The Vijnanamaya Kosha, the wisdom body or the kosha of discrimination. It is the layer of our consciousness that sits underneath the conscious mind. It is often associated with intuition because the wisdom we are receiving comes from the universal.
In this episode, learn what the symptoms of an imbalanced Vijnanamaya Kosha are, what it looks and feels like to have a balanced Vijnanamaya Kosha and how we can balance this kosha with meditation, specifically Patajanli’s meditation method. Brandt then finishes by discussing how yoga therapists can approach teaching meditation to their clients.
This episode is a clip taken from the ‘Intuitive Mind’ module inside our Yoga Therapy Foundations Program.
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Om Shanthi, Om Peace
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