POWER LIVING TV: In Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy, join the Conversation with Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman Yee on “Being Yoga”. Rodney and Colleen are two of the most recognizable names in yoga. Rodney cofounded Piedmont Yoga Studio in Oakland, California and Colleen is owner of Yoga Shanti in Sag Harbor, New York. Both have appeared in dozens of DVDs.
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POWER LIVING TV: In Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy, explore the concept of “being yoga” from Omega’s 2012 Being Yoga Conference Retreat. Dr. Kennedy talks with some of the top names in yoga including Rodney Yee, Colleen Saidman Yee, Beryl Bender Birch, Peter Sterios, Cyndi Lee, Reverend Jaganath Carrera and Elena Brower.
ZERO. Is the presence of nothing different from the absence of something? Does the term “ground zero” mean the beginning or the end? Are you comfortable with empty space? Zero is both a number and a concept. Many historians state that the introduction of zero was the most significant achievement in the development of our counting system because it made calculation with large numbers feasible. The inclusion of zero introduced negative numbers and opened up a new world of mathematics, astronomy, physics, chemistry and business.
CHOICE. How are you choosing to live? Do you realize all of the choices you make every week, every day, every second? Do you ever truly think about the consequences? When I was four years old my mom gave me The Little Me and THE GREAT ME, by Lou Austin which laid the groundwork for my spiritual development. With a bright yellow cover and joyful illustrations, this simple book explains that there are two wills in every person: one – the will of the human self (the Little Me), the other – the will of the divine self (THE GREAT ME). Between these two forces there is a continuous running battle.
BOLDNESS. Are you hiding out waiting for life to happen? Do you let fear or doubt hold you back? What bold moves will you make this year to live authenticity? My Mom’s cousin, Juanita Jeanette Lindsey, died in Harlem at the age of 71. On the surface, Jeanette appeared to live an ordinary life, yet her everyday boldness made her extraordinary.