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The 3-Body Workout with Huy Lam
September 17, 2010 15:10

The 3-Body Workout
Huy Lam

The 3-Body Workout (sometimes called "Integral Kata") covers all the bases: physical, subtle, and causal. This routine can be scaled up or down, expanding or shortening any of its segments. The standard version (represented here) takes about 10 minutes, and can be used as an effective daily practice. We also teach an expanded version that takes about an hour. If you're pressed for time, and feel you just need to get in touch with your three bodies, the 10-Minute Module is an excellent way to go...

The 3-Body Workout (sometimes called "Integral Kata") covers all the bases: physical, subtle, and causal. This routine can be scaled up or down, expanding or shortening any of its segments. The standard version (represented here) takes about 10 minutes, and can be used as an effective daily practice. We also teach an expanded version that takes about an hour. If you're pressed for time, and feel you just need to get in touch with your three bodies, the 10-Minute Module is an excellent way to go. The 3-Body Workout begins with Ever-Present Suchness, or the is-ness of all things. The practice is grounded, first, by simply noticing That which never changes, in which all things arise (the causal), and invoking the free relationship of consciousness to all conditions. The workout then proceeds to exercise all three of your bodies—physical, subtle, and causal—in an integrated way. It ends witha meditation that prepares you to re-enter the world with presence and clarity.

For the full hour-length module, please check out the Integral Life Practice Kit.

 

 

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