This is the sankulpa mudra (hand position). Sankalpa means "wish" and "intention".
This is the practice of joining mind, heart and body to create a resolve that is in alignment with your deepest core. It is the most heartfelt desire within that takes form as one's own dharma, divine life purpose.
Sankalpa is a calling to the highest remembrance of Self and the solid ground from which you fly. .
A seed must first root to blossom, just as the human soul must root to fly. Sankalpa is the internal vow we make to support our highest purpose in life and the creative unfolding of our soul journey to serve the greater whole.
To create a deep, heartfelt intention or sankalpa, sit quietly and reflect:
quiet your mind and ask, what do you most deeply desire?
What is your sankulpa?
Use this intention to inspire your practice, teaching, and the whole of your life!
Mine is to never stop healing and growing into my best Self and helping others overcome their personal obstacles.
"I deeply wish to grow no matter what. The essence of this effort lies in the ability to focus our attention in our hearts without becoming tense or contracted. Whatever words you use, it is not something that you think but rather something that emanates from your heart." ~ Swami Chetanananda
Celebrating the HEART on this pulsating ride called life. Teaching Updates, Themes, Thoughts, and Experiences: on Life, Family, and Yoga. “I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in darkness the astonishing light of your own being.” ― Hafiz of Shiraz
Monday, April 9, 2018
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