Chiara Capello

Yoga teacher and Visual Artist in Brussels

Mind and Body Week 2

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Here we are in week 2 of the Masterkey system. I am so happy, grateful and enthusiast to be in this journey. More and more, I learn to connect deeply to myself. This incredible adventure never stops..When I meditate, I try to find that magic spot where there is only pure silence, peace, immobility, between the thoughts. I work every day to make this spot last longer. In there, I find all the answers I need, everything is just right there. It is also the source of creativity. We cannot find creative ideas, if we are in a rush. A lot of time and space in the mind is needed to reach that creative state. When we make space in our minds, we release the control of the ego and we allow new amazing experiences to flow towards us (manifestation, law of attraction, see the video below of Eckhart Tolle). We get new insights, our intuition speaks to us, sometimes leading us to epiphany.

When I started yoga, 13 years ago, I immediately understood that it was not only about physical exercise, there was so much more. Why is that? What is the difference between yoga and other sports? The difference is in the awareness of the body. When we start practicing yoga, we connect to the body at a deeper level. We start listening to the body, when normally we really do not care about it. We stay in the mind all the time, deeply involved in useless thoughts, we eat mindlessly (not mindfully), we do not exercise etc.etc. The body adapts to all, but unfortunately its own intelligence is gone, completely suppressed…then, after a while, the body start manifesting through pain. What we do? We take medicines, so we can continue to abuse the body in any ways. When we do yoga, we start listening and taking care of the body and this is the commencement of a huge path of awareness that eventually can lead us very far. Releasing tensions in the body, eating healthy food, meditate, will lead to more consciousness of the mechanism of the body, mind, ego and the soul.

So yoga brought me right here, where I am, with all the Masterkey tools and the 7 Laws of the mind in my hands to use without moderation. I encourage all of you to start this path toward yourself. You won’t regret it, I promise. (I always keep my promises:)

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Author: Chiara Capello

Chiara is a Certified Sampoorna Yoga and Meditation Teacher (RYT 500), Children’s Yoga Teacher (RCYT 95), Yin Yoga Instructor (130 hours) and Reiki practitioner. She comes from Italy, but now she lives in Belgium. Living in an international environment, she speaks Italian, English, French and German. Chiara’s yoga and meditation path started in 2003, in Brussels, during a stressful period at work. She soon experienced the fullness of the practice and the transformation in the body and mind through the system developed by Shri Yogi Hari, called “Sampoorna Yoga”: the Yoga of Fullness. The enthusiasm for yoga and meditation changed the course of her life and career. After experiencing different Yoga styles and meditation techniques, in 2012 and 2013 she took the Sampoorna Yoga Teacher Training Course with Shri Yogi Hari. The same year (2012), Chiara left her job as a lawyer and now dedicates her time fully to sharing yoga and meditation with children, families and adults. She loves teaching and practising meditation and yoga. It helps her remain strong, grounded and happy and enables her to deal with the ups and downs of life. A daily meditation practice is an essential part of her life. ----- Chiara é un’insegnante certificata in Sampoorna yoga e meditazione (500 ore), yoga per bambini (95 ore) e Yin Yoga (130 ore), oltre che praticante di Reiki. E’ italiana di origine, ma ora vive in Belgio. Siccome vive in un ambiente internazionale, parla Italiano, Inglese, Francese e Tedesco. Il suo cammino di yoga e meditazione comincia nel 2003 a Bruxelles, durante un periodo stressante al lavoro. In quel frangente, Chiara fu conquistata dall’impatto della pratica sul proprio corpo e mente, grazie al sistema sviluppato da Shri Yogi Hari, chiamato Sampoorna Yoga: lo yoga della pienezza. L’entusiasmo per lo yoga e la meditazione cambio’ cosi’ il corso della sua vita e carriera. Dopo aver sperimentato diversi stili di yoga e meditazione, nel 2012 e 2013 decide di diventare insegnante di Sampoorna Yoga con Shri Yogi Hari. Nello stesso anno ( 2012) , Chiara lascia il suo lavoro di giurista ed ora dedica tutto il suo tempo per diffondere lo yoga e la meditazione tra i bambini, le famiglie e gli adulti che cercano la calma interiore, in un mondo pieno di stimoli continui. Ama insegnare e praticare lo yoga e la meditazione. Questo la aiuta a rimanere forte e felice, in modo da affrontare con facilità e leggerezza gli alti e bassi della vita. La meditazione quotidiana é ormai divenuta una parte essenziale e irrinunciabile della sua vita.

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  1. Great to read your post this week; I can relate so well 🙂 Glad that you’re on this path. And thanks for sharing your experiences !

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