by Nicole Becker
HAVE YOU NOTICED?
Mostly when it comes to our health we are very focused on things at the body level like nutrition, sleep, mental/emotional health. This is all very well and good but according the wise Yoga masters no matter how much we care for the physical, if we do not care for the soul we will never really be well. Not to mention, no matter how well we take care of this body it will eventually pass and we will be only soul again! So, which is most important to care for long term?
HOW TO NOURISH ATMABALA
Practices that address our soul/spirit are the subtle practices like meditation and certain inner visualization practices that help us connect with Wholeness, Oneness and Unity.
Aligning ourselves with the deep and powerful currents of nature, time and timelessness we begin to feel our body/life as an expression of a much bigger intelligence than just our own collection of thoughts.
HEALING IS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Every culture has developed it's own methods of connecting with the spirit/soul level of reality. Yoga/Tantra being just one of many valid paths. The method of "Pranic Healing" is a yogic form of energy healing where the practitioner directs healing "prana" (chi or life energy) through their hands towards (but not touching) the body of the recipient. Since we all have life energy we can all learn how to use it to direct healing to ourselves and each other. There are many simple pranic self-healing techniques that can be easily learned and applied.
YOU ARE INVITED
To experience the power of Pranic Healing and Atmabala nourishment, you are invited to join Nicole Becker at the first (of hopefully many!) Atmabala evenings where you will learn and practice pranic self-healing as well as receive healing from Nicole as you rest. She will also guide you in powerful inner visualizations and meditations which she usually reserves just for residential retreats. FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 2019 | 7-9 PM. Space is limited so advance registration is appreciated
Author, Nicole Becker
Yoga Therapist, Retreat Leader, and Heart of Yoga Teacher, Nicole Becker offers yoga and self-care insights and tips.