I’ve been doing yoga since 2001. At that time i was living in hamburg, germany, and went to a session of Kundalini Yoga suggested to me by a friend. Since then, doing yoga has been the best way i found to calm down, and most of all, to get back to what i could call my real essence – getting a clear perspective on what’s important, i mean really important, on the long run, and clearly see what is the essence of what i want.

There are many different kind of yoga, and meditation practices. I think there’s something for each kind of people – each of us has to try what feels good to try, usually a strong gut feeling will show you what’s best for you (meaning, my kind of practice will maybe not fit you!).

As a curious person, i do love exploring these new fields – different practices of yoga and meditation – not in a naive way, but more as a way to open my mind and find my own way to connect body and soul with nature and creativity, something our culture has in my opinion failed to teach us. Go, explore!

05232007331.jpgKundalini yoga beginner's book

Ressources :
Creative Visualisation by Shakti Gawain
Kundalini Yoga by Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa
David Lynch, Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity.

Author: m-c

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  1. This is a great post MC.

    As someone who has always enjoyed examining the mind-body connection, it is so exciting to see the links that yoga and meditation has upon the creative process.

    Did you like the David Lynch book?

    I’m on vacation soon- Let’s meet up.. finally at last!!!

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  2. yes i’ve read the david lynch book – a nice inspiration, lot of info on his meditation techniquesand the relation to creativity and intuition.

    see you at creacamp!

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