Job Requirements

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1) Indian male yoga Instructor
2) Can perform advance level asanas
3) Good English
4) Creative:
5) Teaching experience not required
Salary: Negotiable
Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru devo Maheshwara,
Guru sakshat, param Brahma, tasmai shri guravay namah
Our creation is that guru (Brahma-the force of creation); the duration of our
lives is that guru (Vishnu-the force of preservation); our trials, tribulations,
illnesses, calamities and the death of the body is that guru (devo Maheshwara-th
e force of
destruction or transformation). There is a guru nearby (Guru Sakshat) and a guru
that is beyond
the beyond (param Brahma). I make my offering (tasmai) to the beautiful (shri)
remover of my darkness, my ignorance; (Guru) it is to you I bow and lay down my
life (namah).
Let your body settle into a posture that is relaxed and at ease.
If you are sitting, try to keep your back and neck upright.
If your body is very distressed, lie down comfortably on your back
with a commitment to being fully awake and present.
Let your eyes close gently.
For a few moments just be aware of your entire body.
Consciously soften any areas of tightness or tension.
Move a gentle, curious attention slowly over your face, jaw, shoulders, and hand
s, allowing them to soften and relax.
Be aware of all the places your body contacts the
floor, cushion, or chair, sensing the warmth or
subtle pressure within those places of contact.
Expand your attention, becoming aware of your entire
body resting in as much ease as possible. Bring a wholehearted
attention to your body. Sense the touch of the air on your skin
and the touch of your clothes on your body. Let your awareness
include your heart beating and the rising and falling of your
chest and abdomen with your breathing. Sense too the multitude of
different sensations happening within your body tingling, warmth,
movement, pleasant and unpleasant sensations...
Within the range of the different experiences, notice which sensations
are most predominant, which area of your body stands out through the
intensity of the sensation. This is the area asking for your attention.
Focus as fully as possible on that area of your body, tracing the edges
of the discomfort with your attention, as if you were tracing the edges
of a feature on a map.
Connect very directly with the sensations. Try to stay closely connected
with the actual experience of the sensations in your body.

noticing the sensations that are pleasant or neutral. how the sensations may be changing in texture or arising a nd passing. aversive. You are learning to visit pain. or fearful. but always giving yourself permission to leave it. Rest in that spacious awareness for some moments before opening your eyes and sl owly coming out . Notice the sensations present in your hands. Bring your attention back into the map and focus your attention very directly on where the sensations are most acute. Rest and focus your attention there once more. or stabbing. "What is this?" If you notice that your attention begins to become tight. but being simply willing to explore the truth of that sensation. pressure. Notice that there may be points of intensity surrounded by areas of tension or discomfort. Ask. whether tight. Whenever your attention becomes tight or aversive as you focus on areas of acute sensation. or movement. There may be a number of these points. End your meditation by returning once more to an awareness of your whole body. alert to the spectrum of sensation that comprises the life of your body. Let your attention rest in those areas for some moments. Then return again to the points of pain within the map. all the parts of your body that are not in the map of pain. not demanding that the pain disappear. Move your attention into the center of the pain and notice its texture. Be patient with the exploration. it is a clue to go outside the map of pain once more to focus on an area of your body that is relaxed and at ease. Carefully move your attention from one to another. gently exploring each one. the soles of your feet. aching.Notice where the edges of the pain or discomfort fade on the edges of the map and where different sensations are present. sensations of warmth. piercing. again move it to a part of your body that is outside the map of pain. explore it. see it as it is. Notice what changes may be happening within those points of discomfort. renewing your calmness and balanc e.