Kriya Meditation en el ser

En este video Dyan Navjot nos comparte una kriya para meditar en el ser. La parte del mantra, la puedes encontrar si copias/pegas este link: https://youtu.be/F5DRDqSYwr0?list=PL98R7S01iQEh22gNY1lhr3HCuvAucXN1a Recuerda ANTES de practicar la kriya debes abrir con el mantra ONG NAMO GURU DEV NAMO (X3) y luego hacer calentamiento, copia/pega este link: https://youtu.be/31bxuqmxXAU?list=PL98R7S01iQEg2SEKsHmzPrmGoLJkDs_xL Si quieres tomar clases con Dhyan Navjot, sólo tienes que mandarnos un mensaje por Telegram o por Facebook. Escríbenos un mensaje en el sitio web para que te enviemos el libro Introducción al Kundalini Yoga gratis: https://abundanceflow.ca/contact/​ Toma clases en línea en tiempo real: t.me/KundaliniYogaMeditation (Telegram) Visita nuestro Blog: https://abundanceflow.ca/blog/​ Conecta por Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abundanceflow.ca

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Tools for Self Healing from Hawaii

Whenever there is something inside that bothers me, I observe it, without judgement, breathing out that bad feeling that has appeared. I thank it for showing up, and then I let it go, for this, I keep breathing and visualizing how it leaves my brain, mind and consciousness. At the same time, I insert a simple yet powerful affirmation. Something like this:

Divine One (God), heal those painful memories and wrong ideas that are promoting this fear, this pain, this bad feeling. 


I am sorry, 

Forgive me, 

Thank you, 

I love you.


The last four phrases belong to a technique called Ho’oponopono. It needs to be understood that you the words are directed to your Subconscious, not to a specific person. Your Subconscious has absorbed thousands of memories from all times. This is what we are cleaning through this work.

There is quite a lot of information online about this Self-Healing Technique, most of it though it´s in Spanish.

Do you feel you have lost the magic ingredient of life?

Some people might call it  Motto. Basically is something linked with excitement, with motivation, with having goals and dreams.

Many people around the world have lost this magical ingredient. It is something that can happen to anyone and you won’t notice it until you feel depressed.

When you have something to look for, something to look forward to, we feel that we have a sense of purpose. This, together with feeling secure, feeling loved and happy are the basic ingredients for an individual to love life and achieve personal goals.

One of the things that perhaps most of us do, is to be attached to end the result, to the expectation of how something will be. This is something that makes us live in the future, not in the present. We seem incapable to do something and enjoy while we are doing it, we are most of the times just imagining how it will be when it’s finished. Most of the times, what this brings is dissatisfaction and frustration.

One way to balance things out is to be grateful for the things that we have, the things that we do, the little things that make you happy, be thankful for them. Make a list of all the good things that have happened to you, the things that we are grateful for along your life.

A second step into finding your motivation or purpose is to work your body and mind, kundalini yoga is an excellent source to deep dive into your inner self and discover through your new developed intuition and connection to your purpose in life.

Common Myths about Yoga and the True Facts

There are a lot of myths about yoga that can often discourage people from trying it. In this article, we will separate myth from fact so you can decide whether or not yoga will help you achieve your health and life goals.

Myth 1: Yoga іѕ spiritual, not physical

Fact: While it is true that certain yogas include meditation, that is concentration and focus, yoga is intended to be a union of body, mind and spirit. A healthy body is a healthy mind.

Myth 2: Yoga is for wimps

Fact: Yoga is a whole body workout that incorporates both aerobic activity if you do flow yoga that is, yoga movements in a sequence and strength training, such as you would do with weight lifting or using resistance bands. It is quick and effective and develops long, lean muscles, balance, flexibility and stamina in a way few other workouts can. Both men and women can get a better body in only a few short weeks if they stick to their practice.

Myth 3: Yoga is for old people-it is slow and boring

Fact: While it is true that yoga is a great workout that increases flexibility and range of motion, it can be practiced by anyone at any age level and fitness level. Young and old alike enjoy the variety of the poses. Fast workouts may burn more calories, but they can often cause muscle strain and injury. Think of slow weight lifting and you will get an idea of just how powerful yoga can be in building your best body.

