Paul Nijar

Spiritual Insights on Your Everyday Troubles

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Yoga Do

Preview to Basic Yoga Do Class

Here’s a quick look at one of my students practising the Basic Level Yoga Do class in one of my one-on-one sessions.  This was taken from one of my one on one sessions that I was doing during the summer.  The student is in her 60’s and has a lot of physical limitations.  Despite her physical challenges she was able to participate in the full class.

She found a greater sense of peace beyond her ailments when practicing Yoga Do.  She would often tell me how her pace of thoughts have also slowed down upon completing each class which would send a ripple effect throughout the course of her day.


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meditation / spirituality

How to Tap Into the Good Vibrations Mon!


By Paul Nijar

Who are you? A question that many of us don’t even think about, rather we are more focused on what we look like over answering that question. Discovering our identity is more of a journey through an accumulation of different moments of our lives rather than a simple trip to the bathroom mirror.   No matter how long we stare in the mirror, it is difficult to discover what we are because what we see is an illusion. Continue reading

paulosophy / Spiritual Insight

Wake Up!

Every moment of our lives is an opportunity to awaken to our spiritual truth.  This can be done through so many different means.  It can be done through religion, drinking, laughing, eating, making love, the list will go on.  The problem is that many people stay superficially stuck within each method.  In order to awaken to your spiritual truth, one must go deep.  There are many layers that we must strip away at in order to have that reunion with our spirit. Continue reading

Spiritual Insight

Try Try Try & Try Again?!

We all try to do and be many things in life. As we try and try harder we may find struggle. The struggle sometimes detours us from continued efforts. The exhaustion that ensues from such efforts can be very emotionally taxing.

The most efficient means for doing anything is executed with the least amount of efforts. Rather than trying so hard, just BE. Trust in nature and allow it to take its course. Trust in your innate ability to get the job done as you are already equipped to do so.

-Yoga Do