To determine the course and speed of our spiritual progress
Gauging the need for more or less practices, based on intuitive observation as well as trial and error, with comfort and safety being at the forefront of consideration
Relationship To Recovery
- Flips the script on powerlessness and unmanageability by entrusting the aspirant with a tool for empowerment and self-regulation
- Honors two sides of the same coin by addressing the need for both moderation (grounding) and passionate acceleration (transcendence)
- Makes recovery about much more than the absence of substances by introducing a new line of pursuit in the form of yoga, devotion, and personal vision
Lessons on Self-Pacing
What is Your Time Line?
Charging Ahead Too Fast?
Practices, Front End and Back End
Importance of Smooth Long-Term Meditation Routine
Stubborn Energy Blockages
Hitting a Wall at Mulabandha
Self-Pacing in Postures and Practices
Chin Pump Lite (without Kumbhaka)
Overdoing it with Asanas
Extreme Sensitivity To Meditation – What To Do?
Is Pain a Prerequisite for Inner Peace?
Spinal Bastrika Energy, Sleep, and Time of Practice Routine
Spinal bastrika cycle time
Reflections on Some Dramatic Experiences
Kundalini Jolts and Self-Pacing in Practices
Irritability in Activity
Expansion on our Mind
Going for a Smooth Start in Meditation and Pranayama
Balancing Practices with Advancing Experiences
Self-Pacing, Surrender and Enlightenment
Darshan, Shaktipat and the Global Web of Awakening
Bhakti and Self-Pacing
Deep Meditation Reminders
Suggestions for Over-Sensitive Meditators
Tantra and Self-Pacing
How Does Pranayama Awaken Kundalini?
Review on Building a Baseline Practice Routine
Asanas (Postures) and Premature Kundalini Awakening
Less is More
Off to a Good Start with Meditation, but....
Urgent Bhakti and Overdoing
Taking the Leap to Direct Experience