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Thinking Feeling Earth

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In the five episode series, Kosha Countdown to Earth Day, today is Manomayakosha, the thinking, feeling, sensing, earth body.

It’s poetic that both hosts arrived, ready to record, after not having enough sleep and feeling a bit off in the mind. Since these are casual conversations and perfection is not the aspiration, they showed up as they were, playing with language and memory as aspects of Manomayakosha.

Nature is a complete system that reflects our own experiences. When looked at through various filters, the view becomes fuller. The limitations of language yield to other forms of communication, new maps lead to deeper understanding.

Following are sources and quotes used in the show:

Book: The Spell of the Sensuous

Review of The Spell of the Sensuous by Thomas Berry, author of “The Dream of the Earth”

“The outer world of nature is what awakens our inner world in all its capacities for understanding, affection and aesthetic appreciation. The wind, the rain, the mountains and rivers, the woodlands and meadows and all their inhabitants; we need these perhaps even more for our psyche than for our physical survival. No one that I know of has presented all this with the literary skill as well as the understanding that we find in this work of David Abram. It should be one of the most widely read and discussed books of these times.”

Because it was very briefly mentioned, here's one of many links to the Lost Colony of Roanoke.

Quotes:

According to the yoga philosophy, Manomayakosha is the seat of memory and emotions. –- Yoga Journal

The practice of yoga and meditation is believed to help clear the blockages in the Moanomayakosha and improve memory retention. -- The Art of Living

The practice of pranayama, or breathing exercises, is believed to help balance the Manomayakosha and improve memory function. -- The Chopra Center

The Manomayakosha is also associated with the senses, which play a role in the process of memory retrieval. -- The Yoga Institute

The beauty of nature can inspire artists to create works that reflect their inner thoughts and emotions. -- The Artistic and Creative Power of Mother Nature” by A. Siciliano

Spending time in nature can have a healing effect on the mind and body, helping us to feel refreshed and renewed. The Healing Power of Mother Nature by S. Gupta

Seeing the beauty of the Earth can inspire us to take action to protect it and preserve it for future generations. -- The Beauty of the Earth: A Call to Action for Environmental Protection by R. Gonzalez

Memories can serve as a map, guiding us through life’s challenges, much like how maps help us navigate the earth’s terrain. -- Forbes

Just as the earth goes through cycles of growth and decay, memories can be seen a part of a cycle of remembering and forgetting. -- The Atlantic

***

YOGAFEST: Information & Registration. [Early Bird Registration is now closed]

Anecdotal Anatomy's workshop, Kosha Yoga, will be held at the Indoor auditorium space from 1pm-2:15pm. If you've been enjoying the Kosha Countdown to Earth Day, you will love this workshop!

***

Our Amazing Team:

Judith George - Editor (video & audio)

Keith Kenny - Music

Cindy Fatsis - Photography

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In the five episode series, Kosha Countdown to Earth Day, today is Manomayakosha, the thinking, feeling, sensing, earth body.

It’s poetic that both hosts arrived, ready to record, after not having enough sleep and feeling a bit off in the mind. Since these are casual conversations and perfection is not the aspiration, they showed up as they were, playing with language and memory as aspects of Manomayakosha.

Nature is a complete system that reflects our own experiences. When looked at through various filters, the view becomes fuller. The limitations of language yield to other forms of communication, new maps lead to deeper understanding.

Following are sources and quotes used in the show:

Book: The Spell of the Sensuous

Review of The Spell of the Sensuous by Thomas Berry, author of “The Dream of the Earth”

“The outer world of nature is what awakens our inner world in all its capacities for understanding, affection and aesthetic appreciation. The wind, the rain, the mountains and rivers, the woodlands and meadows and all their inhabitants; we need these perhaps even more for our psyche than for our physical survival. No one that I know of has presented all this with the literary skill as well as the understanding that we find in this work of David Abram. It should be one of the most widely read and discussed books of these times.”

Because it was very briefly mentioned, here's one of many links to the Lost Colony of Roanoke.

Quotes:

According to the yoga philosophy, Manomayakosha is the seat of memory and emotions. –- Yoga Journal

The practice of yoga and meditation is believed to help clear the blockages in the Moanomayakosha and improve memory retention. -- The Art of Living

The practice of pranayama, or breathing exercises, is believed to help balance the Manomayakosha and improve memory function. -- The Chopra Center

The Manomayakosha is also associated with the senses, which play a role in the process of memory retrieval. -- The Yoga Institute

The beauty of nature can inspire artists to create works that reflect their inner thoughts and emotions. -- The Artistic and Creative Power of Mother Nature” by A. Siciliano

Spending time in nature can have a healing effect on the mind and body, helping us to feel refreshed and renewed. The Healing Power of Mother Nature by S. Gupta

Seeing the beauty of the Earth can inspire us to take action to protect it and preserve it for future generations. -- The Beauty of the Earth: A Call to Action for Environmental Protection by R. Gonzalez

Memories can serve as a map, guiding us through life’s challenges, much like how maps help us navigate the earth’s terrain. -- Forbes

Just as the earth goes through cycles of growth and decay, memories can be seen a part of a cycle of remembering and forgetting. -- The Atlantic

***

YOGAFEST: Information & Registration. [Early Bird Registration is now closed]

Anecdotal Anatomy's workshop, Kosha Yoga, will be held at the Indoor auditorium space from 1pm-2:15pm. If you've been enjoying the Kosha Countdown to Earth Day, you will love this workshop!

***

Our Amazing Team:

Judith George - Editor (video & audio)

Keith Kenny - Music

Cindy Fatsis - Photography

  continue reading

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