Meditation Monday #44 – How to Meditate: The 5 Koshas (Anandamaya)

We are at the deepest or most subtle layer of your Koshas as we enter our final post on this topic (for now). The Anandamaya layer is often called the blissful layer or sheath; however, the bliss doesn't necessarily mean a feeling of happiness, but rather a feeling of wholeness. This is sometimes referred to …

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Meditation Monday #43 – How to Meditate: The 5 Koshas (Vijnanamaya)

Who am I? What is my purpose? These are two of the questions that Pacheco's book addresses when it comes to the Vijnanamaya layer of the 5 Koshas. The Jnana path of yoga is the path of knowledge and that makes sense as the Vijnanamaya layer is the intellectual layer. In the practice of Jnana …

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Meditation Monday #36 – How to Meditate: The Four Aims of Life (Moksha)

It's Monday again and it's raining. Raining because it's spring and spring flowers need rain. Raining because it's April and April showers bring May flowers. Raining because it was very dry and my rain barrels were empty. Raining and spring bring about changes and I have a lot of them to write about.....but I'm saving …

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Meditation Monday #35 – How to Meditate: The Four Aims of Life (Kama)

It's Easter Monday....for some of us.....and it's always bittersweet in my mind. The joy of the holiday still resonates with me: time spent with my children, good food with family and friends, and beautiful weather. However, it's over and now it's back to daily life. Today was my son's first day back from Spring Break …

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