Posts Tagged “Amrit Yoga Institute”

Meditating on Soul Whispers and Yoga Nidra Communities

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Meditating on Soul Whispers and Yoga Nidra Communities

Meditating means to think deeply or focus one’s mind for a period of time in silence Yoga Nidra offers an effortless way to meditate The term Yoga Nidra comes from two Sanskrit words, yoga meaning union or one-pointed awareness, and nidra which means sleep.   By Eileen Fleming As a spiritually driven political activist, I…

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Breathing in a new life in 2015 and Exhaling 2014 with a Deep Sigh

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Breathing in a new life in 2015 and Exhaling 2014 with a Deep Sigh

By Eileen Fleming The first thing we take in life is a breath and the last thing we give up is a breath. But unlike any other function of the body, breathing relies equally on the voluntary and involuntary nervous systems. In the West, most of us never focus on even one of the 20,000…

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10 Days at Amrit Yoga Institute and Missions from God

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10 Days at Amrit Yoga Institute and Missions from God

10 Days at Amrit Yoga Institute and Missions from God By Eileen Fleming   Jesus said, “This is how everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.”-John 13:35  Nestled under a canopy of towering Live Oaks in the Ocala National Forest in Salt Springs, Florida, the Amrit Yoga…

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The Third Eye Medical Science and #YogaNidra

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The Third Eye Medical Science and #YogaNidra

The Third Eye Medical Science and #YogaNidra By Eileen Fleming   There is a lot of controversy over the importance of the Pineal Gland. What medical science knows is – it is the source of Melatonin. –John S. Fleming, MD The Amrit Yoga Institute writes: Modern science now confirms what yogis discovered thousands of years…

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Yoga Nidra Can Free You From Insomnia and Pain

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Yoga Nidra Can Free You From Insomnia and Pain

Yoga Nidra Can Free You From Insomnia and Pain By Eileen Fleming Modern science and yoga share the idea that pain and suffering have roots in our past pain, trauma, stress, loss, and illness. Neuroanatomists explain the process of learning from past experiences as neuroplasticity or brain plasticity. Yoga uses the word samskara. Neuroplasticity refers…

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