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What are the long-term benefits of daily yoga practice?

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The original form of yoga is Hatha, but today a variety of many forms were born from Hatha Yoga and developed to target different areas of persons’ life, development and needs. Therefore depending on what type of yoga you intend on practising, each form introduces a variety of benefits. The longer a form is practised, the more centred the practitioner becomes and the more effective are the results and benefits. At the same time if you continue the practise, even after one has reached their aim, it will ensure that the practitioner maintains reaping the benefits it offers, while deepening the connection and application of the practise.

AwakeConBal is one of those forms that were developed to focus on awakening the multidimensional layers, balancing the connection and communication between the layers to allow for self-empowerment that exudes natural confidence. The long term benefits of practising AwakeConBal Yoga will be substantial as it concentrates on reaching your forth layer (higher self), opening emotional blockages, addressing suppressed issues, increasing creativity and open mindedness, but most importantly the forth layer is recognising your inner power and connection to every living organism in the cosmos, in turn that will give birth to your self empowerment and a sense of deep purpose.

In general all forms of Yoga if practised daily will bring about gradually the following benefits and help maintain them:

1. A sense of well being and great health and flexibility in body, emotions and mind.
2. Learning how to control overwhelming emotions, situations and urges as it keeps you centred, calm and serene.
3. A daily release of negativity, stress and tension from the body, emotions and mind, especially if one is in a high pressured career or environment, therefore practising yoga daily will ensure that you have an outlet to release instead of allowing it to build up within you internally.
4. Allows for a deeper understanding and connection to yourself, your needs and your deepest motivational drive, which will enable greater focus, determination and social skills that will serve your highest benefit.
5. Daily yoga will self empower you, giving you increased confidence, self-control and self worth.
6. Allows for a deeper connection to your human traits of empathy and compassion for all creation, increasing deeper appreciation and consideration of your connection to everything that surrounds you from people, situations to environment.
7. Increases the sense of being present and in living in the now, for it will teach you how to live in the present to appreciate the now.
8. Daily yoga awakens your witness body to allow for a most excellent adventure that is your life, with your mind constantly expanding and allowing for new and imaginative information to flow, by opening new directions in thought and state of being.
9. A dedicated long term practise of yoga will teach the practitioner how to self heal, as well as learn the power of manifestation through intent, two powerful tools that can only be reached when the forth layer has been reached and a channel of communication opened.

These are but a few of the main benefits that a daily practise of yoga will yield in the long term. These points are not simply statements to entice one to being and be dedicated to daily practise of yoga. These points will unfold in your own experience of your chosen yoga practise, and soon enough you will experience each one in turn, but first you must begin to walk this path –we do not expect blind faith in our sharing of this information, we expect one to try it for themselves and reap the fruits of their own rewards.

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Awakened Yoga: The Art Of Inner Journey

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The benefits of Yoga and its daily application cannot be emphasised enough and no matter how much one might read about it nor as fluently as I might wish to describe it, nothing but the experience of it would ever do the practise justice.

The only other experience that requires a similar realisation is being a parent for the first time, for no amount of words or second hand experiences can ever prepare one for the actual role, whether emotionally, practically or morally.  That experience is absolutely impossible to describe to another until the person in question lives it whole-heartedly.

However, if I were to describe the experience of yoga in one sentence, then I would say; When finally the daily practise of yoga aligns ones core energy points, awaken ones multidimensional selves and allows for balanced calm in all daily activities, choices and relationships; one is left only marvelling on how was it ever possible to have lived and believed oneself to be alive without yoga.

Yoga is that profoundly powerful as an instrumental tool in assisting to better understand oneself, ones environment and everything that exists in-between.  It will allow for the comprehension of internal self control to externally learn how to manipulate ones own universe, while taking the practitioner into a self discovery journey that ensures an eye opening experience that can be both frightening and exhilarating at the same time.  Meanwhile yoga will also be healing of any emotional, physical or mental damage one may suffer from.

Such profound effects can only be realised through daily practise of a minimum of three hours per day, a serious yogi understands that absolute dedication to this spiritual practise can yield results that far exceeds any expectation.  However, if yoga is only practise two-three times a week, its effects will be relaxing, rejuvenating and to release tension and stress. 

A beginner should start with two-three times a week and slowly work up to daily practise of yoga, for like anything if one does not balance the effect of something that powerful newly entering ones life, then it could unlock and unleash emotions that mentally and physically one is not prepared to face or address yet. 

