Strike a (Dream) Pose

The Yoga of Dreams

In Yoga, postures are physical poses that we practice for improved health and over all well-being.

Dreamwork, too is a practice to help us improve our health and well being. Bringing conscious awareness to our dreams means paying attention to how we go to sleep, what we dream, how we wake up, and how we respond to our dreams in our waking lives.

Posture refers not only to how we carry our body, but the word posture also refers to a spiritual attitude. In that sense, conscious dreaming is also about posture—in the sense that it’s about the position we take toward sleep and dreaming. In particular, it is a mindful approach to entering dreams in order to align with our true self and our divine aspirations.

In dreamwork we pay attention to our dreams to further our commitment to self-study and self-reflection. As a result we develop more mental flexibility, clarity, and ease.

What is your current posture—or attitude—toward your dreams? Do you believe your dreams can assist your spiritual development? Can you stretch your mind to have a more open and nonjudgmental attitude toward dreams and dreaming?

Learn more about how to develop A Mindful & Yogic way to sleep, dream, and live better at these upcoming workshops:

Weds. July 22, 6:30 p.m. at VegaYoga in Holyoke, Mass.

and November 12-15 at Sivananda Ashram and Yoga Retreat in the Bahamas.

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  1. Reblogged this on All the Snooze That's Fit to Print and commented:

    To learn more about the Yoga of Dreams join me Weds. July 22, 6:30 p.m. for a workshop in Holyoke, Mass. (See post for details!)

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