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WHAT BEING AWARE ACTUALLY MEANS

WHAT BEING AWARE ACTUALLY MEANS

A YOGI CHA BLOG What being aware actually means In more than one of my posts and articles and in most of what you find on yoga, meditation, self help etc you will hear that awareness is key to anything. But awareness is one of those words that seems a little fluffy to...

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Why routine is key to any change

Why routine is key to any change

A YOGI CHA BLOG WHY ROUTINE IS KEY TO ANY CHANGE It can sound rather counter productive to say that a routine is what you need to make changes since it feels like routine is the exact opposite to change. But in order to detect issues with your car, you need to...

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HOW MEDITATION IMPROVES YOUR PRODUCTIVITY

HOW MEDITATION IMPROVES YOUR PRODUCTIVITY

A YOGI CHA BLOG How meditation improves your productivity I’m sure you have heard many times that meditation is good for you. If you are anything like me, that might not have made you try it anyway. Or, you might give it a go now and then but can’t really see what the...

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HOW TO DEAL WITH OBSESSIVE THINKING

HOW TO DEAL WITH OBSESSIVE THINKING

A YOGI CHA BLOG How to deal with obsessive thinking We have all been there. It’s in your head as soon as you open your eyes in the morning. It’s this nagging ache that follows you around all day long. As soon as you stop doing whatever you are doing, it pops up again....

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Living always slightly outside of the experience

Living always slightly outside of the experience

A YOGI CHA BLOG Living always slightly outside of the experience Many can recognise themselves in the sensation of living slightly away from their own life. It’s as if we live in the narration of our lives, in the IDEA of ourselves more than the actual living. There...

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Why you need to feel sadness

Why you need to feel sadness

A YOGI CHA BLOG Why you need to feel sadness There is a reason why “pure positive focus” sounds so appealing to us and why it’s such a loop hole in the world of spirituality. We only really want to feel the juicy feelings, the happy, cozy, abundance and all that jazz....

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You need a project

You need a project

A YOGI CHA BLOG You need a project “You need a project” Let that project be YOU, seriously. Let yourself be a project. Many years ago now, I was feeling so lost, without purpose and really, like my compass had lost its north:  a friend of mine said “maybe you need a...

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To be the Chosen One

To be the Chosen One

A YOGI CHA BLOG To be the Chosen OneI had this feeling that was such a recognisable sensation. Like a knife cutting into my stomach, no in the solar plexus really. I tried so hard to follow it’s message, what truly did that feeling tell me? What was the underlying...

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WHAT I UNDERSTOOD AFTER MY AYURVEDIC DETOX

WHAT I UNDERSTOOD AFTER MY AYURVEDIC DETOX

A YOGI CHA BLOG WHAT I UNDERSTOOD AFTER MY AYURVEDIC DETOX The idea of a fast in the Ayurvedic tradition, is to reset the metabolism by letting the system rest. It’s more than resetting the the metabolism, it’s resetting your system. It can be done just as a try, for...

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CATHARSIS

CATHARSIS

A YOGI CHA BLOG CATHARSISAs I drove off from my session with a client in the talking cure, a phrase stayed with me, echoing in my head. He said “it’s intense, you know, talking with you”. I replied, yes I know and he asked if I felt that too. Of course, I was there, I...

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HOW TO STOP FIGHTING WITH OTHERS

HOW TO STOP FIGHTING WITH OTHERS

A YOGI CHA BLOG How to stop fighting with others Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the things people say and do didn’t affect you so much? That the comment from that friend wouldn’t stay with your for the rest of the day? Because, let’s face it: the only one stuck with the...

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KNOW YOUR DOSHA – KNOW YOUR TENDENCIES

KNOW YOUR DOSHA – KNOW YOUR TENDENCIES

A YOGI CHA BLOG Know your Dosha- know your tendencies HABITS - CONSTITUTIONS - TENDENCIES AND ADDICTION Know your dosha - know your tendency The Ayurvedic perspective is holistic. The five elements that constitutes everything of material have been attributed with...

