Sahasrara Chakra: In Practice
The practice that leads us to transcendence and to a connection with the Divine at sahasrara (crown) chakra is meditation, which starts with a comfortable sitting posture. Sandy explains how to sit, how to bring your attention to the inner space of the body through breath awareness, and finally, how to give yourself a mental focus for meditation, such as ajna chakra (the eyebrow center), the touch of the breath in the nostrils, or a mantra.
For over 20 years Sandra Anderson has shared her extensive experience in yoga theory and practice with students from all over the world. A senior faculty member and resident at the Himalayan Institute, her teaching reflects access to the living oral tradition, and the embodied experience of 30 years of dedicated practice. With a background in the natural sciences and interest in classical Sanskrit, along with frequent pilgrimages to India, Sandy has a rare capacity to eloquently convey the... Read more>>