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Off the Mat: What does a sacred Lotus flower symbolize?

I found this beautiful description in one of the books on yoga ("The Secret Power Of Yoga: A Woman's Giude To the Heart And Spirit Of The Yoga Sutras" by Nischala Joy De): "...The lotus flower has long been a symbol for the unfolding of spirituality. It is one of the most elegant illustrations of the meshing of our human and Divine natures. The lotus seed is planted and grows in muddy waters, below the surface of the lake, far from the light. Though the light is murky and unclear, the flower blossoms by drawing energy from within. As the bud passes through the muddy waters, it lifts its face to the sunlight and finally emerges. Miraculously, not a trace of soil remains on the flower. It live

Alternate Nostril Breathing (Nadi Shodhana)

This is a simple breath work that can be performed by anybody. Performing it for just a few minutes every day is great for releasing accumulated stress, tention and fatigue. It helps to clear and calm the mind. Nadi Shodhana is a very calming breath so practicing it right before going to bed will help your body and mind relax and get a deep restfull night sleep. Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing). Technique: 1. Sit in a comfortable position, rock from side to side to move the flesh away form sit bones, draw in your abdomen, roll shoulders away from ears and establish your Jalandhara Bandha by bringing your neck in alignment with your spine and slightly tucking your chin.

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