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Those who are free from likes and dislikes, attachments and aversions can possess an equanimous mind. Not pushing or pulling away from any circumstance but being able to live in the moment and be in the moment as it arises – no wishing upon a star – it all just is!

Those who can possess an evenness of mind whether a circumstance or situation arises or not, can maintain an equanimity of being.

Is that not the answer to our happiness in being? No particular outcome is required to be happy or sad.


Two Currents

Duality or two opposing currents of energy – likes and dislikes, love and no thing…

These two currents of energy when balanced out create a space of rejoice of being in the moment no matter the outcome. When we are able to see ourselves in others and how? Meditation and mindfulness of the self to realise there is no other – that we can be as one and that if there is a pulling and pushing from ourselves then we cannot accept the other. So can we sit into all that we are and accept ourselves as we are, then can we accept others as they are.

If we could withdraw from the senses, taking the initiate (ourselves) deeper into the realms of realisation – moving away from the senses to realise the oneness, regarding everything equally, rejoicing in the well being of all beings then we can move through this world without duality of being. We then move through this world realised and connected.


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Can we sit into what arises, without pushing it away, without pulling it in. Can we flow without wanting to stay longer or move out of it more quickly? Can we notice what arises in each posture as we stay or flow, without attachment and/or aversions?

Can we balance our breaths; inhales and exhales without change? Can we notice which nostril is dominant? Can we practice Nodhi Shadhana – alternating our breaths and notice what arises from simulating a change? Can we again then notice without attachment or aversions the new moment?

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Blessings and Namaste Lou xo

It is called equanimity when one has no attachment with the good (the auspicious) and no abhorrence for the bad (the inauspicious).  The one without duality is in equanimity-state.  In worldly interactions, people identify tolerance as equanimity.

Dada Bhagwan

Hi Louise,  Thanks for the great senior’s session.  I hadn’t realised what great impact the movement of the arms has on my back.  My back feels quite different and more stretched.  Thank you so much, Lesson learned.

Janet – May 2022

Louise Eddy

Louise Eddy

Yoga Teacher & Owner

Louise is passionate about her practice and her understanding of yoga. Her journey in life has led her to study and practice yoga for the past 20+yrs. In the past 5+ years she has also focussed on Mental health and well-being and has actively been involved teaching classes in community and special needs areas with this focus.

She gives thanks for the knowledge that has been passed along from the teachers and students before that have paved the way for the journey of yoga as it is in the west. She teaches from her heart with gratitude and love. ​Om Shanti.

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