Spirit is matter and matter is spirit. This was said by Blavatsky in the late 1800′s. Soon thereafter, quantum physics was born from the basic principle that matter is not solid, compacted, and only dense through the genius of people like Max Planc and Albert Einstein who had Blavatsky on their desk or in their mind. But more than 2000 years before that, the Buddha had said that “form is emptiness, emptiness is form.” All these people are saying the same thing.
Asana, as is practiced in The Practice of Living Awareness, is a call to the sacredness of our body. Without it, we cannot serve, which is why we are incarnated. This body is the only one that we have, the only source of hands and feet, of vision and sound, of touch and taste, or perception in the worlds of form. This body is sacred, profoundly so. And being respectful and in amazement of that, we then lift our eyes to the sacred world of form all around us. The mandala of form that is the world, Nature, a moment of being alive, this recognition comes from living with Asana as part of our living awareness.
Webcast (will play on any tablet or computer – Mac or Pc, but not on iPad or iPhone): Asana and sacred form
Podcast (downloadable): Asana and sacred form