"Al centrarnos en nuestra respiración, despejamos la mente de toda distracción y purificamos nuestra energía, lo que nos permite conectar con el espíritu que llevamos dentro" RESPIRA 🌱🙏🏼💓 #breath#meditate#live
Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others. The crazy thing, is that I had a conversation about this with my daughter today but it rings so true in my personal life as well. I was never aware of the art of balancing respect for myself and doing things for others when I was a kid but I’m happy to be developing those tools now, even if it’s at the same time as my daughter! 🤣 please share any stories or experiences you have with this ❤️🙏😘 ps...can’t wait to share the next set of holiday pics with you by @actionhiro wearing @aloyoga
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Shoulder Taps is today's MOVE
The Only One, Shaggy is the TUNE
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I have started to practice placing palm on the floor and supporting my body ✋🏻
Can’t wait to practice handstand 🤸🏻♀️ .
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Shiva, the God of all Gods, Mahadev sits atop the mighty Kailash Mountain and resides in the hearts of millions of devotees. His magnificence is too great to be described in a few words. Lord Shiva, the Great God, is considered to be the Supreme Being and grants Moksha to those who ingrain divinity in their hearts and adhere to firm righteousness in their lives. The giver of great boons to his determined devotees and is the very embodiment of kindness and love. The Sanskrit word "Siva" means auspicious, gracious, kind, benevolent, friendly". The roots of Siva is "si" which means "in whom all things lie, pervasiveness" and va which means "embodiment of grace". The term Shiva also connotes "liberation, final emancipation" and "the auspicious one". Shiva in the Epics and the Puranas, is an auspicious god who is the "creator, reproducer and dissolver".
Shiva also means the one who can kills the forces of darkness. Shri Vishnu sahasranama interprets Shiva to have multiple meanings: "The Pure One", and "the One who is not affected by three Guṇas of Prakṛiti.
Upanishads declare Lord Shiva that he is the supreme Brahman and the only giver of moksha. Maitreya Upanishad, "I am the supreme, greater than the great. I am quiescence, the greatest being (Purushottama)” "All those devas who are all under stupor by the illusion of Maheswara would not understand properly that Mahadeva who is the teacher of the universe, is the cause of all causes. His shape does not appear before the eye. This world is shining because of that Parathpara Purusha in whom the world exists. ~ Pancha Brahma Upanishad'
One should chant Panchakshara Mantra which is from Na to Ya (Namasivaya) and which is of shape of five letters and is Shiva’s body. After understanding philosophy of the soul of Pancha Brahma, One should understand that every form is the form of those five. One who studies this knowledge of the soul of Pancha Brahma would shine himself as Pancha Brahma. This Upanishad tells that Shiva, who grants salvation to one, from this day- to-day life of the world, exists as witness without differentiation in heart of all beings and is called Hrudayam (That which exists within )