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Meghan Green

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Here's a video on YouTube I found that shows you how to do the Harlem Shake. It's not those silly dances videos you see all over YouTube, it's the original, old-fashion Harlem Shake. Enjoy!

Posted in Harlem Shake (meme)

This is a posterior view of the heart (look at the back of the heart).

Posted in Heart

This is a midsection cut of the heart (essential cut in half). Notice the difference between the left and right atrium and ventricle of the heart and the different muscles associated with the flow of blood.

Posted in Heart

This is the anterior view of the heart inside the chest cavity. Notice that the heart sits right on top of the diaphragm.

Posted in Heart

This is a view of the heart inside the chest cavity along with other organs such as the right and left lungs and the diaphragm.

Posted in Heart

This is Child's Pose. This pose can be used after a very difficult stretch or to help you concentrate on breathing. Enjoy!

Posted in Yoga

This is Downward Facing Dog. It's a very relaxing pose and is a starting pose for most extreme positions. Read the instructions carefully and make sure you concentrate on your breathing. As my yoga instructor might say, "If you're not breathing, it's not yoga." Enjoy!

Posted in Yoga

This is the second form of Sun Salutation. It's kind of difficult for a beginner so I suggest looking up the first from of Sun Salutation if this one is too hard. Enjoy!

Posted in Yoga

1) Yama Attitudes toward our environment - comprising "ahisma", the Hindu ethic of non-violence, restraint from lying, stealing, and greed. 2) Niyama Attitudes toward ourselves - comprising cleanliness, serenity, study, devotion, and asceticism. 3) Asana Posture practice - positioning of the body while incorporating the breath to achieve a greater awareness in the mind 4) Pranayama Breath control - energizing and balancing of the mind-body through the stilling and flow of breath and prana. 5) Pratyahara Sense-withdrawal - relaxation and internalization of the senses in order to activate the mind. 6) Dharana Concentration - focusing and holding of the attention. 7) Dhyana Meditation - prolonged concentration fills the whole consciousness. 8) Samadhi Ultimate state of self-realization - absorbed concentration leads to the "ecstatic" state, the "awakened" state, or liberation.

Posted in Yoga

This website consists of everything you would need to know about not only Anubis, God of the Dead, but also on the culture of ancient Egypt. Check it out, it's worth a look!

Posted in Anubis