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An Ode to my old Pilates teacher

An Ode to my old Pilates teacher

A YOGI CHA BLOG An Ode to my old Pilates teacher At the time when I started transforming into a new person, there were no yoga studios really around where I was living. I started my yoga journey with a book and after a few years, videos in order to take it a little...

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HALT🤚🏽

HALT🤚🏽

A YOGI CHA BLOG HALT  Today I want to calm your mind for the simple reason that it’s the only thing that really works. Of course, no one ever has been able to “just calm down” when someone tells them to. Usually, it has the opposite effect. Why is that? Because while...

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WHERE PSYCHOTHERAPY FAILS US

WHERE PSYCHOTHERAPY FAILS US

A YOGI CHA BLOG Where psychotherapy fails us WHERE PSYCHOTHERAPY FAILS US Starting from the mid 60’s (at least in some parts of the world) well during the 80’s and 90’s, people changed their look on therapy. It used to be shameful but the more conscious we became,...

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ALL ABOUT MASLOW

ALL ABOUT MASLOW

A YOGI CHA BLOG ALL ABOUT MASLOW -  what about your inner pyramid of needs?  “Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find...

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YOU CAN’T WILFULLY LET GO

YOU CAN’T WILFULLY LET GO

A YOGI CHA BLOG You can't wilfully let go When to make the effort and when to let go? “Effort and grace are two sides of one same moment and this is not to be feared”. I believe that effort is what you make when you are finding your way towards clarity. Once the...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE WORDS WE USE

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE WORDS WE USE

A YOGI CHA BLOG The importance of the words we use Why is this? Because we do not chose the words we use randomly. The words we use come from our vocabulary and therefore from the thoughts in our head. The famous narrative we all walk around with, the perception we...

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Your ideas of “the Chakras” are probably all wrong

Your ideas of “the Chakras” are probably all wrong

A YOGI CHA BLOG Your ideas of "the Chakras" are probably all wrong I felt the urge to write about Yoga Psychology on bringing that whole idea of chakras in to focus. Most specifically after having watched a very interesting talk by a Vedantic monk talking about...

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RESILIENCE – the hard nut

RESILIENCE – the hard nut

A YOGI CHA BLOG RESILIENCE - the hard nut For the second part, let’s deal with that nut now. Naturally, anything that we can deal with before it crystallises, before it hardens, is easier to get rid off. It’s the “get back in the saddle” idea : when you have fallen...

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RESILIENCE – shake it off like a duck

RESILIENCE – shake it off like a duck

A YOGI CHA BLOG RESILIENCE - shake it off like a duck Ducks have a great resilience to trauma. When coming down from a “fight or flight” traumatic moment, it shakes off the trauma so that, not only has it left the experience behind but their physical body has left it...

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Time out

Time out

A YOGI CHA BLOGTime outOur need for silence Our craving for a time out To come back to ourselves Last time I was in India, my friend said “you’re lucky to have so much time to be with yourself” But we are always with ourselves. So why doesn’t it feel like that? How...

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Why embracing contrast is essential to your mental health

Why embracing contrast is essential to your mental health

A YOGI CHA BLOG Why embracing contrast is essential to your mental health Embracing the contrast of your life creates an awareness that we usually don’t access. In fact : it is through experience that we create our understanding of the world. Contrast is the tool to...

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When things go a bit Pete Tong

When things go a bit Pete Tong

A YOGI CHA BLOG When things go a bit Pete Tong When life is giving you something that isn’t even definable as lemons or a curved ball. All you can really ever do is to look at what you have in front of you and say “how is this not a problem?” The details don’t matter...

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Your constitution is a part of it all

Your constitution is a part of it all

A YOGI CHA BLOG The constitution of you changes in perfect symbiosis with the rest  Personality is on a spectrum. We all have traits of it all. You are the narcissist, the empath, the introvert, the extrovert the thinker and the feeler. We have tendencies of hyper...