Myth 4 –You will never lose weight doing Kundalini Yoga

Fact: Ever see the people carrying yoga mats? Chances are that most of them are skinny. Yoga develops long, lean muscle, which boosts your metabolism and helps you burn calories more efficiently. You will also look a lot better in your clothes. Think of the difference in volume between 1 pound of cotton balls (out of shape muscles) and 1 pound of brick well-conditioned muscles and you will get an idea of just how slim and trim you can start to look even if you never lose a pound.

But since each yoga session can burn an average of 500 to 1300 calories, a Kundalini yoga session, yoga is the perfect way to get a better body.

Now that you know the facts, do a search online for my yoga videos and courses. Get started with this great exercise that is fun, interesting, and can easily be done every day no matter where you are.

Can I Eat More If I Work Out?

Consistency and Patience

A combination of a balanced diet, a consistent exercise routine, and a stable sleep schedule is ideal when it comes to improving the current status of your health. Yet, there’s a point at which diet and exercise intertwine and make matters a bit more complicated.

You need to be patient with yourself and go one day at a time, you will find how easier it gets to just say: I will do exercise tomorrow and then next day you say the same thing and the next one.

In particular, many people wonder whether exercising more means you can eat more without negatively impacting the positive progression of your health. That’s especially the case when you consider the calories and nutrients lost through intense and frequent exercise.

Below, we’ll discuss the role that losing calories and nutrients plays in the amount of food you should be eating on days you work out.

Replacing Lost Calories

No matter what type of exercise you’re participating in, you’re burning a set number of calories based on how long and how intensely you perform the exercise.

When you burn more calories than you’re consuming throughout the average day, you’ll experience weight loss. That’s great if you’re looking to lose weight, but it’s not so great if you’re trying to build muscle and strength.

To maintain your weight on days that you exercise, you’ll need to be taking in as many calories as you’re burning through exercise.

That means eating a greater number of calories during the day!

You should try to limit the extra calories to about how many calories you burned during your workout in order to maintain your current weight. A few extra or a few less won’t make much of a difference but being a few hundred calories off can make you gain or lose weight!

Eating More Nutrients to Refuel

When you exercise, your body is using carbohydrates, fats, and proteins to provide you with the energy you need to complete your workout. Additionally, your body loses electrolytes like sodium and potassium when you exercise intensely.

After you’re done with your workout, it’s incredibly important that you replace the nutrients you lost during exercise and supply your body with the fuel it needs to continue on with your day.

Though that means eating more over the course of your day, it also means eating the right food. The “extra” food that you’re eating on days in which you work out should be nutrient-dense and help to return your body to its natural state.

The Limitations

You can eat more during the day if you’re burning calories and losing nutrients during exercise, but there are quite a few limitations.

Under no circumstances does working out enable you to consume unhealthy foods and not experience the negative health consequences associated with them. That means working out doesn’t make it okay to hit up a local fast food joint on your way home from the gym.

Coming home from the gym after a 30-minute run only to eat a cheeseburger and French fries with a large soda won’t only put you above your daily recommended calories, but it’ll also overload your body with unhealthy fats, sugars, and salt.

Rather than burning calories and improving your health, your body must now work to rid itself of the unhealthy level of these nutrients that you just consumed. It practically reverses the positive effects of your workout!

You should be replacing the number of calories that you lost and focus on replenishing the nutrients that your body craves post-workout.

Final Thoughts

In short, yes. If you’re looking to maintain your current weight, you’ll need to be consuming more calories and nutrients on the days that you’re exercising. But you need to make sure that the additional calories and nutrients you’re consuming after a workout are healthy and will support your health and fitness goals.

Finding Optimism

Optimism…it’s a four syllable word that can be harder to find than diamonds in South Africa. But believe it or not, you too can tap into the earth of your surroundings and dig up a rich store of feel-good. Here are a few ways to do that.

