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Going Solo

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Going Solo

by Blair,
Contributing Writer, In5D.com

Going Solo

I sail. I sail solo. I sail alot, right off the beach on my Hobie Cat. It’s a wonderful active meditation, very similar to being on the mat.

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I was inspired to write today about looking within for our answers but with an understanding of what that means. None of us got where we are by ourselves. It is not only our experiences, but also the energy, experience and imagination of all those that touch us along the way that makes us who we are. We are pure energy beings interacting and navigating with other fields of energy that we perceive as real in this plane of existence. I know, bear with me…..

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Sailing is a great way to explain all this. When I am sailing, I am “alone“, traveling very fast between two different fields of energy. I am literally inches away from a vast energy field complete with waves, peaks and valleys that can drastically alter my experience if I am not careful. I am also interacting with another seemingly separate energy through the sailboat that allows me to skip over the top of this denser energy field. It’s all very cool, but either energy field, the ocean or the wind, can completely alter the experience very quickly if I don’t understand the dynamics with and between the 2 fields.

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Do you really think I am doing all of this completely alone? What about the boat? Someone had to first imagine the boat before the energy was used to design and ultimately built it. How did that someone know if the boat they imagined would float or move with the wind? It was the collective experiences and imaginations of all those “somebodies” that came before. Quite literally the experience and imagination of thousands of years of existence travel with me every time I sail. The Greeks, the Romans, even ole Blackbeard himself sit with me on that boat. So for me to say that I am sailing solo does not recognize the truth of our existence. We are all intertwined in an energetic fabric of consciousness that defines us all, both collectively and “individually”.

The mat is no different. Every day that you show up on the mat is the result of energies much larger than your individual self. The routine, the concepts, the lessons, even BKS Iyengar himself are all part of a collective consciousness that you experience at that moment in time. If you will allow yourself to feel it, you will feel the presence of everyone else around you when you are on the mat, even if you are by yourself on the back porch! Why do you think when one person starts to fall in a balancing pose everyone else gets unsteady? It can be no other way. Open your perception to the idea that you are part of a much larger existence than just your physical body. You are a vital part of that existence and the whole is not complete without you!

So, when you are looking for answers to life’s questions, whether it be the meaning of life or where to have lunch, open yourself to your collective consciousness within. Get outside of your “monkey mind” and tap into that which is your true self. Yes, your answers are within. Not within your body, but within your higher self, within the vast flow of energy that makes up who you truly are as a child of the universe.

As I have said before, don’t take my word for it. Put it to the test! For the next 10 days go within and ask your higher self to make all decisions, from what to wear, which restaurant to go to, or important decisions at work. Everything. Let your ego watch what happens, who you might “run into” or how what you thought was a totally unrelated decision turns out to fit perfectly with something else. Just let go and trust that small quiet voice, it really does know what it is doing.

Namaste.

About the author: Blair is the co-owner of Yoga Daily in Mt. Pleasant, SC. He is a certified yoga instructor, recovering lawyer and a spiritual student. The content of this blog is what Blair considers to be universal truths that span all dogma and religion and it is offered to you in Love and Light. Yoga is but one path to the knowing that we are all one. Please take what resonates with you and leave the rest without judgement or offense.

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10 trivia facts about yoga

The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root “yuj,” which means “to yoke” or “to unite.” It refers to the practice of connecting the mind, body, and spirit.

Yoga originated in ancient India over 5,000 years ago and has been practiced ever since.

The father of modern yoga is widely considered to be T. Krishnamacharya, who developed the modern style of Hatha yoga in the early 20th century.

There are many different styles of yoga, including Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Bikram, and Kundalini, among others.

The practice of yoga involves performing physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation to improve health and wellbeing.

The Lotus position, also known as Padmasana, is one of the most recognized yoga poses. It involves sitting cross-legged with the feet placed on opposite thighs.

The practice of yoga is said to have many health benefits, including reducing stress, improving flexibility and balance, and promoting overall wellbeing.

Yoga is not a religion, but it is often associated with spiritual practice and can be practiced by people of all faiths.

The International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually on June 21st, which is also the summer solstice, to promote awareness and encourage the practice of yoga around the world.

The practice of yoga has become increasingly popular in the Western world in recent decades, with millions of people practicing it regularly as a form of exercise and stress relief.

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