We are holding up our “Buddhi (higher mind) Buddies” which we made and colored as i dharma-spoke about that Higher Aspect of our Mind which simply observes our…
that my Noble Friends?
is called, Listening,Trusting, and DOING what the Deities prescribe for you…
“As a 50+ year-old steadfast student of sustained high heart-rates while immersed in diversified outdoor sports has and continues to reveal more to feeble ilg about the nature of lower mind (manas), ego (ahamkara), and Higher Mind (buddhi) to me than all my university level and personally-pursued studies of comparative religion and spirituality.
to explore the Path of WF requires truly simple, yet incredibly difficult, qualities not found in the common exercise or wellness paths. perhaps the most significant inner quality we must embrace is humility, for a WF lifestyle is an ongoing act of ego-demolishing humbleness which is a training effect from constantly attacking our weaknesses, negative tendencies, and lazy habits which is the hallmark of WF. most Paths, most personal trainers, pamper their students strengths so the ‘client’ feels good about themselves (however, it’s not their Higher Self) and continue paying money to get ‘better.’
defining WF is easy; just challenge what you suck at and you’ll quickly find the Buddha Realm of WF.
“As we ramp up the pranic activity within our bodies through pranyama, asana, and WF training, we bec(om)e more chi-ld-like..we find ourselves becOMing more attracted toward dancing, high intensity breathing, low intensity stillness, and most importantly, pursuit toward our Highest Wholeness and Truth.” – coach ilg pic
Compassion is not true compassion unless it is active. Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion, is often represented in Tibetan iconography…
newly minted HP Yoga® Teacher, Jackie “Gamhé” Boudreau is already gaining a big class following…and more importantly; she is carrying the WF Torch igniting Transformation quickly among her students.