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Our search of Self is the reason we suffer

Our search of Self is the reason we suffer

A YOGI CHA BLOG Our search of Self is the reason we suffer According to Vedanta, the teachings from the ancient texts of the Vedas, our main reason for suffering is Self Non-recognition, I.E:  our search for recognition in the outer world. Whereas the True Self, the...

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We are a symptom of our time

We are a symptom of our time

A YOGI CHA BLOG A symptom of our time Many struggle to find "peace of mind". Even those who take action and decide to change it all, let’s say by selling all their possessions and move into a monastery where they will restrict themselves to a rather rigid but very...

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The mess we are in (3:3)

The mess we are in (3:3)

A YOGI CHA BLOG The mess we are in : (part 3 anxious much?) So if we can agree on the fact that we evolve, adapt and grow throughout our life, we then must be able to see that the way we deal with other people, also changes. Sure enough, we have been taught certain...

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The mess we are in (2:3)

The mess we are in (2:3)

A YOGI CHA BLOG The mess we are in: (Part 2: Are you type A or B?) For all those who get all worked up on the personality quiz and who are reassured by the fact that they are a type A, B or C of some grid that has been made to simplify a recruitment process, remember...

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The mess we are in (1:3)

The mess we are in (1:3)

A YOGI CHA BLOG The mess we are in (part 1: the Hidden and the Exposed) “to the degree that you condemn others, and find evil in others, you are to that degree unconscious of the same things in yourself. Or at least to the potential of it. [...] But to the degree that...

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LABELLING THEORY

LABELLING THEORY

A YOGI CHA BLOG LABELLING THEORY As we were leaving the yoga shala, me and a student trained in sociology and criminology, got into the discussion of our time's need to label each other. I exposed to her my thoughts around an article that was taking shape, a worry of...

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RIGHTEOUSNESS?

RIGHTEOUSNESS?

A YOGI CHA BLOG RIGHTEOUSNESS? “The good and the pleasant are two different things. They motivate a person to pursue two different goals. The one who embraces the good meets with auspiciousness. But the one who chooses the pleasant is lost.” —Katha Upanishad We live...

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We are all kittens crashing into the coffee table legs

A YOGI CHA BLOG We are all kittens crashing into the coffee table leg I remember in university that we were presented with an experiment on cats and what came be to be called “critical window”. They raised kittens in an environment that was exclusively vertical or...

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Through the looking glass

A YOGI CHA BLOG Through the looking glass When we dream, everything and everyone appearing is a reflection of ourselves. There have been many misconceptions about dreams and, just like with awake states, people easily confuse these reflections of themselves with the...

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Approach your life this way

A YOGI CHA BLOG Approach your life this way When we dream, everything and everyone appearing is a reflection of ourselves. There have been many misconceptions about dreams and, just like with awake states, people easily confuses these reflections of themselves with...

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The importance of ROUTINE

A YOGI CHA BLOG The importance of ROUTINE Every time I repeat something that I have already done, I do it faster because the pattern of this exists already inside of me. Like your computer or phone that recognises words that you commonly use and suggests them to you...

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What is trust?

A YOGI CHA BLOG What is trust? One way of defining it can be “a feeling that we are secure with someone”. That they have our best interest at heart. We can be sure that they have our best interest at heart when we feel that we belong to them. So the essence of trust...

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Something is trying to express itself

A YOGI CHA BLOG Something is trying to express itself SOMETHING IS TRYING TO EXPRESS ITSELF Your body is a blueprint of your life: what does this mean? It means that exactly everything has a reason for being, we could even call it karma. Every action has its...

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The worst kind of addiction

A YOGI CHA BLOG The worst kind of addictionHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me...

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Who can call themselves a yogi?

A YOGI CHA BLOG Who can call themselves a yogi?Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find...

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We love at our level of consciousness

A YOGI CHA BLOG We love at our level of consciousnessHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union....

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“Tout comprendre, c’est tout pardonner”

A YOGI CHA BLOG "Tout comprendre, c'est tout pardonner"  - to understand all, is to forgive allHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to...

