Oh Alabama, you've captured my heart. I'm loving the coast and the bay, you are beautiful. I love your people, your foliage and your beautiful critters. 😍
The #HandstandMechanics Challenge is now over and I enjoyed each and every video @kinoyoga taught. I'll be adding her drills to my handstands practice to build strength and endurance. Thank you!
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Not gonna lie, being an older sibling is a little bit difficult at times. I’m 8 years older and I feel like everything I do will be copied. It’s quite a bit of pressure because if I’m nice to everyone, she’ll be nice to everyone but if I do something stupid, she’s likely to do the same too. And the maturity is sometimes difficult to adapt to. Today she had her first sexual education lesson for example, and I got to act super serious and interested but deep inside it’s so cute I want to laugh 😂 And jesus christ kids talk A LOT with their little high pitch haha, adapting can be bit difficult. But still love her lots as much as she can annoy me at times ☺️
Regrann from @yogalooksgood - @sakshiguptayoga 🙏 Do you have a lot of stress in your life? Is it hard to clear the constant chatter of your mind? Have you ever wanted to get into meditation but didn’t know where to start? Did you know that the main reason yoga exists is to make the body suitable for sitting and meditating? By making the body limber, strong, and detoxified, we can sit and clear our mind, lower our stress levels, and more clearly align with our purpose in life. Focus on your breath and use these mudras to help you out! Tag a friend who could benefit and save this for your practice! 🙏🏻❤️ You will feel better and less stressed. Read below for all the details 👇👇👇Thanks for sharing @sakshiguptayoga #yogalooksgood ・・・
I am sharing 5 mudras that I find really helpful for meditation (I wish I could share more, am a total mudra girl!
1. Uttarabodhi Mudra - aka the mudra of enlightenment and self-knowledge.
2. Hakini Mudra - it is the mudra of mind. It is believed to enhance the power of our mind and helps us in concentration.
3. Adi Mudra - when we practice this mudra with both our hands , pressing our fists together knuckle to knuckle, it is known as the Brahma Mudra. It is believed that this mudra connects us to the cosmic energy.
4. Prana Mudra - this mudra activates the dormant energy in our body.
5. Jnana Mudra - aka Gyan mudra. It is known to calm the mind and make it more receptive to knowledge. When the index finger (individual consciousness) + the thumb (universal consciousness) join, it helps us in connecting to our higher Self
Follow @yogalooksgood for more 💛 - #regrann