Anmol: I am very happy to present this great guest article from Kundalini Yoga teacher and extraordinary spiritual blogger and guide Sharlene Starr. If you would like to be a guest author on Master of Meditation and Yoga, please email me at anmol anmolmehta. The feeling is akin to opening up space inside yourself, and turning the devices once used to hold back energy into energy. It is protective and reactive.
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This page is about Inward Focus - Neutral Mind. What it is and what it means. I consider this article, as having one of the most important pieces of information , that I have ever found. I have looked for this for over 50 years. Looking, for an understanding of what inward gazing is about. What a person first sees within. It always seemed to me, that there should be more than what I saw within. What that 'more' was, I didn't know. I did not get it.
Psychology + Self Improvement In the 21st Century
The unavoidable truth is that life has its inevitable ups and downs. And then — life throws a curveball. And when something bad actually does happen and a new obstacle arises which is inevitable , then that experience becomes that much more shocking and terrible for us. I always try to keep my emotions in check and not let them run wild, both during good times and bad times. As a sports fan, I greatly admire professional athletes who seem to always act grounded and cool-headed regardless if their team just won or loss. To me, it shows a great sign of emotional maturity.
In yoga, when we study the philosophy behind the 4, year old tradition, we find nuggets of wisdom highly applicable to modern life. Many people think yoga is just about stretching however, there's a rich philosophy that can help you conquer your mind. It can mean the difference between starting your own company or staying in a job you feel dissatisfied in. It can be the difference between having lasting relationships or a string of failed attempts. It can mean the difference between severe misery or sustained happiness. Today we are looking at the concept of 'The Neutral Mind.