yogic flying


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yogic flying

[ˌjəʊgɪkˈflaɪɪŋ] Nlevitación f yóguica
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yogic flying

nyogisches Fliegen
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THE craze for yogic flying seems to have lost some of its spring of late.
She's trying to take the country out on that rope with her, and that's harder than yogic flying.
It turns out that Smith is a member of the Natural Law Party and practices yogic flying. He did study at The Maharishi University of Management, but as far as I can see, his only real qualification is that of a swing dance instructor.
"You see, those who practise transcendental meditation regard yogic flying as a natural extension of the conventional exercises.
Harrison, who was to later become the Maharishi's disciple and an advocate of Transcendental Meditation and "yogic flying", answered: "We don't know about that."
Forget about chanting, om-ing and high altitude yogic flying. This is a down-to-earth approach to meditation through walking.
Forget about chanting, om-ing and high-altitude yogic flying. This is more of a down-to-earth approach to meditation through walking.
He's so laidback he's taken up yogic flying, but deserves the boost of rapid rehabilitation from his latest injury, a dislocated kneecap.
But while the Maharishi promised world peace, and cynics laughed at his wacky teachings and yogic flying, sinister stories of sex, debauchery, and even murder cast dark shadows over his life.
Lynch described himself as an advanced practitioner of TM who has experienced what the organization calls "Yogic Flying," in which, according to a Web site from the organization's Maharishi University of Management in Iowa, practitioners' bodies "spontaneously lift up" into the air "in a series of blissful hops."
The bonds will finance 3,000 Peace Palaces where his followers will practice yogic flying in which, writes Peter Carlson of The Washington Post, "meditators sort of hop around the room while sitting cross-legged."
He said: "If we have 1,000 people practising yogic flying morning and night, the crime rate in Coventry would go down.