Meditation on Noticing the Inner Body

The longer you practice yoga, the more intimate your relationship with yourself becomes. A part of that intimacy is noticing the depth and richness of your presence.

On a subtle level this speaks to the complexity and richness of all your feelings and all the aspects of your unique character. But it also speaks to where those reside in your being. In yoga, we call these different layers, the koshas. (Stay tuned for an article about the koshas and emotion, coming out on the 16th).

In this meditation, we practice observing the energy, or inner, body and its relation to the physical, or outer, body. Putting the two into alignment is one way to bring a sense of wholeness and healing to your practice.