. •
Let me also tell you: in terms of flexibility, this can be considered amazing or nothing special. It’s all a matter or perception.To be honest, I don’t even feel that flexible. There is always someone more flexible than me, someone who goes a little bit deeper, a little bit better. So if you think that you are gonna be happy once you do a split, and feel like you have achieved something, you are wrong. You won’t have achieved anything until you stop comparing yourself with others. If I compare myself with many other seasoned yogis, I look VERY lame. If I compare myself with myself, then I did a lovely job and I feel very happy. And then, only then, I can also let it go. If tomorrow it doesn’t happen, it just doesn’t. •
Second most common question: How long did it take you? 2 years of almost daily practice. So it was not given to me, it was not a gift. •
It was (is) Faith, Devotion and Practice. •
Jay Jay Sitaram Jay Hanuman