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Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche • 8 months ago   149     55  •  2.7K Views

The Breath of Life: Health Benefits of Breath Control in Yoga & Meditation

Pranayama, or the ancient practice of breath control in yoga and other meditative traditions, plays a crucial role in linking body and mind. Modern research also suggests that certain breathing techniques can promote physical wellbeing, and perhaps even aid in preventing and managing lung ailments such as those associated with COVID-19. The fifth in a series of 2021 Science & Spirituality Dialogs on wellness of body, breath, and mind, this online broadcast is part of a free yearlong online program.

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Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

• (Chat Host) A live online discussion with Ruth Wolever, Richard Rosen, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal, and host Alejandro Chaoul-Reich
Pranayama, or the ancient practice of breath control in yoga and other meditative traditions, plays a crucial role in linking body and mind. Modern research also suggests that certain breathing techniques can promote physical wellbeing, and perhaps even aid in preventing and managing lung ailments such as those associated with COVID-19. The fifth in a series of 2021 Science & Spirituality Dialogs on wellness of body, breath, and mind, this online broadcast is part of a free yearlong online program.

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

(Chat Host) Ruth Q. Wolever, PhD, NBC-HWC, is a professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She serves as the director of Vanderbilt Health Coaching, as well as the interim director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Vanderbilt, which specializes in the integrative treatment of chronic pain. Ruth has a secondary appointment at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing and an adjunct associate professorship at Meharry Medical College. Ruth is also the chief science officer for eMindful, Inc., and a founding member and former inaugural president of the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching. A clinical health psychologist and nationally board-certified health and wellness coach (NBC-HWC), Ruth is particularly interested in the intersection of mindfulness, patient empowerment, and inter-professional training in serving patients with chronic conditions.

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

(Chat Host) Richard Rosen began his practice of yoga in 1980 at the Yoga Room, Berkeley, Calif. Two years later he started a two-year teacher training course at the B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Institute in San Francisco, from which he graduated in 1983. In 1987, with his good friend Rodney Yee he opened the Piedmont Yoga Studio in Oakland, Calif., which operated until 2012. Richard has written numerous articles and reviews for national yoga magazines. He is the author of five books (four published by Shambhala), including The Yoga of Breath: A Step-by-Step Guide to Pranayama (2002), Pranayama Beyond the Fundamentals (2006), Original Yoga: Rediscovering Traditional Practices of Hatha Yoga (2012) — based on the 17-century Gheranda Samhita (Gheranda’s Compilation) — and Yoga FAQ: Almost Everything You Need to Know about Yoga—from Asanas to Yamas (2017). His fifth book, Yoga by the Numbers, is due out in spring 2022. Richard lives in a 115-year-old bungalow in beautiful Berkeley, Calif.

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

(Chat Host) About the SA LE Ö Mantra
In many of his CyberSangha broadcasts, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche sings and/or plays a recording of a mantra commonly known as the SA LÉ Ö mantra, or the Mantra of Clear Light. The mantra is:
A OM HUNG A A KAR SA LE Ö A YANG OM DU
The SA LÉ Ö mantra is one of the Three Heart Mantras (Essence Mantras) of Bon, and is specifically related to the dzogchen view. Each of its syllables has a particular meaning and energetic resonance. Ultimately, the mantra evokes the essence of one’s own mind. Reciting it is recommended for meditation practitioners who need support in recognizing the true nature of their mind.

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

(Chat Host) Thursday, June 24, 2021, 10 a.m. New York time: 24-Hour Full Moon Practice, “Finding Peace through Spaciousness of the Mind”

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

• (Chat Host) Welcome everyone! Hi to TWR and all the Cyber Sangha! I will be your chat host today and will provide a bit of extra information. Enjoy!!!

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

• (Chat Host) Todays broadcast is: “The Breath of Life: Health Benefits of Breath Control in Yoga & Meditation”

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

(Chat Host) Book by Ruth Wolever: https://www.amazon.com/-/es/gp/product/B00LD1S2VE/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0

Mariela Iragorri
Mariela Iragorri8 months ago

(Chat Host) SA LE Ö Mantra on You Tube: https://youtu.be/YZwPC4HSoTM

Dóris M. Fabiano
Dóris M. Fabiano8 months ago

I am impressed with the power of the exercises that are available on the Ligmincha.learning website. They are considered easy exercises for beginners, but their effects are profound and address the basis of our imbalances. Thank you for posting the videos and lessons on the website and for being able to access these teachings and practices that make a difference in our lives.