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Sat Nam to All,

 

I would like to know of a simple explanation to tell

students about shaking of the limbs or body when

you hold a position for a period of time.....it meets

with such resistance and fear in many.

 

Thanks!

Linda, Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

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Shaking can be described in easy terms as the nervous system repairing

itself. You might remind students that when your body begins to shake it's a

GOOD

thing, your confirmation that the Yoga is working! Are you serving Yogi tea

after class? It is a great soothing balm for shakiness and any discomfort that

comes up with it.

Sat Nam!

Guru Ravi Kaur

 

 

 

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I have described the shaking just as you stated,

however,

I have doubting thomas's that do not believe that. "

What

do you mean they inquire, it must be muscle fatique?

Too

much for the muscles?" Fear seems to come up. I just

wondered if there was a more indepth, yet still simple

explanation.

 

No, unfortunately I do not teach in a place that I am

allowed to serve refreshments, but I will hand out

the recipe or perhaps have t-bags ready to take home.

 

Thanks.

 

> Shaking can be described in easy terms as the

> nervous system repairing

> itself. You might remind students that when your

> body begins to shake it's a GOOD

> thing, your confirmation that the Yoga is working!

> Are you serving Yogi tea

> after class? It is a great soothing balm for

> shakiness and any discomfort that

> comes up with it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The difference between muscle fatigue shaking and nervous system shaking is that

the nervous system shaking resolves, the energy opens up and you resume the

exercise with a new feeling or strength, if you can follow it through to the

release.....muscle fatigue, will continue to get worse until the muscles give

out and you can't physically continue.

 

For a beginner, it's often hard to go through to the release...so it's something

they will experience in time as they practice more and gain more confidence in

the process.

 

When it becomes obvious that students are experiencing fear in your

class...begin to notice your reaction to how they are feeling and begin to allow

and accept it and include it equally in your field of sensing without judgement

of it....and through that process the students will begin to process through the

fear that they are experiencing when the shaking begins.

 

All Light,

Sat Sangeet

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Sat Naam

 

I tell my students what Rod Stryker teaches to his. He says when you begin

shaking during yoga, it is the body releasing itself of avidya -- spiritual

ignorance. It is part of tapas, which is the purification process of yoga.

 

ranjit k.

 

 

>linda kirby <assortedbeings

>Kundaliniyoga

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>Kundalini Yoga Re:shaking

>Fri, 15 Oct 2004 16:13:10 -0700 (PDT)

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>Sat Nam to All,

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>I would like to know of a simple explanation to tell

>students about shaking of the limbs or body when

>you hold a position for a period of time.....it meets

>with such resistance and fear in many.

>

>Thanks!

>Linda, Ohio

>

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