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David Harshada Wagner

Meditation

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David Harshada Wagner

Meditation

David has been teaching meditation and self-empowerment to people all over the world in all kinds of venues since 1994. Classically trained in the Indian wisdom traditions of Yoga, Bhakti, Vedanta, and Tantric Shaivism, his teachings come from his decades of personal transformation and his experience serving others to find their authentic path to deep happiness.

David serves on the faculties of Kripalu, and Omega Institutes, and travels widely working with people from all walks of life. His teaching style is bold, dynamic, and unique, approachable to students from all walks of life. Most recently, David has taken on the mission of serving the transformational needs of men. He is the author of BACKBONE the Modern Man's Ultimate Guide to Purpose Passion and Power. David currently splits his time between his home in Ojai, California and New York City.

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Bring yourself into total presence with this enlightening practice. Using a mala, delve deep within and meditate on four rounds of a twenty-seven count breathing method. First, practice ujjayi centering breaths, to feel the freedom and expansiveness of your inhalations. Move on to releasing breaths, to expel emotional energy or stress. Third, practice gratitude breaths and conclude with blessing breaths. Come back to this powerful meditation often and make it your own. Props Needed: A mala. Props Suggested: A blanket and a bolster.
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This meditation uses a soothing energy combined with breath to give a nourishing, calming effect. Visualize the moving energy of your breath to be like a kind, gentle hand stroking over your heart. Find a comfortable seated position, sitting on a pillow, bolster or blanket, if accessible. Turn your focus inward, release your mind and hone in on your inhalations and exhalations. Short and sweet, a great class to incorporate into your daily routine.
Practice Focus: Breath
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Learn about kumbhaka, the pause between the inhale and the exhale, the practice of retaining the breath to find the space between. Use this guided practice to help find this space between your breaths (kumbhaka). Start in a comfortable seated position, sitting on a blanket, pillow, bolster or whatever you may have available. Practice retaining your inhalations to help create a change in your mental and emotional states. Props Needed: A blanket or a bolster to sit on.
Practice Focus: Breath
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