#1: Find laughter. These days, it isn’t hard to find. With Youtube and social media, there is not shortage of memes, videos, vines, and more to get you crackalackin. You could also rent a funny movie, watch stand up comedy, or hangout with funny people. Laughter will lead you to smiling, and smiling will lead you to feeling good. Which brings us to our next point…

#2: Turn the frown upside down. It’s hard to believe that something as smiling can improve your mood, but studies have linked outward acts of happiness to an internal shift. Practice by looking in the mirror and smiling, even it if feels cheesy, stupid, and inauthentic. Hold your smile for a minute, two minutes, five minutes…see how long you can go. Start the day off with a smile, and make a conscious effort to smile more.

#3: Use positive words. Studies have shown and confirmed what spiritual traditions have long held regarding the power of the tongue: words can literally shape the reality around us. If you want to build a more positive vibe, try using more positive words. Eliminate negative talk about yourself, and others as well.

#4: Find positive people. The impact of those we hang out with is enormous. Avoid negative influences and people who bring your down with complaining and criticism. Misery loves company, the old adage goes, and these people will quickly bring you into a downward spiral. Find friends who are upbeat, positive, and happy, and their resilience and optimism will pass on to you.

#5: Stay healthy. If you’re feeling tired and sick, it’s easy to get irritable and negative. By contrast, try maintaining an active lifestyle of healthy choices that can maximize your energy levels and build you up. It’s easier to be upbeat and happy when you feel good inside and out.

#6: Get spiritual and/or actualized. Most spiritual traditions promote a positive outlook on life. If you’re not so into organized religion, find something that can provide a positive outlet for you, like exercise, music, art, or reading. Just like using positive words can turn our perspective around, filling our hearts and minds with good stuff will help optimism come easier.

5 Ways to Stay Motivated in Business

If you own your own business or are an entrepreneur, you can often be faced with challenges that strike down your motivation to go on. But here are a few ways you can reign in the troops and find the gumption to keep going.

  1. Define your core values. Core values encapsulated in a mission statement will guide your company through times good and bad by helping you find direction and bringing you through turbulent times. “Making money” is not a goal that’s sure to keep you motivated when clients aren’t coming, but “delivering sustainable sources of energy” or something similarly specific will help you stay motivated towards a goal that forms the bigger picture.
  2. Take a look at the checkpoints. There may be a gap between your desired results and the actual results of what’s happened so far because your goal is monolithic and too far into the future. Take a look at smaller components to get a more accurate picture of how things are progressing, which will also bolster your motivation to continue carrying the torch.
  3. Surround yourself with friends. The people around you play a big role in your success. When it comes to running your own business, there are a lot of naysayers out there who will throw in their two cents, but take it all with a grain of salt. Instead, seek out like-minded visionaries and entrepreneurs, both at networking events and in casual contexts. Get inspiration and motivation from those in a similar station who also have an imaginative vision for the future.
  4. Remember that the grass isn’t always greener. If you’re one of those business owners who have previous experience in the nine-to-five economy, remember what it was like to sign away your schedule and practically your soul to a corporate overlord. While running your business is tough, it sure beats being underpaid, underappreciated, and overworked by someone who can just flick you away at the drop of the hat. Do you really want to return to that kind of environment?
  5. Figure out what you want. Desire is the motivating force behind almost anything, and business is no different. If you’ve pegged your desires as shallow goals like making more cash, it can be easy to get discouraged. But if you dig a little deeper and get to some core reasons for being inspired, it’s easier to stay the course—for example, a better home, providing for your family, or enjoying life to the fullest.

4 Self-Care Tips For Extra Busy People

Finding time to invest in self-care can be challenging, especially when you live an extra busy life. When your days are spent bouncing between work, family and social commitments, there can be little time left to catch your breath let alone take time to care for your physical, mental and emotional health. If you are struggling to find time left for self-care, try these four tips to incorporate good self-care habits in your routine.
1. Establish a morning routine

Starting the day right is a good way to ensure your mental and physical health is maintained. This might include a healthy breakfast, daily exercise or meditation; figure out what works for you and implement it daily. Over time this will become a habit, helping you to take some time for self-care every day.

2. Schedule time off

It can be easy to find yourself in a cycle of continuous activity, moving from one activity to the next until it seems you are just going through the motions. Make sure you don’t get lost in the chaos by scheduling some time off. It might be an afternoon away from your normal routine, or something more extravagant like a weekend away or vacation. Whatever you choose, taking a break will allow you to relax and rejuvenate.

