July 12, 2013
I am an avid practitioner of meditation. I have experienced many passive meditative techniques as well as a good month of Osho's active meditations. I find that sometimes it is easier for me to achieve the state of no mind, after a good hard yoga asana practice. Whenever my mind tries my patience, or when my emotions begin to boil over... I find my greatest tool to regain control and center is meditation. I have found that it is an integral tool in my personal development... and I always remain open to experiencing other techniques and or atmospheres conducive to experiencing no- mind. I am excited to learn from others, and I know I could always use a good excuse to participate in group meditation techniques. I am a yoga teacher as is my wife, and we both find that being parents to babies and toddlers is Karma yoga. *It tries our patience and stretches us to our limits... we aspire to be better yoga practitioners, and know that practice makes perfect. We could use more meditation.
I am a 28 year old Husband, Father of 2, and a yogi. I just spent 4 months in India, and have been home about 1 month. I live on Vashon Island, and am using meetup to connect more with like minded people in our community. I love all 8 limbs of yoga!