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WHAT THE CONTAINER CONTAINS – developing a sense of self

A YOGI CHA BLOG WHAT THE CONTAINER CONTAINS - developing a sense of selfHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the...

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EATING EMOTIONS

A YOGI CHA BLOG EATING EMOTIONSHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the...

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Easy to be Buddha on a mountain

A YOGI CHA BLOG Easy to be Buddha on a mountainHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find...

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RADICALLY HONEST

A YOGI CHA BLOG RADICALLY HONESTHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the...

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I WAS BORN THIS WAY

A YOGI CHA BLOG I WAS BORN THIS WAYHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the...

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WHY IT WORKS TO START WITH YOU

A YOGI CHA BLOG Why it works to start with youHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find...

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WE ARE ALL BROKEN

A YOGI CHA BLOG WE ARE ALL BROKENHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the...

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HEY THERE, HECTOR PROJECTOR

HEY THERE, HECTOR PROJECTOR

A YOGI CHA BLOG Hey there, Hector ProjectorHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me...

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Do you pray?

A YOGI CHA BLOG Do you pray?Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the lovely...

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I AM NO ONE

A YOGI CHA BLOG I AM NO ONEHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the lovely...

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GRATITUDE?

A YOGI CHA BLOG GRATITUDE? Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the lovely...

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Why it needs to be personal

Why it needs to be personal

A YOGI CHA BLOG Why it needs to be personal Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me...

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It’s always personal – for you

A YOGI CHA BLOG It's always personal - for you Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find...

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The hardest part of the Journey

A YOGI CHA BLOG The hardest part of the journeyHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find...

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You are the sum of all your past experiences

A YOGI CHA BLOG You are the sum of all your past experiences Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body...

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“Language was invented to hide emotions”

A YOGI CHA BLOG “Language was invented to hide emotions” Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union....

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WHY I BREATHE

A YOGI CHA BLOG WHY I BREATHE Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. The relationship between prana and citta (life force and mind) Without prana, the body is life less. Without prana, the mind is closed in...

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IGNORANCE IS BLISS

A YOGI CHA BLOG IGNORANCE IS BLISS Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. I've always had a deep curiosity toward eastern and western approaches to understanding the mind, and the ming/body union. You'll find me in the...

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Deepening into truth

A YOGI CHA BLOG Deepening into truth A short sentence about yourself here, the value of your writings, links to subscribe, connect, homepage and courses. Yogi Cha I have noticed in my practice that if I allow myself to start in stillness, to slowly open my body, then...

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Wanting this moment to be something it is not

A YOGI CHA BLOG WANTING THIS MOMENT TO BE SOMETHING ELSEHi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. I was sitting watching people walking by at the airport. 8 hours of layover. That is long. I felt uninspired...

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THE IMAGES WE HAVE OF OURSELVES

A YOGI CHA BLOG THE IMAGES WE HAVE OF OURSELVES Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. Anything that you are going to do, is dependent on how you see you! There is the idea that we have of ourselves, the...

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The fairy tale of our self image

A YOGI CHA BLOG The fairy tale of our self image Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. I was laying on a bed with a massage therapist working my upper back and neck with all his strength. He shook his head...

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“LOVE YOURSELF”…and other clichés we cringe to

A YOGI CHA BLOG "LOVE YOURSELF"...and other clichés we cringe to Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. Sometimes I come to understand words that I have overly used without realising the meaning. It's as if...

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WHY WE BREATHE

A YOGI CHA BLOG WHY WE BREATHE Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. A praise to PRANAYAMA How can you ever start meditation when all you really want to do is switch your mind off and flee into a daydream?...

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When nothing makes sense – our search for meaning

A YOGI CHA BLOG When nothing makes sense - our search for meaning Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. [Meaning and emotional component brings synchronicity according to CG. Jung.  Synchronicity: Two...

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Where does it hurt?

A YOGI CHA BLOG Where does it hurt? Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. She sat down in front of me, frustration and despair in her eyes. Can you make it go away? Can you make it stop? “Where does it...

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GROW UP

A YOGI CHA BLOG GROW UP Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. Play with the perception that everyone you meet is a child stuck in the age between 3-8 with an unsatisfied emotional need making them do this...

