Lessons & Resources

The lessons of Living Unbound are a synthesis of successful methods and teachings of various wisdom traditions, spiritual systems and consciousness science, combined with original teachings and methods from the direct, ongoing experience of the Living Unbound founders.

Level 1 is the Living Level. This level will cover teachings,techniques and resources for those of us who have little or no experience with inner silence, and/or the practices which help to create inner silence.

Level 2 is the Knowing level. This level will cover teachings, techniques and resources for  those of us who have developed a certain  amount of familiarity with inner silence.

Level 3 is the Awareness level. This level will cover teachings, techniques and resources for those of us who have developed the necessary ongoing experience with inner silence and the full range of consciousness (sensory perception through to unitive awareness).

 

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  1. yoga asana | PearltreesApril 27, 2012

    […] Lessons & Resources | Living Unbound The lessons of Living Unbound are a synthesis of successful methods and teachings of various wisdom traditions, spiritual systems and consciousness science, combined with original teachings and methods from the direct, ongoing experience of the Living Unbound founders . Level 1 is the Living Level . This level will cover teachings,techniques and resources for those of us who have little or no experience with inner silence, and/or the practices which help to create inner silence. Level 2 is the Knowing level . Asana – Simbologie archive at Yogasutra La tartaruga è un animale strano e affascinante. Come la chiocciola, è una specie di roulotte vivente, un animale che simbolicamente porta sempre con sé la sua abitazione. La tartaruga è ricchissima di simbologie, la maggior parte positive e qualcuna negativa. La principale simbologia negativa è la lentezza, che però diventa anche la sua forza positiva: […] L’arco è un’arma antichissima, diffusa in quasi tutte le civiltà e continenti, con l’importante eccezione dell’Australia. Bandha Sit on your favourite Asana ( Padma asana , Vajra asana or Sukh asana ) in a well ventilated room free from any distractions. Keep the waist, back, neck and spine erect. For beginners, you can sit on a chair or sit cross legged on the yoga mat/ carpet keeping your back, neck and spine erect. Inhaling and exhaling should be slow and it should not make noise. Keep the breathing exercise easy and enjoy it. Do not tax your body. […]

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