We will all need as much compassion as possible–for others and ourselves–for the great amount of work ahead of there is to be any meaningful healing and sustainability.
I remembered this tonight.
Being free from worry is not the same as being free from challenges of embodiment–internal and external. A key point, for me, of living with attention (mindfully), is learning how better to prepare to address challenges or to avoid them,… (READ MORE)
What is it when it seems like something is a sign or a perfectly timed message? Is it a moment of clarity or more illusion? The teachings say that diligent practice over a period of time with the right teachers… (READ MORE)
I took the day off from work today to attend an all-day teacher training with Cyndi Lee at Willow Street Yoga. Cyndi invited us to ask ourselves how our yoga teaching informs our practice and how our practice (and the… (READ MORE)
I have long contemplated whether one could consider being simultaneously being engaged in day to day affairs and also in blissful meditation to be the ideal sense of bi-location–is that being in two places at once.
I was told today that the Turks have a saying: “don’t believe in fortune telling, but don’t live without it.” That is something like my relationship with the yoga sadhana: don’t believe it’s promises, but don’t live without it. The… (READ MORE)