Handling truth

My favourite thing about practicing yoga is how it always brings me back to myself. In other words, it removes layers of worry, fatigue, and cloudiness, Continue reading “Handling truth”

Yogic faith

Feeling love for all things and carrying a sense of devotion around with you can bring you peace. Bringing the concept of “bhakti” (devotion) into your yoga practice and into your life will cultivate more love and peace in you. It may take a quantum leap of attitude and faith though. Is it for you?

The stream of yoga called “bhakti yoga”┬áis devotional in nature Continue reading “Yogic faith”

4 keys to keeping calm :)

There is one page in my beat up copy of The Yoga Sutras Of Patanjali that is dog-eared for quick access, and it is Sutra 1.33 (translated by Sri Swami Satchidananda):

“By cultivating attitudes of

  1. friendliness toward the happy,
  2. compassion for the unhappy,
  3. delight in the virtuous, and
  4. disregard toward the wicked,

…the mind-stuff retains its undisturbed calmness.” Continue reading “4 keys to keeping calm :)”

When the going gets rough [QUOTE]

Almost any activity can become an opportunity for learning about yourself….but it’s usually when the going gets rough that we have the greatest opportunity. –Donna Farhi