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justwannabe2010-07-05 01:00:06 +0000 #1
this is a pretty cool link about expanding your grattitude

www.gogratitude.com

they send you an email for 42 days about grattitude. I am on day 15, i thought some of you here would enjoy it.

adios

Me
vibes2010-07-05 01:09:22 +0000 #2
Hi Yoga peeps, Just to let you know to look out for a yoga style called 'YogaDO'. I have been doing yoga for over 16 years and have found this to be by far the most beneficial and interesting. I have seen students improving in one class in what normally can take years or a lifetime. Today in the class a guy who has not touched his toes since he was a kid touched beyond his toes after just 2 minutes of gentle yogado, and he is in his 50's. I have done Ashtanga,Iyengar,Bikram,Hatha,shadowyoga and various martial arts wwith many different teachers and have never seen anything like it. Thats why I decided to join this forum, to let you know about it. Every class I have been to I have improved in ways I never thought possible. It's so clever. It's like meditation,but on areas of the body as points of focus. I will never go back to Ashtanga,Iyengar,Bikram,hatha or other yoga styles as it will be a step back. I have improved and am so flexible and light in my thoughts and body like never before and look forward to continue improving. I cant wait till the next class!!!
InnerAthlete2010-07-05 01:49:39 +0000 #3
How great that you've found a practice so empowering for you and you've shared it with us in your initial post.

I am always touched when a student has a practice that allows them to know the Self more deeply and facilitates their relationship with that Self, others, and the planet.

There are few things more meaningful than the humility and gratitude that comes with a balanced yoga practice. That, coupled with joy and the connection with one's purpose or svadharma, is a beautiful thing.
Pandara2010-07-05 02:03:06 +0000 #4
Hi Neil,

Why just 42 days, make it a life practice, I am practicing my breath of gratitude now for the past 11 years, and the difference it makes to my life is phenomenal, I cannot explain it in words.

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