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March 20, 2019

This is the ultimate goal and promise of all Yogic Scriptures.

 
     I remember a time thinking, I have the “perfect” life, so why am I still unhappy? I felt so tired of filling myself up with temporary things to bring flashes of happiness & excitement, only to be foll...

March 20, 2019

     Why do we have such a hard time letting go?
I didn’t like this term detachment when I first started learning about it. I thought wouldn’t life be meaningless if I let go of everything? Maybe monks and Buddha’s can say this but how the heck is a 20 someth...

March 20, 2019

    Generally, we see Nandi sitting directly opposite the main door of the temple where Shiva's idol or Shivalingam is located.

He is not waiting for him to come out and say something.

He is in waiting.

Nandi is a symbolism of eternal waiting, because waiting is cons...

March 20, 2019

   There’s so much negative talk on Ego as if we all have some devil living inside all of us.

Ego or ahamkara in yogic psychology refers to the “I do-ership” faculty of the mind. There are four aspects of the mind: manas (perception through senses), chitta (memory)...

March 20, 2019

    When we deeply know that all we need can be found within us, what is there to steal?

I was contemplating abundance over the break and so many different reflections came up in ways I felt I was receiving abundance and also ways in which I was unconsciously block...

October 5, 2017

The ancient teachings of traditional Yoga offer us so many ways to manage and deal with the mind, unlike most of the Yoga practices that are merely outward practices. Yoga is a practice of self-realization, and everyone can benefit from generating more inward clarity o...

October 20, 2016

I’ve flirted with silence for a few years now. My first experience was 4 days in a cabin with no electricity and several mice on an island that I was dropped off at. There was no getaway. I was committed. Since then I’ve varied between 4-10 days at different locations...

March 11, 2016

 

We weren’t told much about where we were going, just that we were going somewhere special and that we would find out more as we went along. My Guru built the suspense about where we were going a few days earlier, saying “you are going someplace that is very important...

February 26, 2016

 

 

 

 

Before I left on my two-month Journey to India, I was asked the Question, “Why do you always go back to India? Why not visit other places in the world?”

 

It’s not that I don’t have a desire to see other places in the world, but as a Yogi, India holds such a powerful...

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