Looking forward to Restorative Yoga weekend with Rhoda Miriam at Grateful Yoga in Evanston, IL in October!
Humans and animals are instinctively motivated by four natural urges that bind us to this world. They are self-preservation, sleep, sex, and food. Yoga psychology teaches that fears, emotions, desires, and poor habits are derived from imbalances in these four urges. Virtually all adverse behaviors can be traced to them. This is Nature’s hold on… Continue reading Nature’s Hold
The Bhagavad Gita tells us to consistently practice meditation and remember God.
Yoga is a science that teaches us to quiet body, the energy field and the mind, in that order, so we may then forget them and absorb back into the realm of Cosmic Consciousness.
“Gratitude—like love and empathy—creates a biochemical shift in the body. Here’s how you can activate the power of gratitude in your life.” by: Deepak Chopra, M.D. The mind-body connection is quickly coming of age. We’ve moved from the early stage when researchers were challenged to prove that our thoughts affect our bodies. The next stage… Continue reading How Gratitude Can Make You Healthier
@BarbaraHubbard’s Tweet: “When we connect with each other, we can see the possibility within our lifetime of shifting the energy on this earth.” When we connect with each other, we can see the possibility within our lifetime of shifting the energy on this earth. — Barbara Marx Hubbard (@BarbaraHubbard) November 20, 2015
Yoga teaches that we can both enjoy the world and give up our attachments to its charms.