Chakrasana or Urdva Dhanurasana the wheel pose. Wheel, the all chakra pose opens heart and is an amazing opening for the entire spine. I feel incomplete without this pose in my daily practice. As in Sivananda style practice, I add Chakrasana after my shoulder stand sequence. In the pose, I stay for 15 breaths and like to stretch out my legs up towards to the sky. I usually do 3 rounds of this pose with constructive rest in between. Such a strong, humbling yet empowering pose.
“How long is forever? Sometimes just one second.” — Lewis Carroll
Time is what we make out of it. We have one life in this body, so live it well that every second is like forever.
I practice daily 90 minutes and it’s my grounding, my centering, my prayer and my mediation. Just moving with my breath, releasing anything that does not serve me and allowing myself o surrender to the very present moment. I channel my inspiration for my practice from my surrounding environment by feeling, sensing, observing what’s around me. Prana, breath is such of an inspiration, just observing what goes on in body during each breath.
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