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HeartMind - The Way of Natural Yoga: Many articles and references to YOGA as a method and path of reestablishing the natural, creative, and evolutionary life supporting and healing synergistic synchronicity of the body, mind, breath, and spirit. Yoga means to connect together as a wholesome Integrity. That Wholistic context is assumed that this IS THE WAY IT IS in the natural world, i.e., it already innately self exists -- all things are bound together, but rather the human being's mind (and hence his ways) have become programmed (conditioned) and corrupted. Thus yoga is presented not as a an artificial contrivation, but rather as means for us to break up old dysfunctional patterns of mentation and activity, so that we may realize our own true self existing innate nature. By removing the barriers or veil of ignorance -- removing the programming and conditioning (obscuring confusing influences, false identifications., and negative imprints), then self illumination of the open unobscured sky happens by itself, naturally. This way one explores the deepest path of opening up the Heart fully as the only way to go.
Ongwhehonwhe: The Authentic Way of the Real People -- Many articles and references how to embody spirit as love, presenting natural and spontaneous altruism as the authentic response of indigenous people, and what indigenous space and time looks and feels like. This explores the Path of those whose Hearts are open.
Also don't miss Bill Kötke's excellent book, the "Final Empire", integrative masterpiece of ecology, consciousness, agriculture/culture, and politics.
Green/Indigenous Politics- The Politics of Consciousness and the Consciousness of Politics - Many inspired and creative approaches to natural politics as Love on one hand, and how that is juxtaposed to the more pervasive modern insidious diseases of the institutionalization of hatred, fear, prejudice, pride, alienation, paranoia, absence of love, lack of self worth, absence of the sacred, scarcity, avarice, institutionalized strife, competition, violence, war, genocide, murder, slavery, exploitation, abuse, oppression, and suffering which has usurped it. More there will be articles on how that basically alien (alienated and neurotic), abusive, corrupt, and fragmentary cycle of dis-ease can be re mediated back to its natural integrity and wholeness -- of true healing. Here the political and social consequences as a result of interactions between behavior and human consciousness, identifications, and belief systems are identified, quantified, and qualified. This explores the path of how the Heart has become burdened, contracted, hardened, and obscured and what skillful behavior/activities can neutralize, remediate, heal, and turn it around into the Great Beauty way.
Each one of the Rainbowbody portal pages gives birth into even further portal pages emerge for those inspired or graced to so explore the over 50 MB of data so presented.
Other Rainbow Family Related Sites of Interest Below:
The Rainbow Family: The unofficial site of an emerging Global Expression at http://www.welcomehome.org/rainbow/index.html An alternative link is http://www.starsrainbowrideboard.org/welcomehome_mirror/rainbow/ More info on the Annual Rainbow Gatherings at Wikipedia
Rainbow Body Temple Teahouse, Cafe & Cultural Center: Bay Area Events, Books, and Community
The Rainbow Grocery Natural Foods Cooperative - High Quality, Clean Food and Karma, Healthy, Wholesome, and Affordable Nurturance in the SF Bay Area
The Earth Rainbow Network One Planet, One People, One Peace, Merging Spirit with People, Community and Politics.
Further Rainbow Body Links and Events Page Indigenous practices, Yoga, Dzogchen, Body psychotherapy, Chi Gong, Eco-psychology, Deep ecology, Kundalini, Trauma Remediation, Major Events, and More
List of Curent Outside Events Click Here
San Francisco Green Festival !
Programs at California Institute of Integral Studies founded by Haridas Chaudhuri (Originally the California Institute of Asian Studies)
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