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What I miss most of NYC since leaving and traveling through armpits of world culture terminating at DC-metro is kundalini tuition. I'd never felt so healthful as during weekly sessions at the Open Center. I cannot now describe the feeling then and fear now, if I tried, to romanticize.

All I am willing to say is I learned to breath. I practiced breathing. And I moved through the world as if air. (Which I've been told is very sexy.)

No one here leads kundalini. Not for $5/hr anyway.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Fri Jan 29th, 2010 at 05:37:25 PM EST
Mmmm, just a curious question: "Are you doing these breathing techniques at home? And if not, why not?" I am sure if you took lessons, you know how to do bastrika or breath of fire and can do it for yourself every morning. :-) I mean you now have an ingredient that makes the pranayama even more effectiv, good air. :-)
by Fran on Sat Jan 30th, 2010 at 01:12:33 AM EST
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