By starting the practise slowly, but with absolute dedication, the effects will also begin to manifest slowly and therefore as and when any pending issues become apparent during practise, the teacher will guide the practitioner through the issue to better understand and handle its effects.  For that reason AwakeConBal is designed to be an awakened yoga practise, slowly awakening the practitioner to the existence and present realities of the multidimensional selves (koshas). 

Through focused intent and deliberate application of visualisations we awaken the first three koshas to begin communication, acknowledgement and awareness of one another (physical, emotional and mental).  As the awakened layers develop further so does the practitioners understanding of yoga’s vital benefits and begin to apply their own yogic philosophies to their daily life outside the practise.

As such please feel free to come and experience the practise first hand and allow the experience sufficient time to take effect.  It will not disappoint but it will certainly be a remarkable adventure that human beings must allow themselves to try.

What are the long-term benefits of daily yoga practise?

The original form of yoga is Hatha, but today a variety of many forms were born from Hatha Yoga and developed to target different areas of persons’ life, development and needs.  Therefore depending on what type of yoga you intend on practising, each form introduces a variety of benefits.  The longer a form is practised, the more centred the practitioner becomes and the more effective are the results and benefits.  At the same time if you continue the practise, even after one has reached their aim, it will ensure that the practitioner maintains reaping the benefits it offers, while deepening the connection and application of the practise.

AwakeConBal is one of those forms that were developed to focus on awakening the multidimensional layers, balancing the connection and communication between the layers to allow for self-empowerment that exudes natural confidence.  The long term benefits of practising AwakeConBal Yoga will be substantial as it concentrates on reaching your forth layer (higher self), opening emotional blockages, addressing suppressed issues, increasing creativity and open mindedness, but most importantly the forth layer is recognising your inner power and connection to every living organism in the cosmos, in turn that will give birth to your self empowerment and a sense of deep purpose.

In general all forms of Yoga if practised daily will bring about gradually the following benefits and help maintain them:

1.     A sense of wellbeing and great health and flexibility in body, emotions and mind.

2.     Learning how to control overwhelming emotions, situations and urges as it keeps you centred, calm and serene.

3.     A daily release of negativity, stress and tension from the body, emotions and mind, especially if one is in a high pressured career or environment, therefore practising yoga daily will ensure that you have an outlet to release instead of allowing it to build up within you internally.

4.     Allows for a deeper understanding and connection to yourself, your needs and your deepest motivational drive, which will enable greater focus, determination and social skills that will serve your highest benefit.

5.     Daily yoga will self empower you, giving you increased confidence, self-control and self worth.

6.     Allows for a deeper connection to your human traits of empathy and compassion for all creation, increasing deeper appreciation and consideration of your connection to everything that surrounds you from people, situations to environment.

7.     Increases the sense of being present and in living in the now, for it will teach you how to live in the present to appreciate the now.

8.     Daily yoga awakens your witness body to allow for a most excellent adventure that is your life, with your mind constantly expanding and allowing for new and imaginative information to flow, by opening new directions in thought and state of being.

9.     A dedicated long term practise of yoga will teach the practitioner how to self heal, as well as learn the power of manifestation through intent, two powerful tools that can only be reached when the forth layer has been reached and a channel of communication opened.

These are but a few of the main benefits that a daily practise of yoga will yield in the long term.  These points are not simply statements to entice one to begin and be dedicated to daily practise of yoga.  These points will unfold in your own experience of your chosen yoga practise, and soon enough you will experience each one in turn, but first you must begin to walk this path –we do not expect blind faith in our sharing of this information, we expect one to try it for themselves and reap the fruits of their own rewards.

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I Practised Yoga But I Was Unable To Continue, Why?

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Some people would say that yoga is not for everyone; AwakeConBal’s philosophy is that the opposite is in fact true; it is absolutely for everyone.

Through experience it has been observed that those who oppose the practise of yoga, whether violently or reluctantly, suffer from deep-rooted issues that the mental body does not wish to address. 

It is not that one has not connected to the practise of yoga; it is that your mental body connected very well, immediately calculating an approaching danger from the emotional body if the practised was to be continued.  There is also another more common reason, the mental body realises that through the practise of yoga it will begin to lose absolute control (in essence share control) to something unknown.  As such a defensive retaliation against the practise is motivated by the fear of the unknown taking control internally, of course this is not true, if one wishes to continue practising yoga then one must continuously command the mental body to calm down by focusing on the breathing and in being in the present moment of experience.  In doing so the mental body will eventually give up the struggle to resist the experience and allow the rest of the multidimensional layers to begin sharing the control with the mental body. 

