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Developing your Dharma

Simply put Dharma is our direct connection to our Soul while Karma is our direct connection to our Ego. When we focus our Attention on something/anything, we create an energy towards that thing. This means positive or negative attention creates positive energy or negative energy attention. Intention creates an energy that transforms our attention. Every action, thought and feeling is motivated by an Intention. That intention is a cause that creates an effect.

Your Intention is creating your REALITY!

When we stay present with our inner strength and trust within ourselves and make each choice with Intention, we stay aligned with our true power, our Dharma. When we plant a seed of intention, we only need to trust and know that if it came from a place of true alignment. We are clear and connected to our Soul purpose – you can surrender all fear, all anxiety, and allow the universe to guide you to your destiny. There is an unwavering sense of empowerment, when you relinquish control of the Ego and settle in the alignment of your divine power and realize how effortless our journey really is.

If you can dream it with intention it will come to you!

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by Tracey O’Hara

Tracey is certified to teach both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga and maintains a strong   discipline to continue furthering her Yoga skills through training and studies. Twice in Rishikesh, India, Tracey was taught by the gurus as well as by masters from other countries in the world. Her passion underwent a dramatic shift from a runner and body sculptor to Yoga, encompassing the mind, body and spirit in both her personal practice and her teachings. Tracey blends ancient techniques with scientifically verified yoga practice that enable her students to leave class feeling healthier, happier and more relaxed. Much of her class work includes; breath, movement, positions, mantra and meditation that is directed at the Vagus nerve, often called “the happiness nerve”. Tracey’s Yoga classes include her personalized techniques called VagusYoga™ that enhance the mind, body and spirit for a more regulated Vagus nerve. To better understand the importance of the Vagus nerve in regard to our physical and mental health as well as its ability to reduce aging and illness due to stress. Tracey teaches at Kula Yoga Shala Mondays & Wednesdays evenings, and on Singer Island on Mondays, Wednesday & Friday. Please contact Tracey at: tracyohara@comcast.net

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