Inspiration to help you find your own way
Inspiration to help you find your own way
August Special 40-Day Sadhana Practice
I have learned, through personal experience and my passion for understanding the spiritual roots of physical life, that humans have within them the potential for inner evolution, only through which are they be able to find the happiness and fulfillment they have been seeking externally with little hope.
Consciously or unconsciously, most of us live in constant dissatisfaction. Pleasures are short-lived; people and things imperfect. Our body, which needs to be nourished and protected, is subject to illness, ageing and death. We are constantly lost in a mental world filled with immediate preoccupations with which to deal, while life passes by until the day death raises its head to face us, without our understanding the meaning of our time spent on this Earth, nor what awaits us after the breakdown of our physical bodies.
However, despite what seems like a fragile existence, human beings have within them the potentialities to unravel the mystery of creationand find the ultimate satisfaction they have been seeking in vain.
Very often, I am asked, so how do I go about accessing and developing my Inner Self? Sometimes it emerges out of a need to develop oneself holistically, or a need to balance the inner resources across different areas. Or, sometimes, our various life roles provide an impetus to development of one’s inner presence and dimensions. By whichever means, there is a certain joy when we experience and access our Best Self potentials.
It's not just the 'doing'
but also the quality of our 'being'
that influences our excellence,
flow and fulfillment of our Best Self.
In my late twenty’s I began my yogic journey and learned the value of a 40-day Sadhana practice to initiate powerful changes from within; while at the same time having powerful external changes. Sadhana is simply a daily spiritual practice, designed to allow oneself to turn inward and perceive life from a broader perspective. Back then, I used yogic practices, meditation and journaling to shift attitudes and become more intuitive, prosperous and all together more conscious.
Sadhana encouraged my discipline which led to my commitment to daily spiritual practice.
“Sadhana is a Sanskrit word whose root “sadh” means to reclaim that which is divine within us, our power to heal, serve, rejoice and uplift the spirit.” Maya Tiwari
One of the fundamental premises of my coaching model and work is that everyone is naturally Intuitive, Resourceful, Creative and Whole and has the capacity to develop these inner energy resources. We just access them differently at different points in time. It is good to keep all our inner resources developed to their fullest potential. This will enable us to call upon their strengths when the situation demands.
“In a way, all sadhana is aimed at heightening your energy, your awareness, and your presence.” Sadhguru
The enjoyment of Sadhana (spiritual practice) has been known across the ages as one of the most potent and effective tools for personal mastery and evolution. Sadhana is dedicated practice, done over a period, until one masters what one is practicing, and the mastery naturally flows into all aspects of one’s life. And still one often continues the practice for a life-time, as just doing the practice masterfully gives great joy.
In my personal practice and with clients, I am referring to the Sadhana of Inner Practices and the state of Being. These practices fortify our inner presence and unique natural core strengths. Sustained practices, done over a period, bring out the full radiance of our Inner Presence.
Sadhana is whatever you do consistently to clear your own consciousness, so you can relate to your Inner Presence.
No matter what area of life my clients are looking to change, our work starts with developing a regular spiritual practice to begin taking control of their life energies. It’s a personal, individual, spiritual effort. When they develop a deep sadhana they begin to open the doors of experience in all areas.
I work with my clients to identify what practices best assist them with tuning up their nervous system and attuning themselves to their highest inner self. To cover all the bases, these practices include looking at nutrition, exercise, meditation, prayer, journaling and more.
When you commit to meet your higher Self each morning, your decisions and your life become original, your life will bear the signature of your soul and your radiance will express the meaningful intimacy of the Divine in each moment.
Immerse yourself in the joy of success that comes from starting each day with a powerful sadhana and every challenge will become an opportunity.
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40-Day Sadhana Practice
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