3. Get enough sleep
It can be easy to prioritise other commitments over sleep, but the importance of sleep should not be underrated. Getting good quality sleep allows your body to heal and re-energise, helping you to perform in all areas of your life. It can also be hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle without proper sleep as we tend to make bad diet choices and avoid exercise when we are sleep deprived. Sleep is critical for physical and mental health, which is why it should be made a priority regardless of how busy you are.

4. Set realistic goals
Manage your mental health by setting realistic goals. There’s no point committing to something that is unachievable or will put so much pressure on you that you feel like a failure. Spend some time considering your aspirations and make goals that are challenging, but possible for you to reach. You also need to set realistic goals when it comes to your self-care commitments. Add things to your routine that will work long term with your lifestyle.
With limited hours in the day, it can be nearly impossible to make time for self-care. These tips should help you incorporate self-care into your schedule so that you can live life to the fullest.

Wifi Radiation Ages You FASTER? (new research)…

Even a “healthy skeptic” like me thought this sounded completely NUTS at first.

Can a tiny household electronic device make every single cell in your body age FASTER?

“There’s NO way a simple wifi router — found in 71% of all US households (1) — can harm your health, impair your sleep, or age you prematurely”, or so I thought.

But as I started reading this brand new, doctor-acclaimed book exposing the pernicious ways electromagnetic radiation can disrupt human health, I realized the unfortunate truth…

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Wifi Routers Might Be Handy, But The Radiation They Emit Stresses Your Body On A Cellular Level…

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Wifi radiation — one of the many kinds of electromagnetic fields, or “EMFs” we’re exposed to these days — has now been confirmed to be a major stressor to the human body.

It’s not that surprising that EMF signals can disrupt your body’s ability to function normally.

After all…

– Your nervous system

– Your heart

– Cell-to-cell communication

– Your brain

– Your muscles

– Your retina

…they all run on ELECTRICITY!

If you ever fracture one of your bones, the only way they’ll ever be able to glue back together is by generating low-level electric shocks — which will trigger healing. (2)

The point is this: your body is a bio-electrical machine which can, and does get disrupted by foreign EMFs signals, like those coming off your wifi router.

Fortunately, there are easy solutions you can start applying today to protect yourself:

===> How To Clean Toxic EMFs Right Out Of Your Home

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But It Gets Worse. This Cellular Stress Induced By Wifi Radiation Can Even Break Your Very DNA.

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I’m NOT one for saying these things lightly, but…

…wifi radiation might just be aging you faster than DNA-breaking, cancer-causing X-RAYS.

In one German study, researchers looked at how much 24 hours of cell phone radiation damages human DNA when compared to x-rays. The results were horrifying… (3)

What you’re seeing above is a renowned scientific research technique called the “Comet Assay”, which is used to identify substances or signals that are harmful to the human body because they break your very DNA.

The more something breaks your DNA, the longer the “tail” of the little comets you see above will be.

The conclusion? Researchers have found that 24 hours of cell phone exposure can damage your DNA as much as 1,600 chest x-rays.

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Is This Nothing But A Crazy Scare Tactic?

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The French government doesn’t think so.

In 2015, they passed national laws to ban the use of wifi in nurseries — over the fear that this new kind of EMF pollution would impair children’s growth. (4)

The inconvenient truth is — EMF pollution might just have become the #1 toxin you have to worry about at home… way before glyphosate, the kind of paint you put on your walls, or any other environmental contaminant.

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The Good News (finally!): Cleaning EMFs Right Out of Your Home Can Be Cheap, And Dead Simple…

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My colleague and Investigative Health Journalist Nicolas Pineault recently released this revolutionary guide where you’ll find simple and dirt-cheap solutions you can use to clean the worst sources of radiation right out of your home environment.

