I am as far as one can get from being an urban yoga practitioner. My husband and I choose to live a life of voluntary simplicity in a semi remote location. We waste not and want not. As we chose to drop out of the consumer driven society and are unimpressed with the unrelenting advertising that assails and assaults us when traveling to the city, we are uncomfortable when evidence of misguided yoga connected marketing success shows up on our shore. Continue reading “Life Lessons: Aparigraha (non-grasping)”
My friend, Jonathan has published his informative and insightful “how-to” post Allow Gratitude to Transform Your Life:
We can actually train ourselves to search for, discover, and focus on legitimate reasons to feel grateful and appreciative.
Together we can inspire 1,000,000 people with this video – please share it with the people you care about!
This video from http://www.Spiritual-Short-Stories.com combines beautiful pictures, inspiring music, and a touching story to help empower people to live more fully. Continue reading “Life Is Like A Cup of Coffee”
Meditation is a method for synchronizing body and mind in the present moment. When the body and mind are in sync, we are naturally relaxed, alert, open, and aware, and we experience ourselves and the world in a direct, unmediated way, without conceptual filters. It is this direct experience of the fullness, vitality, and splendor of life that is the gift of meditation.
Below is one of the top three selections that will appear on the YouTube homepage to raise awareness of several pressing human rights issues.