The process of quieting the mind is not an easy one and it will take time before the mental body will release absolute control and begin to enjoy the experience without reservation. 

However in regards to the dangers of suppressed issues that the mental body might not be ready to confront and deal with, one must tread very carefully.  The practitioner will know the difference between the two examples listed here, if the practitioner feels that the retaliation against continuing the practise of yoga is resulting from issues suppressed deeply within the emotional body, do not stop your practise, for it is more then ever imperative to continue.  However be very conscious of your yoga practise, focusing only on gentle self awakening yoga, and informing your teacher of any emotional or mental struggle that might confront you during the practise, in order for the teacher to walk you through healing the experience.

It is not a matter of forcing yourself to practise yoga even though the mental body is retaliating; it is a matter of convincing your mental body that it must allow the experience in order to understand, self heal and then release the situation.

If one continues to practise in the manner suggested to command and calm the mental body, the end results will be immensely rewarding, so do try to quieten the mind so your entire being may benefit.

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I Practised Advanced Yoga, But It Gave Me Anxiety, Why?

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When a practitioner joins a class of yoga, it is imperative to inform the teacher if one is a beginner to the yoga practise.  Firstly a beginner must be introduced properly and gradually to the practise, the teacher will also inform the practitioner about the different stages of its development and what to expect to develop.

Although there are different schools of thought regarding what is considered beginner and advanced, for some teachers there is no distinction between the two because everyone should be able to practise yoga at any given level and every different type, because there are no levels in yoga.

However, AwakeConBal philosophy is based on extensive social observation and my own personal journey, which reason that if Yoga principles teaches us that the human being is made of multidimensional koshas (layers), therefore to awaken, balance and work on each layer/kosha it will require a deeper level of Yoga application each time.  These deeper levels of application is reached through unlocking deeper mental awareness to allow for deeper connection to each kosha/layer in turn.
It is not so much a distinction in how flexible or well is ones yoga practise but rather if each subsequent kosha/layer has been awakened, unblocked and worked on/addressed properly through ones daily practise of yoga.

I had noticed during some of the yoga classes I had attended, many individuals whom I would term beginners yet they were practising advanced yoga forms, I observed that they were struggling and after two classes did not return.  There are some serious risks in beginners practising and attending advanced yoga classes and one of the main risk, which would induce anxiety, is the awakening of the emotional body before the mental body is ready to confront it.

The practise of yoga will unblock trapped emotions and subconscious issues that might had been suppressed by the mental body for its own preservation, by unlocking issues before the mental body is ready to address them might create more damage then good.  A beginner must start with gentle self-awakening yoga to introduce themselves to the benefits and wonders of yoga practise and to gradually come to terms with the internal awakening process of self-discovery, which yoga delivers beautifully with patience and time.

If you are experiencing anxiety when you practise yoga but you have been a practitioner for a while, then it could be that there is a deep-rooted issue that your mental body is rejecting to address but is surfacing nonetheless.  Again calm your senses, assure your mind that you are ready to confront the issue, if you are indeed ready to see behind the veil, and then go back to gentle yoga to experience the issue from a gentle calming place.

Whenever one of your multidimensional layers create an emotional challenge, remember that it surfaces so we may witness its reality, understand how and why it is present within us, heal it and then let it go.  By staying true to this process we push our evolution forward, becoming better human beings as a result and more aware. 

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How May I Prefect My Yoga?

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The most beautiful of all are those who are flawed; similarly the most perfect of all perfections is the imperfection.  It is the imperfections that give the real definition to beauty.

Yoga is not about being perfect or the best, yoga is about being present and in the NOW, if the mental body is allowed to contemplate perfect postures, then it is no longer practising yoga, it is practising the art of vanity.

A yoga flow is an experience of adventuring into a journey of self-discovery, but if the mental body’s preoccupation is focused on beauty and perfectionism, then none of the yoga benefits will be reached through the practise for the practise is not being applied correctly.

Yoga is the experience of your physical body extending itself into postures that would allow the organs to stretch and breath, to relax and calm and to reach further into self-awareness.  By doing so, the emotional body will do the same and so will the mental body; therefore there are absolutely no perfect postures or even a perfect flow.

In yoga the physical body is constantly encouraged to flow in whichever direction and stretch in whichever way it may please, for the simple reason of experiencing itself through movement.

Are there any awakened yoga retreats that focuses wholly on connecting and balancing the multidimensional self?

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