Since arriving in Santa Fe late this afternoon, I’ve encountered many of the Hindu pantheon, almost more prevalent than who is indigenous or long settled here, but that’s probably just due to the first places I walked. Fitting perhaps since… (READ MORE)
There were lots of images of Hanuman around where we were in the hills. I come home after this long break–far enough away and for a long enough time to be able to gain perspective–and think, given that I have… (READ MORE)
Today, instead of going with the group to visit a Hanuman temple a couple of valleys away (which entailed at least two hours each way of hairpin turns and going through a construction zone so dusty tying a t-shirt or… (READ MORE)
I’ve just arrived in Vrindavan. I have been advised to hold on to my glasses. The monkeys like to grab them and hurl them to the ground.
Sri Chakra and a Rhetorical question from a Douglas Brooks lecture on YogaGlo that caught my attention while I was drawing.
This morning, a friend suggested that if he took into account the needs of others when making plans, all he would be doing is serving others, and he would never get to do what he wants. “Why would I want… (READ MORE)
On the walk from the dentist back to the office. I wonder how many civil servants think about Hanuman on their way to work.
Last month, Sianna Sherman taught a weekend workshop at Willow Street Yoga. At the beginning of one of the segments of the workshop, she talked about the story of the monkey god Hanuman and his leap to Lanka (he did… (READ MORE)