Oh Poor Addicted Me – a response

Raj’s blog on Spiritual Nourishment – Oh Poor Addicted Me Dear Raj, you really see clearly and say it like it is. ( not always pretty, hey!) We are addicted, individually, corporately, globally. I used to think we are the problem, too. But now. I see us...

Getting the most out of your Yoga practice

  Hari Om, Yogistas!   I would like to introduce a short series about Yoga and how it effects us as we practice. photo credit: lululemon athletica Yoga is known as a calming, refreshing, though sometimes challenging, practice of stretches, balances and...

Yoga Vidya Dham the Gurukul (University)

Voices harmonise in the deep calming quietness of the mantra. In darkness the figures sit, shrouded in their shawls. Stars shine out in the black of the morning sky. Venus, a piercing spot, the moon, a heavy crescent of light. The figures sit in silence. Then, bowing,...

Rules Of The Road, Indian Style

When I was researching the Gurugita in Sanskrit and English, I came across this on a very scholarly Sanskrit site. I laughed my head off and asked Rajiv if I could put a copy on my site too. He say ‘Sure. Go for it’. Good Man! Rules Of The Road, Indian Style Traveling...