Sankalpa: Our Vow for the New Year

Like a superhero who vows to ‘save the day,’ we are all called upon now to perform our duty of being the best version of ourselves. Rather than creating a New Year’s resolution based on the short-lived fulfillment of our desires, now is the time to create long term goals called ‘sankalpas.’

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Mouna (Silence)

In silence we can hear, we can feel, we can process and we can digest (physically and mentally). During our practice of silence, we accumulate prana, our vital life force. Spend just one day observing how many times you verbally speak something of no importance or as a space filler – I am sure you will be amazed.

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The Five Kleshas: Ego (Asmita)

“The practice of yoga, especially meditation helps to bring us closer to the Self. The difficulty lies within keeping it a consistent practice, but its simplistic nature will reveal itself over time. Firstly, we have to become comfortable with the practice of going inward and having the desire to see ourselves, to see the truth.”

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Vasanas

These subtle impressions lead to a greater change. As one looks at their destiny they realize they do have the willpower and determination to assist themselves to become a greater being of love, compassion and empathy.

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