Mastery provides a metaphysical paradigm that dissolves the fear of change, the unease of the unknown and the dread of moving towards an undefined future.
Mastery allows you to take a look at yourself from a fresh perspective and enables you to dissolve those things that no longer serve you.
You learn that your thoughts are limiting you, robbing you of energy that can be put to other uses. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a still, peaceful mind?
Mastery will train you to become aware of what you think, say and do so that you can learn to manage the three and thereby manage your energy.
You will start to discover the beliefs that liberate and the ones that limit you.
Living Mastery acknowledges the most important level of development: the foundation. Its aim is to guide students along a journey of self-realisation from Unconscious Creation (where most people are at) to Conscious Creation. To begin with, students are exposed to numerous topics, which reveal the patterns, habits and default programs of everyday thinking and their outcomes. Awareness is the key to all of life's issues and Living Mastery brings a vast storehouse of understanding and awareness for each student.
The primary premise is that the Conscious Mind is like a garden. The teacher is the master gardener of the different layers of layers of the mind. Deep within the every garden lies richness and decay, which determine the basic health of the garden. Living Mastery is the optimum environment to apply various techniques, exercises and processes, and instruct students in weeding, preparation, seeding and general care of their individual gardens so they can become their own master gardener. In a nutshell . . . but it goes deeper than that.
These courses are run over a number of weeks and usually at a comfortable venue chosen by the teacher. Students are encouraged to participate at every session, as the format of the workshop builds momentum and energy each week facilitating rapid change and development. As the epiphanies begin to take place and the students feel more positive about themselves, some of the deeper knowledge is revealed, leading to self sustainable internal transformation. If one is open and willing the changes can continue after the course has ended.
A number of useful techniques, exercises and meditations are a part of the Living Mastery Journey. They are designed to reveal patterns and assist students in identifying which thoughts and emotions are draining their energy. They then can take steps to reclaim that energy. The more energy they free up the more elegantly they can create the life they want. When they eliminate what no longer serves them they can create a space for something. magnificent. Life was not supposed to be this difficult. It can be so much more, if you have the tools and the willingness.
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An introduction into Living Mastery
The EAofY© (abbrev.) has been hosted in over 90 yoga venues around the world. From Hot and Hatha studios to private groups, yoga teachers, yogis, body workers, massage therapists and healers alike.
Having been mentored by a Tibetan Master and one of his advanced students, Paul and later Jaylee, learnt healing processes to intuit and empathically scan the body's energies. Paul himself, has been using this system for over 30 years and is proficient in his ability to see what cannot be seen.
This a rare and unique opportunity to become aware of the subtle layers of the body during any yoga practise. From aches and pains to energy balancing and alignment - every manifestation has a story to tell. We know how to read the body's story!
Run over 8 hours - one or two day - we share volumes of knowledge and share stories about the tale of the body. We have been hosted in many different locations globally. Students can dress casually . . . until the MASTER CLASS!
Paul Balch runs a 2 hour action packed, high intensity class that leaves even the most experienced humbled. Don't be fooled! He has the ability to bring in the energetic components and new realisations using sacred techniques, bringing out the best of the best on the mat.
Jaylee and Paul created their book for students to take home, so that they could keep using the information in their daily practise. Jaylee created the YogiDeck© system of cards for students. Each deck allows the yogi to draw a card for the day and shows the energetic considerations.
"According to Paul and Jaylee, the unexpressed emotions - whether it be anger, sadness, love or shame - become trapped within the body. Given the chakra system, which according to the yoga philosophy consists of spinning wheels of energy residing in various centres of the body, these trapped emotions will settle into various body parts suitable to the interactions of the energetics of the chakras to which the emotions connect. Consequently, you can use your yoga practice as an interface between your mind and body. As the body parts are flexed, twisted, compressed, and stretched, the emotional components released will manifest themselves. If you tap into these emerging patterns, you begin the dialogue between your mind and body. You can therefore use your Bikram yoga practice as a means to emotional healing. You may even more proactively set intentions towards this healing through your yoga. Given the limited scope of this article relative to the extensive amount of information covered by Paul and Jaylee in a full-day seminar, an attempt to summarize their vast captivating presentation may be futile and may do it disservice. It’s best to get a glimpse by illustrating with one example."
- An Independent Review by an Undisclosed Source -
"The start of the series, pranayama breathing, provides an appropriate instance. On the surface, it clearly exercises the respiratory, circulatory, and nervous systems. But beyond the obvious, given its emphasis on the neck, shoulders, and chest (which connect with the fourth and fifth chakras), subtle interactions of the fourth and fifth--the heart and throat-- chakras result in its effect on emotional energetics associated with these chakras. The neck is a body part vital in its association with decision-making, as is exemplified by the expression “sticking one’s neck out” for a cause. By exercising the neck, you therefore begin the yoga sequence with moving forward, not holding back with indecision. The shoulders are an expression towards the surrounding environment and external obligations, as noted in the phrase “carrying a burden on one’s shoulders”.
Thus, you commence the series by releasing said obligations and focusing on yourself. The heart relates with matters of intimacy and love; hence, according to Paul and Jaylee’s interpretation, the breathing helps with delivery of “unexpressed emotions towards intimate ones and fear of being oneself”. To more specifically apply these concepts, as a case in point, perhaps experiencing neck pain would convey the likelihood of indecision with regards to a particular choice in life."
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