is learning how to be present with every experience without needing to change it and without getting lost in what we think it might mean or a judgment for or against it. This lack of reactivity frees up our ability to then make wise and compassionate choices.
for every-body. The flexibility/strength of the yoga poses and the settling/calming affect of the flow of QiGong is intended to bring a sense of embodiment that is hard to find in our fast paced world.
leads to our first insight into a mind that is constantly reacting to our likes/dislikes, fears, anger and wanting. Through the practice of meditation, yoga and mindfulness with persistence and an attitude of patience, concentration can be cultivated. The fruits of concentration are wisdom and lovingkindness.
TMCC Video with Denise Barclay