Are you moving towards inner peace? Check out this list from Andrea Kwiatkowski and find out how your journey is progressing.
Sattva Guna is one of 3 gunas or qualities of mind. Sattva Guna is concerned with light, goodness and peace and it is a state of mind that is worth cultivating because it brings peace and balance.
If you have been practicing yoga or meditation, you may find you have 3 or more of these symptoms. This is a sign that your practice is working and indeed you are too advanced to return to your former self.
- A tendancy to think/act spontaneously than from fear
- An unmistakeable ability to enjoy each moment
- Loss of interest in judging others
- Loss of interest in judging yourself
- Loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others
- Loss of interest in conflict
- Loss of ability to worry
- Frequent overwhelming episodes of appreciation
- Feeling connected with others and nature
- Frequent attacks of smiling for no apparent reason at all
- Increased tendancy to let things happen
- Increased susceptibility to giving and receiving love
Wherever you are, meditation is a great way to continue your journey towards inner peace. We recommend this class with Andrea Kwiatkowski. It’s a beautiful and approachable meditation class reminding us not to sweat the small stuff. If you’re not a beginner meditator, or you’re brand new to sitting and contemplating, this class is for you.
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This post was shared by Andrea Kwiatkowski, an Advanced Jivamukti certified teacher. She also teaches Yin yoga and Restorative yoga. Andrea is known for her deep philosophical message in her class, interweaving the teachings from the scriptures and making them practical for everyday living. She lives and teaches in Cambridge and runs retreats and workshops in the UK and abroad.
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