Always something special happening here...

Yin Yoga and Therapeutic Massage

With Rachel Schmidt

Sunday February 16, 2020

 

2:30-4:30pm

$15/Person

Who says Valentine's Day is only for "couples"? Grab your bestie and join us for our Yoga and Therapeutic Massage workshop with Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Yoga Instructor, Rachel Schmidt! All you need is a loved one that you feel comfortable and at ease with to learn all the benefits and fun of practicing yoga together! During this class you will be flowing in and out of Yin Yoga poses that are perfect for receiving massage therapy. We will be working on Head, Neck, Shoulder, Back, and Foot massage. A perfect outing for family, best friends, and all your loved ones. 

Shamanic Healing Circle

With Lisa Marie Whitefeather

of Whitefeather Wisdom

Sunday February 23, 2020

5:00-7:30pm

SPECIAL EVENT!!!
 

Date: Sunday February 23
Time: 5:00-7:30
Spirit offering $20~$30 cash please 😊

Awakening The Divine Feminine & The Divine Masculine.
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Kundalini is such a huge and often misunderstood topic. I will be sharing some of my own personal experiences and discussing the more common signs/symptoms of this awakening & tools to assist the process.

I will also be leading a guided meditation/journey to connect with the Kundalini energies to help clear what needs to be moved, ground these amazing energies, bring in the wisdom/healing and reset your system to the highest vibration your body can integrate at this time. We will be asking the goddesses for anything and everything to help you during what can be very amazing and sometimes turbulent times.

The last hour we will hold the healing circle and then have time to process and ground the energies afterwards.


● No experience necessary.

● Tea, water & light snacks will be provided.

● Event will begin promptly at 5:00

●Please bring a journal and writing utensil if you would like to record your journey. Crystals or anything you'd like to put on the community altar. Also a yoga mat or blanket and pillow for your comfort.

●Email or call with questions whitefeather144@gmail.com or 949 842 4472.

This event will be facilitated by Lisa Marie Whitefeather of Whitefeather Wisdom.

www.whitefeatherwisdom.weebly.com

I look forward to being in sacred circle with you ❤️Blessings.....Lisa
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Kundalini Symptoms, Awakenings & Crisis are different for everyone but there are also many symptoms that are experienced by most
The following are common manifestations of the risen Kundalini:

Muscle twitches, cramps or spasms.

Energy rushes or immense electricity circulating the body.

Itching, vibrating, prickling, tingling, stinging or crawling sensations
Intense heat or cold

Involuntary bodily movements (occur more often during meditation, rest or sleep): jerking, tremors, shaking; feeling an inner force pushing one into postures or moving one's body in unusual ways. (May be misdiagnosed as epilepsy, restless legs syndrome, or PLMD

Alterations in eating and sleeping patterns

Episodes of extreme hyperactivity or, conversely, overwhelming fatigue

Intensified or diminished sexual desires

Headaches, pressures within the skull

Racing heartbeat, pains in the chest

Digestive system problems

Numbness or pain in the limbs (particularly the left foot and leg)

Pains and blockages anywhere; often in the back and neck

Emotional outbursts; rapid mood shifts; seemingly unprovoked or excessive episodes of grief, fear, rage, depression

Spontaneous vocalizations (including laughing and weeping) -- are as unintentional and uncontrollable as hiccoughs

Hearing an inner sound or sounds, classically described as a flute, drum, waterfall, birds singing, bees buzzing but which may also sound like roaring, whooshing, or thunderous noises or like ringing in the ears.

Mental confusion; difficulty concentrating

Altered states of consciousness: heightened awareness; spontaneous trance states; mystical experiences (if the individual's prior belief system is too threatened by these, they can lead to bouts of psychosis or self-grandiosity)

Heat, strange activity, and/or blissful sensations in the head, particularly in the crown area.

Ecstasy, bliss and intervals of tremendous joy, love, peace and compassion

Psychic experiences: extrasensory perception; out-of-body experiences; pastlife memories; astral travel; direct awareness of auras and chakras; contact with spirit guides through inner voices, dreams or visions; healing powers

Increased creativity: new interests in self-expression and spiritual communication through music, art, poetry, etc.

Intensified understanding and sensitivity: insight into one's own essence; deeper understanding of spiritual truths; exquisite awareness of one's environment (including "vibes" from others)

Enlightenment experiences: direct Knowing of a more expansive reality; transcendent awareness


http://www.kundaliniguide.com/what-is-kundalini/

http://www.kundaliniguide.com/10-things-you-can-do-to-help-your-kundalini-process/

Meditation for Beginners Workshop

With Lauren

Saturday February 29, 2020

 

5:30-7:30pm

$15/Person

Set your mindful intentions with our first "Meditation for Beginner's" workshop!

Learn about the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual benefits of a regular meditation practice. Discover multiple methods to see what works for you. Gain valuable insight on creating a sacred space for your practice, along with using oils, candles, and incense, to train your mind to find focus and peace naturally and easily. 

 

Any condition that's caused or worsened by stress can be alleviated through meditation, says cardiologist Herbert Benson, MD, well known for three decades of research into the health effects of meditation. He is the founder of the Mind/Body Institute at Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

"The relaxation response [from meditation] helps decrease metabolism, lowers blood pressure, and improves heart rate, breathing, and brain waves," Benson says. Tension and tightness seep from muscles as the body receives a quiet message to relax.

There's scientific evidence showing how meditation works. In people who are meditating, brain scans called MRI have shown an increase in activity in areas that control metabolism and heart rate. Other studies on Buddhist monks have shown that meditation produces long-lasting changes in the brain activity in areas involved in attention, working memory, learning, and conscious perception.

-WedMD

https://www.webmd.com/balance/features/transcendental-meditation#1

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