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Namaste Yoga 324 Awakening Your True Self Series Doubt

March 25, 2016 Intermediate Yoga Class
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Doubt This is the final week with the five hindrances. The five hindrances are common mental states that arise in our practice and lives that can impede our practice. They have been observed and taught as part of Buddhist studies. In teaching about the five hindrances, Sharon Salzberg quotes the Buddha, he says, “Our minds […]

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Today on Living Your Yoga we are Talking about Aversion

March 23, 2016 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Talking about Aversion Hi I´m Melissa West and Today´s Living Your Yoga is about the second of the five hindrances outlined by Buddhist studies, aversion. I´m joined today by Jay Forrest host of Spiritual Wisdom with Jay Forrest. Jay´s mission is to inspire you to live a peaceful and happy life by learning to think […]

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Namaste Yoga 323 Awakening to Your True Self Restlessness

March 18, 2016 Intermediate Yoga Class
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Restlessness This week we continue with the five hindrances. The five hindrances are common mental states that arise in our practice and lives that can impede our practice. They have been observed and taught as part of Buddhist studies. In teaching about the five hindrances, Sharon Salzberg quotes the Buddha, he says, “Our minds are […]

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The Five Hindrances: Desire on the Yogic Path

March 9, 2016 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Desire on the Yogic Path Today on Living Your Yoga we are Talking about Desire Hi I´m Melissa West and Today´s Living Your Yoga is about the first of the five hindrances outlined by Buddhist studies, desire. I´m joined today by Jay Forrest host of Spiritual Wisdom with Jay Forrest. Jay´s mission is to inspire […]

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Awakening Your True Self Series Aversion Part 3

March 4, 2016 Intermediate Yoga Class
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Aversion Part 3 This week we continue with the five hindrances. The five hindrances are common mental states that arise in our practice and lives that can impede our practice. They have been observed and taught as part of Buddhist studies. In teaching about the five hindrances, Sharon Salzberg quotes the Buddha, he says, “Our […]

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Awakening Your True Self Series Aversion Part 2

February 26, 2016 Intermediate Yoga Class
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Aversion This week we continue with the five hindrances. The five hindrances are common mental states that arise in our practice and lives that can impede our practice. They have been observed and taught as part of Buddhist studies. In teaching about the five hindrances, Sharon Salzberg quotes the Buddha, he says, “Our minds are […]

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Namaste Yoga 319: Aversion or Yoga Poses You Avoid the Most Part One

February 19, 2016 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Aversion This week we continue with the five hindrances. The five hindrances are common mental states that arise in our practice and lives that can impede our practice. They have been observed and taught as part of Buddhist studies. In teaching about the five hindrances, Sharon Salzberg quotes the Buddha, he says, “Our minds are […]

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Namaste Yoga 318 Awakening Your True Self Series Attachment

February 12, 2016 Intermediate Yoga Class
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Attachment We continue our Awakening Your True Self Series this week with another mini series within our larger series. This mini series is on the five hindrances. The five hindrances are common mental states that arise in our practice and lives that can impede our practice. They have been observed and taught as part of […]

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