Consider your body, mind, soul as three declensions, three tools you are given. Learn how to properly use them, and you will grow.
A few days ago, I published a thought:
We cannot pretend to grow taking care just of one part of us. We must foster and grow holistically, with our bodies, minds, souls.
I received several emails and private messages since, from people who were asking me how could they practically grow in a holistic way.
And, as always, when you ask, I answer!
Sometimes we are tempted to try growing with just one of our being’s aspects.
So, there are people who train their body intensively, who take care of themselves eating well, going to the gym. Yet, all this physical training and care leave out their mind and their soul.
Some others try to learn everything they can, spending hours studying, reading, creating new knowledge, and trying to use their mind to explain everything, but in this way, they don’t listen to their bodies’ needs nor foster their spiritual…
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What makes us capable of awakening is that we are already complete, having in us both sides of the universal energy, the feminine and the masculine. Nurture them.
I am creating a (virtual) Sangha following the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and Thich Nhat Hanh.
What is a Sangha?
A Sangha, संघ in Sanskrit, is a community, an assembly. This term has a special meaning in Mahayana Buddhism, as it refers to the community of people who practice.
Thich Nhat Hanh says that
a Sangha is a community of resistance, resisting the speed, violence, and unwholesome ways of living that are prevalent in our society.
And a Sangha is an active community, where we meet, practice meditation and mindfulness, where we stay together (virtually in this Covid period and also to let people from everywhere in the world joining us), where we rejoin and recreate the universal connection between beings that this world is trying to break.
Most of all, we practice love and acceptance.
A Sangha is also a school of life, where we learn, teach, and practice, so to understand and love one another, as no one is to be considered greater or lesser, no one is to be judged, no one is to be left behind.
Each of us is unique and has been given unique gifts. So, we all are different in our being all equal.
Each member of the sangha can, and is invited to contribute to the community to promote a society where can all live together, without greed, useless accumulation, social injustice.
We are all interconnected.
We will meet regularly and practice meditation, welcoming young practitioners and beginners, then you will be guided into the practice by me, so you don’t need any special knowledge to join us.
Each meeting (usually it’s a 60 to 90 minutes gathering) will have an introduction, a social moment for speaking about us, the practice, the teachings, the sharing and the Dana (contributions to the Sangha), and a closing.
If you are interested in joining the Sangha, contact me and/or comment this post.
Body, mind, and soul are nothing but three different ways your true being interacts with the Universe. You only set your limits.
Self-understanding, growth, awakening are not an instant or unaware event. They represent a gradual, continuous, life-long journey
If you think to be complete without fostering your soul, you are missing a key part of the development into your full potential
One question I am continuously asked is “How can I open my Ckahras?”, especially by people who are just starting their journey into energy healing.
“How can I open my Ckahras?”
To open, and cleanse, your Chakras there are several methods, from the really basic ones to the most advanced. I want to give you here a primer, for all the beginners.
So, as you know yet, there are seven main chakras — four in the upper part of our body, that control mental properties, and three in the lower part that control instinctual properties.
They’re along the spinal column and are called, from the lowest to the highest one:
- Muladhara (Root Chakra) – मूलाधार
- Svadhishthana (Sacral Chakra) – स्वाधिष्ठान
- Manipura (Solar Plexus Chakra) – मणिपूर
- Anahata (Heart Chakra) – अनाहत
- Vishuddha (Throat Chakra) – विशुद्ध
- Ajna (Third-Eye Chakra) – आज्ञा
- Sahasrara (Crown Chakra) – सहस्रार
To open the chakras…
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Many come and ask my help, as a Tantra Master and Kundalini Healer, to get rid of excessive Kundalini energy in their system.
I would suggest to:
- Take a note (Keep a Diary, to say) of what you feel now
- Suspend any activity that stimulates your Kundalini for a few days
- Meditate to let the Kundalini settle down and practice some Heart Kundalini meditation if you know it
- Cleanse your Energy Channels and Balance your Chakras: Sushumna, Ida, and Pingala, the three channels, should be kept clean to drain any Kundalini excess
- Practice Mantras
- Discharge Pranic excess
- Get to know better Your Kundalini.
- Ask for Specialised help (you can contact me, of course) if needed
Everyone walks different paths toward awakening and unity, yet we all share the intimate call to reach full self-understanding