Monthly Archives: March 2012

What Yoga Means to You

Namaste Yogis, We will be on vacation the first week of April, so I won’t be posting my regular blog offerings. I would like to stay in touch and ask you to share here what Yoga means to you! Blessings, … Continue reading

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Visoka va Jyotishmati

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Last week we focused on Abhyasa and Vairagya, or sustained practice over a significant amount of time (Abhyasa) and complete detachment as to the results (Vairagya).  Another powerful tool the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali offers us is Visoka va Jyotishmati.  … Continue reading

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Hungry for Change

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You are what you eat. This simple saying holds great wisdom and truth. In practicing Ayurveda, among the very first considerations we have when seeing a client is the quality of their diet. A new documentary, entitled Hungry for Change, … Continue reading

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Abhyasa & Vairagya

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Among the many powerful teachings of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is the practice of Abhyasa & Vairagya. This is devoted and sustained practice over a significant amount of time (Abhyasa) and complete detachment as to the results (Vairagya). We … Continue reading

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The Yoga of Selfless Service

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Karma Yoga is the Yoga of Selfless Service. This service is called Seva, and involves offering all of our activities to the Divine. Through service to others we release self-centeredness, diminish the ego’s control and come more fully into the … Continue reading

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Miracles Abound

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This is a picture of my garage. I drive up through the alley to park here. Down at the bottom of the garage door (in the shadow where you can barely see it) is a metal grate. This is for … Continue reading

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Asteya – the Yoga of Non-Stealing

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Among the very most important texts in Yoga is the Yoga Sutras, written by the sage Patanjali in the 2nd Century, BC. In it he articulates eight limbs which comprise the “Royal Path” of Yoga.  The first limb, or Yamas, … Continue reading

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