Can Being Mindful Make Me Peaceful? Experiences Part 4 :Talk
A key aspect of this exploration is then to become aware not only of what is arising, but also in how we're relating to what's arising.
Are we relating to the experience, whether it's of the body? Of the mind? Are we relating to the experience with openness, with acceptance, with mindfulness? Or as these different experiences arise, is there reactivity in the mind? Are we relating to pleasant things out of desire? Of wanting? Are we relating to unpleasant things out of aversion? Of wanting to push them away? Of wanting to get rid of them?
Breaking down the concepts into bite sized pieces
removing the myths around this hifalutent fad that seems to be spanning the globe
Any ONE can be mindful...
feel free to make notes - postits or reminders - of all the beautiful ways to live your life to the fullest on an experiential level
Priyanka has been teaching Yoga, Mindfulness & Breathing exercises since Protected content been practising since Protected content .
She has studied Sivandanda Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga and explored Kundalini, Jivamukti, Anusara, Iyenger, Bikram/HOT yoga, Yin/Restorative Yoga and Acro yoga, just to name a few.
She blends the Vipassana meditation technique with various others so that everyone has a chance to explore what works for them.
Priyanka is currently studying myriad of Buddhist Concepts from the Kadampa Meditation Centre, Awakening Joy and Spirit Rock & Buddhist Psychology from Princeton via Coursera
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