Repost from @theglowcoach ✨HOW I’VE HEALED SO FAR✨⠀
For 5 years I suffered with no answers from the medical community as to why I was chronically fatigued, inflamed and in constant pain.⠀
For years I sought answers from doctors, but despite their best efforts, no one could help.⠀
Finally, I was led to Anthony William’s first book, Medical Medium, and felt instantly that I’d connected to the information that would save my life.⠀
For the first time, I had validation that my intuition was right. I’d known my problem was viral, but doctors had brushed me off, saying the markers in my blood were from a past infection.⠀
Still, I couldn’t shake the sense that there was an invader poisoning my system, so it was a relief to discover via Anthony that this was absolutely the case! ⠀
Since then, I’ve received more validation in the form of symptoms and conditions miraculously healing:⠀
* Chronic Urticaria (hives)⠀
* Histamine Intolerance⠀
* Severe Chronic Constipation⠀
* Brain Fog⠀
* Hypothyroidism ⠀
* Chronic Sore Throat & trouble swallowing⠀
* Severe ovulation pain⠀
* Poor sleep ⠀
* Restless legs⠀
* Nausea & mystery hunger⠀
* Anxiety ⠀
* Depression ⠀
* Sensitive teeth⠀
* Low iron⠀
Plus, I’m 100% prescription and over-the-counter drug-free for the first time in 15 years! ⠀
AND my severe chronic pain from endometriosis is 70% better. I know it’s only a matter of time before it’s fully healed. ⠀
The fatigue is still healing and it fluctuates with the amount of cleansing I do each week, but it’s improved. My symptom tracker shows that my energy levels have an upward trajectory, which is so heartening.⠀
I know many of you are also on this journey seeking answers. Well, the answer is, follow the advice in the @medicalmedium books, blog and podcast. If you follow it consistently, you’ll get there!😄 ⠀
Anthony, I have so much love and compassion for you and am so grateful to you and Spirit for all you do for us. Thank you for saving my life and giving me hope for a future free of illness.🙏🏽💕
Modern yoga is obsessed with asana as a form to perform, which has led astray from the ancient intention behind the postures.
Other practices are studied in modern yoga, but asana eclipses them all. Many critics have lamented this fact. In the spectrum of classical practice, they say, asana is merely a support. The purpose is to prepare the body for seated meditation, and the practice is empty when undertaken by itself.
Meditation, to be sure, is the yogic practice par excellence: without it, there can be no yoga. As Swatmarama writes in the Hathapradipika - “people who practice asana without knowledge of meditation are simply wasting their time”
In light of the relative indifference in modern yoga toward the formal practice of meditation, the critics seem to have a point.
What they fail to appreciate, however, is that asana can be so much more than a supplementary practice. It can be so much more than a method of cultivating the sitting posture. When undertaken with focus, and with the proper balance of openness and internal support, it can be a moving meditation within itself.
Though yoga is often equated with stillness, movement is essential to this practice, for it compels prana to clear out the sediment of our mental conditioning.
It helps disabuse us of the illusion that we are bound to the egocentric idea that our minds project. In other words, it encourages us to see through the egocentric illusion of our separateness from other beings.
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