Imagine sailing a boat with a course set for a lifetime. If that route changes by just one navigational degree, what would happen to the journey? How far from the original trajectory would we be in one year? Five years? Ten years? Twenty years? Well, we would end up in a totally different place. In much the same way, we can change the course of our life by making a one degree shift. In other words, we don’t have to change everything about ourselves or our world to make a difference.
Coby inspires readers to dig deep, to ask powerful questions and to dive into the insights, experiments, and inquiries of living yoga: how can I best be with life? How can the teachings of yoga direct us to see the most aligned choices, let go of past hurts, and discover deep and meaningful connections? And what are the most skillful ways we can learn to savor all that life presents? These yoga philosophies are infused with practical strategies for creating the life you truly want and having a positive impact on the world.
One Degree Revolution will guide readers to:
-access infinite personal possibilities
-celebrate their authentic selves and start listening to their calling
-find meaning and purpose
-learn to let go and trust the unfolding of life
-value taking a pause and making a fresh start when needed
-challenge long-held beliefs and foster transformational change
-get comfortable with being uncomfortable, and
-develop their community
One degree at a time.
This is, in fact, the end of yoga as such. And the beginning of application of the consciousness in its new quality – developed and controlled by the self-conscious will. Achieving the status of power is just the technique of equipment configuration tools that we can use "for life" ... what for? Indeed, why do we need the sort of tricky thing – consciousness living in the body? And where is who in it – where is the person, how many of them, what are they? And where is the one who is the "control center," and how does "he" correlate with the personal "masks" –??? To what extent can be the range of perception expanded? And what would be the world perceived by us as a result of this expansion? And how this picture of the world would be consistent with the tenets which are imposed to our understanding by the religious doctrine dominant in the time and place of our present existence? And other doctrines – what is with them? And what would an atheist think, who has expanded his range of perception about the perceived things? And a politician? Or a military man? And if – at all a scientist?!!! Let everybody answer these questions on their own. Yoga ... sorry, control ... has nothing to do with it. Adjustment of the scope of perception and information processing... Instrumental state of the instrumental sphere – no more... Everything else is the eternal questions.
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