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THE HUMAN DILEMMA

A YOGI CHA BLOG THE HUMAN DILEMMA Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher based in Bali, with a masters degree in psychology. THE DIFFERENCE OF BEING AND HAVING - the two attitudes to life “Only to the extent that we decrease the mode of having, that is,...

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THE ROAD TO MYSORE GOES FROM THE PHYSICAL TO THE SUBTLE BODY

A YOGI CHA BLOG THE ROAD TO MYSORE GOES FROM THE PHYSICAL TO THE SUBTLE BODY Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to...

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COME OUT AND PLAY – I have the right to feel

A YOGI CHA BLOG COME OUT AND PLAY - I have the right to feel Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union....

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LICK YOUR WOUNDS – I have the right to love

A YOGI CHA BLOG LICK YOUR WOUNDS - I have the right to love Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union....

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STOP RUNNING AWAY

A YOGI CHA BLOG STOP RUNNING AWAY Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. I HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE HERE...

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SHAME ON YOU

A YOGI CHA BLOG SHAME ON YOU Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. Taking control over your life is...

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WALK THE PATH – STAY WITH YOUR PRACTICE =YATNAH ABHYASA

A YOGI CHA BLOG WALK THE PATH - STAY WITH YOUR PRACTICE =YATNAH ABHYASA Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to...

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Don’t let your Ego limit you

A YOGI CHA BLOG Don't let your Ego limit you Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. DON'T LET YOUR...

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ARE YOU COMMITTED TO YOUR LIFE?

A YOGI CHA BLOG ARE YOU COMMITTED TO YOUR LIFE? Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union.   All...

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SOMETIMES THE LIGHT COMES ON

SOMETIMES THE LIGHT COMES ON

A YOGI CHA BLOG SOMETIMES THE LIGHT COMES ON Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. I remember being...

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The counter pose to life

A YOGI CHA BLOG The counter pose to life Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. As I was researching...

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INTIMACY WITH THE BODY

A YOGI CHA BLOG INTIMACY WITH THE BODY Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. Something clicked in...

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MANIPURA CHAKRA My fire is my power

A YOGI CHA BLOG MANIPURA CHAKRA My fire is my power Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. I allow...

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SWADISTHANA CHAKRA – Sweet sensuality

A YOGI CHA BLOG SWADISTHANA CHAKRA - Sweet sensuality Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. The...

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ANAHATA CHAKRA The unstruck heart

A YOGI CHA BLOG ANAHATA CHAKRA The unstruck heart Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. The sacred...

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Nothingness

A YOGI CHA BLOG Nothingness Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. Cosmic voids are enormous empty...

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Where does your mind go?

A YOGI CHA BLOG Where does your mind go? Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. Where does your mind...

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MULADHARA CHAKRA Reclaming the body as your home

A YOGI CHA BLOG  MULADHARA CHAKRA Reclaming the body as your home I have the right to be here I feel safe in the fact that I am not alone I love my body and trust its wisdom I am here and I am real As we started our MULADHARA CHAKRA FLOW class this morning, we sat...

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Saucha

A YOGI CHA BLOG   Saucha My name is Charlotte (YogiCha). I'm a yoga teacher and clinical psychologist. If you enjoy my writings please subscribe at the bottom of the post.  SAUCHA - SPRING CLEAN#padmasana - the destroyer of all diseases#saucha - as a result of...

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OCEANRIDES.TRAVELVIBES

A YOGI CHA BLOG OCEANRIDES.TRAVELVIBES Hi, I'm Charlotte (Yogi Cha). I'm a yoga teacher with a degree in clinical psychology. When not teaching, I enjoy learning and writing (my blog) about both eastern and western approaches to body-mind union. OCEANRIDES.TRAVELVIBES...

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Where does your mind go?

A YOGICHA BLOG Where does your mind go? A short sentence about yourself here, the value of your writings, links to subscribe, connect, homepage and courses. Yogi Cha Where does your mind go when you are alone? When no one is around, when you are on your own.  Does it...

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