Esoteric Yoga: Truth in Stillness

by Stevie Cole, Perth

Esoteric Yoga supports me to explore stillness and truth. I experience this through my body deeply letting go and relaxing…which, in addition to the obvious health benefits, can give me insights as to how I hold myself back from allowing the delicious, nurturing stillness that I experience in my sessions into my everyday life.

One recent example during a session was when I had reached a point of relative ‘quietness’ in my mind, though I felt there was still deeper I could go in my body so I knew it was a ‘red herring’ sent from my mind to distract me from true stillness. And at that point my mind said ‘that’ll do’, and it reminded me that I sometimes say that exact same line to myself in front of the mirror when I’m getting ready to go out.  I was surprised to see this link which was showing me that there is a belief I hold that I don’t deserve to go the whole way, and I’m certainly not worth it.

What a blessing it was to expose this unloving belief, which in all honesty I’ve played out in every interaction, movement and communication I’ve had up to that point.  So now when I look in the mirror I say to myself ‘you are SO worth it, gorgeous woman’.  And that’s the truth.

Thank you to Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine practitioners who present this truly inspiring modality.

183 thoughts on “Esoteric Yoga: Truth in Stillness

  1. Esoteric Yoga offers us a deep connection with our body, space to feel the surrender and stillness from within and an opportunity to take that connection and stillness to how we live and work.

  2. In-spiring in-deed Stevie. Living with “that’ll do” is keeping yourself less. Its a setup as an outcome and not in the truth of all that is before You. Your body knows, and experiencing an esoteric modality like Esoteric Yoga, it presents to you the stillness within so it becomes a marker if you so mark and appreciate it. Once marked it is there to know and always have. You then have the next waiting point to mark and accept…

  3. I love what you share Stevie, your words just light me up with joy “So now when I look in the mirror I say to myself ‘you are SO worth it, gorgeous woman’. And that’s the truth. “

  4. Two words, ‘that’ll do’, packing a punch to the quality of our self-worth, which when I read them had me squirming with the realisation of how many times I said them to myself. And by doing so I was making the choice to accept less of me than I deserved. Another amazing example of the power of words to harm or to heal.

  5. Love how you have shared that the mind can interfere and play games to try to stop us shining in our full glory by accepting less than we know to be true. Great to expose the ‘that will do’ syndrome, it is such a ‘red herring’ as you say because it stops us fully surrendering and feeling everything that is being offered to us.

  6. It is incredibly supportive to have available to us the modality of Esoteric Yoga offering us the opportunity to explore our connection to the stillness of our essence, to experience how it feels to be at one with our Soul so that we then have a very tangible marker of how we can live with this connection through our daily living or return to it whenever we feel we have veered away from our innate beingness.

  7. Esoteric Yoga offers us an opportunity to deeply feel who we are and where we come from, and then it is up to us to take this and make it part of our living way.

  8. It is interesting how we cap ourselves in our surrender as if to say we know how much is on offer therefore is enough when in fact we have no idea. Somehow, we seem to find it more secure when there is a limit or at least when we think we know where and how far we are going. But the Universe does not operate like that.

  9. How gorgeous! And how wonderful when these shifts in awareness happen. ‘You are so worth it’ – is very true – and something I will take forward into my days.

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