Becoming Who You Are, plus 3 Meditations (7 Audio Downloads)


This package includes downloads of:

Becoming Who You Are – A deep journey inwards to reclaim the spaces we have lost, uncover our roots in nature, and release the beauty and wisdom of our soul. Using breath, sound, asana, creative inspiration, our energy roots, the power of the back body, and our connection with nature, we discover a deeper sense of who we are and of being truly alive. Four 75-90-minute complete practices.

Receiving the Breath and Body-  In this 40 minute savasana (lying down meditation) Angela guides the listen to deeply rest and drop inside while communicating with, listening to, and receiving the different parts of the body and breath, releasing tension, and allowing more comfort, ease, and freedom. Includes Tibetan Bowl music by

Chakra Meditation with Strap- A 35-minute meditation guiding the listener on an exploration though the chakras using a rolled strap (as pictured) to bring awareness to each chakra.

Communicating With the Left and Right Sides-  In this 28-minute session, the listener is guided through a 16 minute conversation with their left and right sides, followed by 12 minutes of music for free exploration.

All the audio has been edited so it is easy to follow along with nothing to see. You will receive the downloads instantly upon check out.


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Review by Richard Rosen (Master yoga teacher, author, and co-founder of Yoga Journal):

It’s my carefully considered opinion that any new instructional material from Angela Farmer (or husband Victor van Kooten for that matter) begs no review. Did Angela make it? That’s reason enough to buy a copy of whatever it is, nothing else is needed. But I agreed to write this anyway, so please read on. A good many yoga teachers nowadays are more like physical fitness coaches than Patanjali. Nothing terribly wrong with that, but I should warn you that Angela doesn’t offer run-of-the-mill right-foot-in left-foot-out or exhale-and-jump-to-whatever instructional script. A  practice with her is instead a gradually unfolding self-investigation. Her asanas remind me of improv dance, except slowed way down so that every movement is an authentic revelation of your own body, unlike a typical asanas which are predetermined shapes imposed from without. Her instruction too is extraordinary, weaving personal anecdotes and insights with directive imagery that, while striking and thought provoking, is still down-to-earth (and even rooted in the earth) and immediately relatable. Her intent in all this is the same as it’s been for the long line of yoga masters stretching back two-and-a-half millennia to yoga’s time-shrouded origin: to lead us on a “deep journey inward,” as the CD cover well describes it, and bring us face-to-face with our true Self , the “who you are”(what we do after that, I believe, is up to each of us alone).

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