We can set all the intentions that we want, we can live according to our dharma (whatever that means), but that will not stop the cosmic play. If setting particular and timely intentions (sankalpa) helps us to live day to… (READ MORE)
Sometimes we call out the names; sometimes they call out to us. I’ve been too tired and stressed to yearn for more adventures in the near term, but this week, I have found myself wanting to be in India, to… (READ MORE)
In which I encounter some more of the 330 million gods (mas o menos). (Notes: (1) Hindu philosophy speaks of 330 million gods, i.e. a bigger number than we can actually get our minds around, one for every person, giving… (READ MORE)
If only it were so easy. Perhaps it is.
Refining how and to what we say “yes” and “no” in the world is one of the purposes of the yoga practices. The dedicated yogin seeks ever-growing discernment (viveka) of his or her own limits for the purpose of living… (READ MORE)
I just received a yoga email advertising classes and workshops that quoted a well-respected teacher as saying not to listen to your mind and to listen only to your heart. I respectfully disagree. I do believe that if we listen… (READ MORE)