posted on Oct, 12 2014 @ 10:35 AM
a reply to: introspectionist
I'm thinking of trying one of these.
In my city there seems to be a lot more places that teach yoga.
[[I might want to do it alone, which one is better for that?]]
** There is no "better". Its a matter of personal preference.
[[It seems like mostly women do yoga. I'm a man. I hope to avoid awkward situations and/or situations where I can't stay spiritually minded.]]
** In India, its just the reverse .. more men do hatha and rajayog. And .. if your worried about being "awkward" while seeking spiritual
enlightenment .. your living in the ego-body.
[[Perhaps go for straight meditation instead? I'm interested in that too, but I got interested in qigong after I heard that it is "energy
cultivation" and I'm constantly tired so I'm looking for ways to deal with that. Diet might be something to look at too, but that's another
** Both practices are holistic .. meaning they involve body, mind and spirit. So naturally, meditation and diet are part of that total package.
Not all yoga and/or chi-gong classes are created equal. Take a few .. find out which works best for you (aka: where you are at now). In a few weeks
. months . years .. dont be afraid to move-on. Change is good. Afterall, we all do it daily.