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Posts made in December, 2011

The New Democratization of Web Content, Why Yogis Need a Tip Jar

Posted by on Dec 30, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you picture an acetic with a long beard, roaming through the streets of Goa, Dharamsala, or the borders of Tibet, you often assume he has chosen to live free of material entrapment and to some degree you would be right. The truth is, he uses a begging bowl to eat, bathe and sleep. Though his spiritual aim may be high, his material needs are just as mundane as yours and mine. While I agree the world is replete w Read More

Great Book on Yoga Anatomy

Posted by on Dec 30, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Great Book on Yoga Anatomy
Many of my students ask me what books I recommend on yoga anatomy and while there are many, Leslie Kaminoff is succinct enough not to be boring and detailed enough to really educate you. I highly recommend this book.  Yoga Anatomy Read More

Kabbalic, Christian, Tibetan Buddhist and Muslim Yoga

Posted by on Dec 30, 2011 in Breaking News, Meditation, Normal, Popular, Pranayama, Yoga & Science, Yoga History | 0 comments

Kabbalic, Christian, Tibetan Buddhist and Muslim Yoga
The Young Poet Rumi Wisdom will follow all those who seek it with an open heart and unattached mind. Yoga has no religion, but Universal spiritual foundations. The aim of yoga, no matter one’s religion is to make room for a better version of yourself, or more specifically, to help you relearn the perfect you. Even if you approach yoga from a  more scientific point of you, there is Universal truth Read More

Releasing Anger With Yoga

Posted by on Dec 28, 2011 in Meditation, Normal, Popular, Uncategorized, Yoga & Science | 0 comments

Releasing Anger With Yoga
Krishna makes it very clear, “From anger comes delusion, from delusion loss of memory, from loss of memory ruination of discrimination, from ruination of discrimination the man perishes.” Often our anger stems not from present circumstances, but from hurts or rebuffs of the past. It can be very difficult to let a seeming slight go but it is imperative not only for our continued spiritual advancement, Read More