Inside, you’ll learn…

– How to automatically turn off your wifi at night using a device that costs less than 9 bucks on Amazon

– How to talk on the phone without increasing your risk of brain cancer, disrupting your blood-brain barrier and suffering from headaches

– How to safely use your laptop without blasting your hormone-producing organs with disruptive radiation, causing leaky gut or putting you at risk for autoimmune diseases

– Exactly where you should put your wifi router to make sure it doesn’t destroy your entire family’s sleep quality

– What to do if your home is near a cellphone tower, high-voltage power lines, or has one of those EMF-emitting “smart” utility meters installed

I understand this does sound “doom and gloom”, but the best you can do before tech companies are finally FORCED to create brand new, safer wireless devices is to take action.

Learn how to protect yourself today.

You can get started in a matter of seconds.

But I NEED you to take the first step — and learn the truth. It might just save your life:

===> Reduce Your EMF Exposure By 95% — And Experience Slower Aging, Better Sleep, And Incredible Mental Clarity

Be great!

Suzzette Tamez-Cruz from Abundanceflow

 

Sources:

  1. http://www.parksassociates.com/blog/article/pr-01102017
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2762251/
  3. https://www.acma.gov.au/-/media/Technical-Regulation-Development/Issue-for-comment/IFC-11-2014/EME-Instruments–Submission-Electrosensitivity-Australia-Attachment-Dr-Isaac-Jamieson-pdf.pdf?la=en
  4. https://ehtrust.org/france-new-national-law-bans-wifi-nursery-school/

What Happens To Your Body When You Never Move?

Our culture today is experiencing a lifestyle shift unlike any other change involving generations past. As modern technology continues to skyrocket toward the future, an almost perfect negative correlation can be found in the amount of physical activity the average individual performs.

While the perils of a sedentary lifestyle are somewhat common knowledge, this article will touch on a few of some of these detriments to specific anatomical systems.

Muscular System

 A common trend you will notice as we progress in this discussion is the body’s remarkable ability to allocate resources to specific locations it deems necessary. Muscles are a direct and literally observable example of this trend.

When the muscular system is not frequently exposed to outside stresses and resistances that require muscle tissue to contract and shorten, the body notices and begins to decrease the amount of nutrients and oxygen the muscle receives.

Naturally, this leads to a reduction in overall muscle size and strength. On the contrary, if the body realizes that a muscle or group of muscles is being asked to handle an increased workout on a consistent basis, these structures will receive a greater influx of nutrients, thereby increasing in both size and force output.

Skeletal System

 Our bones are specifically designed to provide an overall framework for the body, protect vital organs, store nutrients and specific types and cells and manage the perpetual effect of gravity. When an individual’s lifestyle is devoid of adequate physical activity, the skeletal system, as with most other body systems, begins to deteriorate due to a decrease in the nourishment it receives.

The overall strength of a bone is usually described in terms of bone mineral density (BMD). Processes such as prolonged periods of inactivity and aging are marked by an increase in this parameter. Quite obviously, decreased bone mineral density is highly correlated to increase breaks and fractures, as well as reduced overall functionality an individual maintains.

The Cardiovascular System

 Your heart really is the MVP when it comes to persistence. No matter how inactive you choose to be, this organ does not follow suit. Although your heart will continue to function despite an inadequate amount of movement, it is far from immune to it.

Just a few examples of how lack of movement negatively affects the heart are a weaker, less efficient contraction, decreased oxygen uptake and obstructed flow of blood the through body. These issues force the heart to work much harder to keep you alive, which inevitably decreased the lifespan of the heart itself.

Metabolism & Bodyweight

 Probably the most obvious consequence of not moving enough is an increase in bodyweight, often times leading to obesity. Your body has a specific amount of calories it requires to maintain vital structures such as the heart, brain and liver. Whatever caloric total remaining after these systems are accounted for is allocated to provide energy towards physical activity and movement.

In a movement deficit, these leftover calories are not burned as full and must be stored somewhere in the body for a later date. As you can probably guess, one of the main storage vessels is adipose tissue or body fat. Digressing back to the effects of inactivity of muscle tissue, specifically the reduction in muscle size due to non-use, metabolism is intricately involved in this process. Lean muscle mass actually has a high demand for calories even while at rest.

The more muscle present in the body, the higher the metabolic rate becomes. To put it simply, there will actually be less of those leftover calories we previously discussed, resulting in less potential for storage in the form of fat.