"The more we live in the higher dimensions (we live in 3D, using 5 senses, mostly), the more access we have to the powers of creation that are only available when our beliefs support us. Many a miracle came from a one person 100% believing conduit to and through pure consciousness, pure creative energy, unborn. We live in a practically functioning world we call real. We utilize time out of necessity and live through our fears, desires and projection. All along the way, not striving but thriving is our primary self, quiet, all pervading, still. Unlike the secondary self, it does not think it is running the show, it is the Show."

— Anthony Gary Lopedota

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• Functional muscle testing as a part of yoga therapy

Those of us who love our physical yoga practice and that have been practicing for a long time have probably experienced some kind of discomfort or difficulty in the practice. This can be a low-level pain, a painful injury, an inability to physically comprehend an asana or a major setback in an asana that you could once do proficiently. The injury or setback could have come from poor technique but often is from functional problems with the structure of the body. Many of us have utilized chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, osteopathy or other healing modalities to remedy these situations.