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Category Archives: The Yamas & Niyamas
“Take your medicine first.” – Narvada Puri The word medicine conjures up many unpleasant memories from my childhood. I can almost taste the medicine my parents gave me when I was sick so that I would feel better. They always … Continue reading
“Practice that ignites our inner fire, brings out our inner radiance, and makes us vibrant and energetic is tapas.” -Pandit Rajmani Tigunait Who of us would not like to have more vibrancy and inner glow? After all, isn’t this the … Continue reading
We must forgive reality for being what it is. – Richard Rohr [paraphrased] When we are constantly embracing the moment or fighting against it, we turn this world into a problem to be solved. Think about this. Our constant tactic … Continue reading
“We are confused about what is going to make us happy.” -Sam Harris The times we live in seem like an impossible place to find contentment. There are outer voices luring us to buy, to fear, to despair. There is … Continue reading
David Brooks, in his book The Road to Character, makes a distinction between what he calls “resume virtues” and “eulogy virtues”. Brooks defines resume virtues as the accomplishments that contribute to external success, while eulogy virtues are the ones that … Continue reading
Have you ever taken the plunge to commit to eating better? Somewhere along the line, you decided that fast food and candy bars were not giving you the kind of vitality and wellbeing you wanted from your body? Maybe you … Continue reading
“Possessiveness is nourishment for the ego.” -Rajneesh Imagine that you were a person of great influence and power. Imagine that you had so much power that you could fire people, start wars, negotiate shady deals, and make others dance to … Continue reading