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Lions Roar : July 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2009 54 Spontaneous movement meditation can be used as preparation for any form of meditation practice. Start by standing with your feet hip-distance apart or in a seated posture. Connect to the energy that permeates you by, if sitting, rocking your pelvis slowly forward and back, or, if standing, lifting your arms so that they rise with the in- hale and lower with the exhale. As you bring this pulse of movement into your body, allow the current of breath to flow spontaneously in any direction. Simply enjoy how this current of awareness flows and knows exactly where to go to unwind the kinks and dullness of the body-mind. Complete this meditation by bringing your hands to- gether in a mudra, or sacred hand gesture, to honor the primordial force of creative consciousness within you. Shiva Rea Movement Yoga Yoga for Meditators Four yoga teachers offer asanas to prepare your body and mind for meditation. You can do just one of these poses before starting your meditation practice or all four in sequence. photoCouRteSYoFACACiACAtAlog.CoM