Change your life in just seven minutes a day with the revolutionary practice that will open your body and psyche to gratifying levels of personal and sexual intimacy. Read this book, says Deepak Chopra.
Your Seven-Minute Wonder is the profoundly uplifting, empowering, yet simple solution to the cause of all human discontent: the lack of intimacy. As myriad techniques from meditation to yoga to obsessive exercise regimens become more and more popular this special breathing technique is all you need to satisfy your intimate relationships. Requiring just seven minutes a day, this physical practice combines healthful breathing and synchronistic body movement. The in-and-out breath cycle, which Mark Whitwell carefully delineates, activates the deep male-female polarity within each of us, regardless of sex. The practice is effortless, and practitioners report that their well-being, vitality, sexuality, self-awareness, and true desires are awakened immediately and dramatically.
"The Promise of Love, Sex, and Intimacy" is a wise, powerful, and easy-to-follow roadmap for a profoundly life-changing practice of intimacy and human connection.
About the Author
Mark Whitwell has enjoyed a life long relationship with the yoga teachings of T. Krishnamacharya, and with his son and primary disciple T.K.V. Desikachar, whose students have had a major impact on yoga in the West. Whitwell was editor and contributor to Desikachar s classic book, "The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice." This tradition teaches that yoga must be adapted to the individual to be successful. Yoga postures, or asanas, exist to support the breath and thereby enhance the human being s direct absorption of the vital and nurturing essence of Life. The goal of yoga is not to achieve gymnastic extremes. For Whitwell authentic yoga is simply moving and breathing and is the birthright of all humanity.
Mark Whitwell is the founder of the non-profit organization Heart of Yoga which provides yoga education worldwide. He may be contacted at www.heartofyoga.com.