In my case, instead of Tropical Paradise, I am going for Breathtaking Rocky Mountain Alpine Chalet with my Balsam & Cedar candle from ILLUME, Native American motif (per light throw blanket for decorative effect), large terrarium, decanter bottle with cork (as of now, empty) ...
A God's Eye will be my yantra ...
again, not certain about adding in background music ...
but, you get the idea ....
So, my breath passages were continually opened up by the heady but airway-clearing scent of fir trees. Being, in physical reality, actually at the top of a hill (where I live) ... at about 110 feet above sea level give or take, and not 11,000 feet ... of course I would just simulate the assorted feelings of shallow breath at high elevations--at times of transcending my edge
[my practice has evolved beyond its being middle path again ...]
Maintained steadiness in the peak pose, crow - in my case, held very low-slung to the ground, parallel to my mat, nearly; for three breaths ... until the point where my heart got to beating very, very fast and I let-go ... continuing practice ...
Vinyasa student on retreat.
Edited by: TINIERTINA at: 12/15/2013 (23:05)
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