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In October I became certified with Sonia Choquette Level one Sixth Sensory certification. We had yoga sessions, and I started to like it. I can see where it can be used in meditation. I'm able to teach Sonia's works, and do readings, and I'm wondering if introducing people to simple yoga moves would be ideal part of their manitfesting, and meditating. (I've not yet marketted myself, but I'm almost ready to.) I'm not as thin as I'd like to be, that will come. I thought, with yoga, I could also teach them, if they asked, about being vegetarian, and such...yoga got me more intuned with my body,and now I do it every day. So, do you see where I'm getting? To incoporate certain postures, correctly, and by CORRECTLY, I don't mean what you learn from the Nintendo Wii. I live in Kansas City, and there are a few teachers, not many. I know the postures, and the breathing, and nose breathing...(And I have a Wiii, and also do it with that.) There are 7 yoga places in Kansas City, but yoga wasn't my primarey goal, but can be successfully used in assisting alot of things, including energy blocks, etc. Simple yoga routines can introduced to help people with focusing, and such.

Should I teach yoga? By the way, I'm 47 years old, I'm a nurse, but I work from home, auditting charts, which I love to do. But I can't wait to get started with intuitive readings and teachings. --Rhonda

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Yoga and the Power of Intuition

Yoga is an invaluable tool for rekindling the link between mind and body. Forging a strong connection between the two is vital for honing a natural sense of foresight. The heightened intuition that results from meditative yoga practices can instill endless positive benefits in a practitioner's life. This informative overview analyzes the profoundly symbiotic relationship between physical flexibility and mental clairvoyance.

A pragmatic feedback mechanism is embedded within human nature, but many modern individuals are oblivious to their intangible sense of intuition; fortunately, it is a skill that anyone can nurture. Developing a keen awareness of one's own physicality can provide expansive insights into the totality of their existence. This advanced cognitive perception is akin to pure enlightenment.

Melding with the universal energetic flow of the cosmos can realign an individual's motions with the world around them. A hasty attitude can compromise the naturally fluid pace of chi's movement, which can foster a series of unnecessary earthly transgressions; in contrast, cerebral stillness can revitalize a spiritual knowledge that can promote refined powers of prediction. Grasping the collective unconsciousness can stave off any surprises, and the ability to cultivate an impeccable sense of oneness is the first characteristic of objective intuition. Empty the brain, so it has room to be filled by the universe.

Clearing the mind eliminates the act of second-guessing, which allows an astute yogi to simply know their internal truth. This dramatic illumination can create a permanent link with seemingly psychic abilities. Although any knowledge of future possibilities may seem mystically supernatural, yoga proves that the paradigms of time and space are subjective ideations of mankind's secular definitions of the world. An intense pose can instigate transcendence of any physical parameters to achieve meditative nirvana. This state of clarity is unique, and it leads to an unflappable mindset intrinsically equipped with an all-knowing wisdom.

Intuition is not unattainable merely because it is non-physical; instead, it is a forgotten facet of everyone's biological manifestation as a human being. Luckily, it no longer has to remain lost in the annals of mankind's religious allegories. In yoga, every deep breath is a step towards prophetic self-understanding. The serene practice can help anyone achieve unfettered depths of spiritual knowledge. By applying grace and calm, every yogi can witness himself or herself becoming a conduit for vast channels of useful information. With gentle patience, any yoga enthusiast can unlock the omniscient mysteries of their sub consciousness.

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