With more than 14 million practitioners over the age of 50, seniors make up one of the fastest-growing yoga demographics. While it may seem intimidating to jump into something new you’ve never done before, yoga and meditation offer several easy entry points. Whether you are a senior or a caregiver for a senior, here is a quick guide to getting started with yoga and meditation.Read More
Personally, I applied what she said in my life the day I heard her interview and every day since about authentic self forgiveness. I even dedicated my Ashtanga Mysore yoga practice solely to self-forgiveness the next morning and it felt amazing...Read More
Imagine waking up to the expansive view of terraced, morning sun lit green rice patties from your lanai in Ubud Bali, where the sound of a running stream down below you welcomes you to a fresh new morning as the birds chirp happily. This was my morning every day of this past week. Heavenly.
At first I was mesmerized by the beauty and culture of Ubud that flooded my day to day experience...Read More
Last Monday we explored the metaphor of a lotus flower blossoming and the layers of an onion peeling away, in order to shed the superficial layers of self, revealing the deeper inner Self.
But, what does this really mean? What are the layers anyway? And what is the need to shed them at all...Read More
Some people are already well off without a formal meditation practice - and some of us are already spontaneously in meditative states if we practice such things as the arts, music, or absorb ourselves in nature...Read More
Right now “mindfulness” and meditation are a big hype in our modern world. However these practices are timeless and have been engaged in for millennia in all kinds of spiritual traditions--even in pre-religious times when nature itself was revered...Read More