Cain Kamano

Cain Kamano

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242 weeks ago @ elephant journal: Yoga... - Commitment to Stillnes... · 2 replies · +1 points

In the end though, It amazes me on how I can read your words of wisdom written thousands of miles away… as well as others, and be able to put those words together as pieces to a puzzle which ultimately creates a beautiful mosaic of who it is that “I” desire to be in this world. And it is my prayer that my response given here, not only adds to the fulfillment of my own “puzzle”, but to someone else’s “puzzle” as well. Until your next post…

Sincerely,
Cain K.A. Kamano

242 weeks ago @ elephant journal: Yoga... - Commitment to Stillnes... · 0 replies · +1 points

(Now I just realized that what I wrote can be a much heated, debatable topic in which I might be proclaiming to be a “fortune/future teller” but I want to make this clear… that that is not what I’m saying at all. I guess it’s more along the lines of the “Law of Attraction” and that through meditation and through a “focused clarity of thought”, we can bring about “our future”. Which, in the end Farnoosh, I believe that that’s what you were possibly saying all along when speaking about the “notion that I can heal myself from this pain, and meditation is at the center of this force.”)

242 weeks ago @ elephant journal: Yoga... - Commitment to Stillnes... · 0 replies · +1 points

I can truly testify to the many wonderful benefits in which meditation has taken me to the depths of dreams, dreams which have been buried under piles of “negative self talk” and worldly pressures… but through a “Commitment to Stillness”, I am able to free my mind to a present state of where I want things to be… and not the way things currently are. With that said, I wholeheartedly agree with the expression that “hindsight is 20/20”… BUT, I also adhere to the fact that much of our future “can be” as well.

242 weeks ago @ elephant journal: Yoga... - Commitment to Stillnes... · 0 replies · +1 points

Aloha Farnoosh,

How is it that you can be more inspiring each time I read your written words? Your thoughts, energy, and ease of expressions transport me to a "Shakespearian" era, where the "Elizabethan" language dominates the age… yet YOUR speech does not include the "Thee's" and "Thine’s".

Farnoosh, I have a confession: I never developed the appetite for Yoga… mainly for one reason; I’m relatively a “BIG GUY”. And by that I mean I am not as “limber” as I once was as a teen… I know, hard to believe right? :-) At any rate, I realized that I was looking at Yoga all wrong when I read this: “yoga was born for the sole purpose of opening the body to prepare it for MEDITATION”. WOW, I mean if someone told me that Yoga was invented to help me to focus… to MEDITATE better, instead of just stretching my muscles beyond limits I never really wanted them to go, I would have signed up years ago mainly because I am a HUGE (pun relatively intended. LOL!) FAN of MEDITIATION!