Body & Mind

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The Heart Center The heart is a very common word, but what do we refer to when we talk about the heart? In our everyday life, when we say “heart”, we often refer to our feelings, our sincere and most precious feelings that we usually like...

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Your center Your center, your domain, your core, all refer to the area around your navel point, the abdomen or Manipura (3rd chakra). This is an area of great convergence of nerves and vital functions, such as digestion, purification, toxins metabolism and immunity. From a neural...

Leadership, social skills and vagus nerve

What is intelligence? Recent theories on successful leadership appraise social skills and emotional intelligence as essential traits that form a great leader....

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Equilibrium Around the spinal cord (shushumna nadi), yogis say we have two big nerve channels (nadis), ida and pingala. Ida begins and ends at the left side of the shushumna and is related to a cool, lunar, feminine energy. Pingala begins and ends at the right...

Mind your vagus nerve !

The autonomous nervous system, defined as the nerves that function independently of conscious will, has an accelerator (sympathetic) and a brake (parasympathetic) branch. Our vagus nerve is part of the brake branch and is also defined as the rest and digest system, promoting relaxation, restorative...

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Spine awareness Our spine is the main bone structure that holds the core of our body and through which information is conveyed between the brain and the periphery. The spinal cord (nervous tissue) passes through the vertebra as a continuation of the brain and together they...