Join Hasu in a 30 minute practice that is perfect for aiding you in falling asleep for the night, for a quick nap, or anytime you need to shift from thinking & doing to feeling & being.
Join Hasu in an empowering Yoga Nidra inspired by Opa, the 1000+ year old tree. Recorded at Xenia Retreat Centre on Bowen Island.
Join Hasu in this 22-minute practice, daily if you can! We begin with the Prayer of Intention, then transition with bowing breath to the Kriya of Chitta Prana.
This practice reveals the First Key of Consciousness, which is impersonal awareness and impersonal Prana. Sound confusing? That’s because you need to do it to understand it! Swami Kripalu shared this practice many years ago with his student, Yogi Amrit Desai, and called it his Gift to the West. It was intended to show the deep power of yoga to Amrit’s American students in the 1970s, and it has more than stood the test of time.
When you participate, take note of what shows up when she asks, “notice the contents of your mind.”
This seven minute Energetic Diffusion Technique Meditation will help to release physical, mental or emotional blockages, simply by putting attention to sensation that you notice without labels or interpretation. This practice combined with breath awareness, is easily accessible and allows you to shift from thinking and doing to feeling and being.
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Join Hasu in a Yoga Nidra for Deep Inner Peace: a gift to help you soak in a pool of quiet stillness and silence for 30 minutes. Re-establish yourself in your true nature.
Join Hasu in this guided meditation to integrate the body, mind and soul.
This Yoga Nidra leads us through the Koshas, from the Gross body to the Subtle and the Casual body, where we deeply relax and digest, while density and blockages begin to dissolve.
Soak in the timeless, unchanging, universal natural of state of meditation that is pure free forever.
This variation of Sheetali breath is a immediate way to shift our mental, emotional, and contemplative state with one breath. Following the breath to the very end of the exhalation places attention on the moment and removes it from the duality of the mind. Follow this breathing practice anytime you want to shift from thinking and doing to feeling and being. Continue reading