Category: Wisdom



 

Yoga and Human Rights

By Jivana Heyman “Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of…

The Power of Prayer

Excerpted from To Know Your Self, by Sri Swami Satchidananda Prayers transform themselves into actions. Actions offered up are prayers. In time every action is a prayer,…

 
 

The Heart Chakra: The Seat of Love and Grief

This blog is an excerpt from Karla’s book, The Chakras in Grief & Trauma. Release date April 18, 2019. Excerpts from Chapter 4, “Anahata, The Heart Chakra“…

The Search for Happiness

The Search for HappinessAn excerpt from To Know Yourself, by Sri Swami Satchidananda  The universe is full of life. You can see the life force constantly. Everything…

 
 

Talking About Tantra: An Interview with Raama Das

An Interview with Raama Das Often misunderstood, Tantra is a branch of Yoga that encompasses many schools and lineages and includes various practices and philosophical threads, much…

Embodying the Dharma: Yoga Practice for Buddhist Teachings

By Michael Lee, founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy   Yoga and Buddhism have much in common; although they are two distinct paths, there are many places…

 
 

Chains: A Poem by Tara (Becky) Eschenroeder

Chains By Tara (Becky) Eschenroeder   These chains that we create are just an illusion. Yes, that happened… and perhaps this will be. But NOW is reality…

Self-Compassion During Difficult Times

Excerpted from the book, Yoga for Grief and Loss: Poses, Meditation, Devotion, Self-Reflection, Selfless Acts, Ritual by Karla Helbert We live in a world overwhelmed with pain and…

 
 

Laugha Sutras

“The best remedy for any illness is laughter.” —Sri Swami Satchidananda “Friends find each other through laughter.” –Bharata Wingham “Levity relieves stress and ends the fear of death.”…

The Benefits of Obedience

Learning Obedience By Swami Vidyananda In most monastic traditions, the monks take vows of obedience (along with poverty and celibacy). You obey the rule of your monastic…

 

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