What is yoga?

Yoga is the science of right living and, as such, is intended to be incorporated in daily life. It works on all aspects of the person: the physical, vital, mental, emotional, psychic and spiritual. The word yoga means ‘unity’ or ‘oneness’ and is derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means ‘to join’. This unity …

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The Hero’s Quest

The story of a common person in an epic journey. The path is long and treacherous; the odds are insurmountable. Overpowered, outwitted and outnumbered. Again and again, mortality is questioned. Again and again there are miraculous escapes and unexpected allies. The hero repeatedly steps into the unknown, love for purpose outshining the fear and doubt. …

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The Value of Generosity

Generosity feels good. To receive spontaneously without asking, to give without being asked, to even witness acts of generosity feels good. This alone might be reason enough to cultivate generosity. If we go a little deeper, we discover that value of generosity can be more subtle, profound and deep reaching. For example, it is impossible to …

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The Four Life Transformations

It has long been understood that this is a causal universe, and the fundamental law of nature is change. Just like any living system, a baby caterpillar growing into an adult is a process of constant change. Then something remarkable happens: metamorphosis. This is an obliteration into change and the entire perception of reality changes. It is …

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Vipassana and Yoga

“Inhale, right arm up!” One of my earliest childhood memories is of being in a large open playing field of our school, among about a thousand little children neatly measured in rows and columns, all wearing white t-shirts and shorts. The physical education teacher was in front with a megaphone shouting out instructions while we …

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