Raw Food = Living Food
The raw food diet craze may have started in the Western world in the 1980s with Harvey and Marilyn’s best selling book, Food for Life, but the consumption of ‘living foods’ goes back centuries, even eons. The expression, you are what you eat, doesn’t just mean superficially or metaphorically. You can eat foods devoid of life, or sustain it with the life-giving force of lig Read More
Coming Up with Nothin?
By: Brian Leaf, M.S. And Author of Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi
We’ve all experienced it. In our most pathetic, clingy, desperate hour of need, the Universe delivers … absolutely nothing.
It seems a sick joke, but, in fact, whatever force or God runs the show seems not to respond to disempowered displays of self-pity. She seems, instead, to respond generously to empowered non-at Read More
Breaking Addictions With Yoga
This article is offered by Paige Taylor of Forever Recovery
An earlier blog post got me thinking about breaking habits, and I started to wonder if yoga could go a step further and help break addictions, which I suppose could be looked at as really intense bad habits. Addictions are damaging to both our physical and spiritual health. Since the mind-body connection rejuvenates the spirit Read More
Shamanistic Cave Paintings
Yoga science is possibly the remnants of ancient shamanistic practices. Its miscellany have been excavated in Greenland, Siberia, Nepal and Kazakhstan. It has been around since Paleolithic times. The yogis in the ancient Himalayas were essentially seeking to strip themselves of their limited perception. This is the way of the shaman. Fusion with the natural world is a means to strip away Read More