I don't think anyone would disagree that the world needs more loving-kindness. This week, take part in the ancient tradition of Ahimsa, or non-violence, from Pantanjali's Yoga Sutras. Discover how harmful thoughts are considered to be as violent as physical violence. This is part of a collection of meditation series focused on sending more peace and love into the world. Join us in part 1 of this week's Loving Kindness series. You'll be guided to release negative, harmful thoughts and replace your thoughts with loving-kindness. This is part 1 of a 7-part Loving Kindness meditation series episodes 2096-2102. THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE: Every day, consciously send loving kindness to yourself, others, and the world. THIS WEEK'S MEDITATION TECHNIQUES: Affirmation - "I send loving-kindness to those around me.." Breathing - Inhale: Send out loving-kindness. Exhale: Release negative thoughts. Mudra - Brahma Mudra Chakra - 3rd - at abdomen - inner passion, zest for life Herb - Passionflower - calms the heart Yoga Asana - Setu Bandha Sarvangasana - Bridge Pose
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