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Online Yoga & Meditation

From the comfort of your home

MONDAYS 8 PM CET, 7 PM UK TIME & 11 AM PCT, 1 PM LIMA TIME

YOGA IS AN ANCIENT PRACTICE FOR MIND, BODY & SOUL. YOGA MEANS UNION

 

 

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Angel Amita has been teaching yoga & meditation globally since 2001. She has meditated more than twice daily for 25 years and daily practiced classical 8- limbed path of yoga, just as long.

She has been teaching yoga in several countries since 2002.

What do we do in the class?

– Classical yoga poses with deep breathing
– Grounding
– Mantra meditation
– Peace visualizations
 
& more!
You will feel relaxed, energized, clear & inspired afterwards.
The class is also healing !

Give yourself some self care time!
 
Meet smiling participants, massage the glands and muscles with the poses.
You will work with the breath, have more energy, feel more connected, reduce stress, keep a high vibe…. and so much more!
You’re very welcome! 
 
Find your mat and come with a light stomach !
 
Donations according to ability ( recommend 10€ ) to lotusyoga11@gmail.com , via PayPal…. Vipps or to Revolut ( angeladyy7)

Hope to see you!

Email to register:yogaandhealing11@gmail.com
Thank you ! Namaskar ! 

“You are never alone or helpless.The force that guides the stars guides you too.”

Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

Classical Yoga

For All Relaxing and energizing  Unique yoga with guided meditation and grounding

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Yoga means union- union with all life- union between your mind, body and soul.

YOGA & MEDITATION HEALS YOUR SOUL, HEALS THE WORLD!

amazing soul based class

YOGA & MEDITATION FOR BALANCE & INNER PEACE

How to prepare for class?
  • Please make sure you can be alone and undisturbed
  • Make sure there us no draft and that you have a comfortable room temperature
  • Come with a light stomach
  • Wear comfortable clothes
  • Ideally drink water before class!
  • Have a book & pen ready for notes
  • You may set an intention before the class <3
  • Please be on time

The classes usually lasts about 1 hour & 20 mins

How do we meet?

Via the App Jitsi Meet. Download it for free!

HOW TO REGISTER?

 Email: sacredjourneysnow@gmail.com

WhatsApp Signal & Telegram

+ 51928877757

Energy trade:

 By donation via paypal or Vipps ( Norway )

Recommended donation— 10 € and up <3

Thank you so much.

Looking forward to sharing with you!

Love & Blessings,

Angel Amita

YOGA& MEDITATION, FOR CLARITY, ENERGY AND HEALTH

What Is The Meaning of Namaskar?

Both namaskar and namaste are Indian ways of greeting people and showing respect. When saying namaskar and namaste, it is accompanied by holding the palms upright in front of the chest. In Western style, people greet each other by saying “hello” and shaking the hands.

The two words have been derived from Sanskrit and have a deep meaning in Indian culture and tradition. Most of the English dictionaries refer to these words as synonyms. So is there actually any difference between the two?

Both namaste and namaskar have the Sanskrit root word “namah”, which means “salute or bow.” Namaste is the derivation of the words “namah” and “te.” The word “te” means “to you.” As such, namaste means “I salute or bow to you with respect.” “Namaskar” is the combination of words “namah and “kar.” The word “kar,” which has been derived from the verb “kri” means “to do.” As such, “namaskar” means, “I do the act of saluting or bowing with respect.”

In namaskar, the object is the Supreme Consciousness that lies within a person. So when people say “namaskar” when greeting others, it is not that they are greeting a fellow human being but referring to the oneness within.

 

The meaning of Namaskar

“Namaskar” means “I salute the Divinity within you with all my mind and all my heart.”

Bábá Nám Kevalam

Bábá means “beloved”. It refers to your deepest self: the Supreme Self, the source of infinite peace and happiness. Nám means “name” or “to identify with”, and Kevalam means “only”. So Bábá Nám Kevalam means “Only my Beloved”. Think of the meaning as you’re repeating it, and feel the infinite peace and happiness all around you and within you. Continue for as long as you like, then open your eyes.