Awareness (Chit / Chitta)
If we want to live a more fulfilling life, we need to WAKE UP! Escaping the stimulus-response conditioning of our society, letting go of our unmet demands and expectation of others, and becoming aware of our limiting beliefs requires a willingness to look within for the answer. Freedom and liberation from these and other failing “emotional programs for happiness” is only possible when we are courageous enough to be honest with ourselves. Silent Savasana provides a transcendent atmosphere and a safe environment where the practitioner can discover what separates them from the life they seek.
Self Realization (Dhi)
The ultimate goal of the Silent Savasana Yoga program is self-realization—which occurs when consciousness is turned inward and is united with the True Self rather than the ego. This is a powerful, internal experience which integrates our body and minds with Infinite Energy. Silent Savasana facilitates this process by helping people recognize inner conflict, minimize negative impulses and thoughts, and become conscious of their True Selves to experience a deeper sense of awareness, compassion and love.
The common denominator of mind, body, and spirit is energy—our life force. When we treat these parts of ourselves as separate and distinct, it impedes the flow of energy and takes us out of alignment. Silent Savasana helps us defragment and realign these three aspects of ourselves to maximize the power within us. When this happens, we feel relaxed, yet more alert and receptive to positive energy. We become more efficient and don’t tire so easily. When we learn to live in harmony with ourselves, others, and the Universe, we are much more able and ready to connect with our life’s purpose.
The discovery of our True Selves is probably the most important journey we could take. Because it helps us set meaningful goals which foster a sense of purpose (Dharma) over the span of our lives. Many people believe that Dharma arises from our special gifts—but that’s only partly true. It also grows from our connection to others, which is why a crisis of purpose is often a symptom of isolation. At Silent Savasana, you’ll find a community of people traveling along with you, hoping to reach the same destination—a life filled with love, purpose and true fulfillment.