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The Art Inside You

The world needs our creativity, compassion, and intuitive intelligence. Today it is essential that we sense the interconnectedness of our world. Whatever happens to any one of us — human, animal plant, or ecosystem — happens to all of us. This sense of connection requires a departure from the individualist, introverted, and competitive approach often found in the modern practice of yoga. We need to move away from seeing yoga as gymnastics and return to seeing it as a way of compassion, community, and awareness.The simplest way to return to this ancient awareness is to literally draw what we experience, just as ancient yogis did. Of course, this process goes both ways. As a lifelong artist and Kundalini yoga practitioner, I have found that yoga provides an ongoing awakening of creativity essential to my art practice.The following series of movements — adapted from my new book, Art & Yoga: Kundalini Awakening in Everyday Life — helps to cultivate awareness and to translate sensations and feelings into your unique visual language. This practice calms, heals, and brings insight. It is especially helpful …

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