On prioritizing the behaviors that lead to awakening. On the kindnesses, and the softening. On breathing as physiological healing.
Practicing yoga since 1987, Eddie Stern has been training teachers since 1988. He is the author of One Simple Thing, one of the most important modern books on yoga, and he’s a personal hero of mine.
One simple thing. Overcoming the divided self. Our untapped potential.
Hierarchies in yoga. The unknown. Yoga is a practice of knowing who you are. Listening so we know what to do.
Reading Siddhartha at 15. Who am I? What am I doing here? What do I do next? Self-referral.
Being established in your awareness.
Listening and prioritizing.
Eight limbs of yoga as responsibilities. Spontaneous behavior of an awakened person.
Distracted mind is not a bad thing.
The energy that is watching.
Reorganization of the brain and yoga poses.
Eddie’s daily practice.
Breath as the easiest way to move inwards. Resonance Breathing. Nostril Breathing.
The Breathing App
Strengthening and balancing the nervous system.
It is actually hard to be kind and peaceful. Why we need these practices.
The Vagus Nerve and heart health/ inflammation/ emotion.
Vagal Tone, the smooth flow of current to/from the brain and gut.
Dr Stephen Porges
Physiological basis for transcendence. Posture, Breathing, Vocalization and Behaviour.
What Prayer means to Eddie. Invitation.