In this short Youtube video Sadhguru, the Founder of the Isha Foundation, explains a simple process for self-protection. Isha Foundation offers a course on the ancient yogic process known as Bhuta Shuddhi, which I have participated in, but could not share with others who have not gone through the program. So I am grateful that now Sadhguru offers for everyone ways they may naturally and freely protect themselves. The one thing that is a cost is for a copper water vessel. The Isha Shoppe, an online store, has good quality copper cups, vessels, containers, of course, Amazon also has products. Please consider making your purchase from The Isha Shoppe, [www.ishashoppe.com look for the heading “Crafts”] as to keep support for the Foundation, in gratitude for all the vital help it offers yoga practitioners globally. The Isha Foundation does have a few products available for purchase on Amazon including copper bottles, the cups, and more affordable choices are best found from The Isha Shoppe.com site. I order items regularly from this site, it comes from the Tennessee Ashram in the USA, [for orders placed in America] is a safe and rather efficient handling and shipping facility. The Isha Foundation products are excellent quality copper and made in India.
When you place your water in the copper cup for overnight charging, do cover it with a clean natural fiber cloth or a copper lid. You may want to put a flower petal on top of the cloth for a sweet blessing, not necessary for the basic benefits. In fact, Sadhguru describes how traditional Indian Grandmothers cared for their water vessels for the best insurance for themselves and loved ones.
Please watch, consider, make plans, and share widely with family, friends, and more. Thank you to Sadhguru and The Isha Foundation Volunteers for all the work they do to supply valuable information globally and building, maintaining the Ashrams in India and the USA.
Thanks for watching, take good care, Namaste
Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu, Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu, Sarvesham Poornam Bhavantu, Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavatu OM Shanti Shanti Shanti OM
Translates to English: May there be happiness in all, May there be peace in all, May there be completeness in all, May there be success in all, OM, Peace, Peace Peace, OM
Thank you, Tina Turner, for recording this sacred chant and I send prayers for your own healing and for us all to be at peace while we heal, live, take actions for ourselves and make compassionate and kind deeds for others and as we transition. Namaste
I am grateful to my favorite Yoginis who share Hatha Yoga with me for their commitment to their practice, our friendship and the wisdom that is shared. I feel enriched by our yoga asanas, kriya, pranayama and, savasana is complete, we move to the table to share tea. In these few moments of sipping tea, offered as nectar to keep the yogic vibrations to continue to spread cellularly in the next hours, so often these lovely Yoginis share the “good stuff” that they have collected. Yesterday I learned about a Podcast, “On Being” with Krista Tippett, so I have posted it here for you to enjoy. When I listened to my first episode I heard mentioned a notion to consider “Dinner as Spiritual Technology” and I was delighted to have these words organized in a new way that is exciting to explore with family, friends, Yoginis and more.
You may want to subscribe to have a positive outlet. Another valuable Podcast that I learned a couple years ago is “The Moth.” You may like to follow through YouTube and/or as an App on your mobile device. I hope to keep collecting positive media similar to these to nurture myself and to offer as a respite for others when they are overwhelmed and may enjoy some good stuff. Special thanks to Ada, Nellie and Binita, Namaste OM
A comprehensive guide to get started with all things yoga. Sadhguru’s articles clarify exactly what yoga is and what it’s not, and present us with tips to get the best out of our yoga practice.
Source: Know Your Yoga: An Introduction to the Yogic Science
In this week’s Spot, Sadhguru chants the timeless Bhaja Govindam at the Isha Yoga Center. This beautiful chant is set to a stunning photo montage, and the Sanskrit verses have been posted, allowing viewers to chant along.
Source: Bhaja Govindam Chanting
Thich Nhat Hanh’s beautiful prayer for the End of Suffering.
Source: The Great Bell Chant
Here’s a short article and video from Sadhguru that helps us understand that we should not be too focused on our physical limitations but rather submit totally to being in our sadhana/yoga practice. This is so reassuring for us aging Yoginis who are dedicated to our sadhana! The Blessings are constant in different ways at different points in our lives. Thanks Sadhguru for your wisdom and for sharing with us and thanks for the Isha Foundation and volunteers that deliver so much media as virtual Darshan with us. Namaskaram.
Do click the red link below to read the article and to view a minute long video, please share freely. OM
Sadhguru explains what can be done if parts of the body feel as if they are not cooperating.
Source: Hatha Yoga – How to Deal with Physical Weak Points? – The Isha Blog
This Guide from Sadhguru shares the”powerful possibility that asanas represent, and explains that they are a means of creating a body that can download the cosmos.” Thanks again to Sadhguru and the Isha Volunteers for sharing this authentic information about classical hatha yoga from India that is so much missing in the West. It is my hope on this Most Auspicious Day and Night of Mahashivrathri that more yoga practitioners find their way to appreciate and honor the real yoga from India with a humble approach of surrender, Shambo, OM Namah Shivaya OM Shanti Shanti Shanti OM. [Do click the link to find the guide]
Source: Asanas Guide – Align With the Divine | Sadhguru