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Tag Archives: philosophy

Disturbing, disturbable, disturbed… or not!

As they say, “wherever you go, there you are”! As a great man once said… “Q. You know why I’m happy? A. Because I not unhappy!”. You may instinctively laugh at this moment. Great post on such opportunities.

How to Do Yoga Backwards

There are amazing athletes in yoga class. They do perfect poses. My mind wonders “must one be a perfect athlete to get the best out of our asanas?”. My heart knows the truth: all are welcome and the journey is the teacher, not the destination (in this case, the pose). In this article, a yogi […]

Yoga International Online is Delightful

Yoga International @himalayanorg is an online resource containing everything that they done in their printed format, in an on-line format, along with everything that they will do, too. That is really super. It is delightful to dig into a topic or idea in such an accessible manner. The digital membership pass is so amazingly priced, […]

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

Paul recommended this book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking. Sounds pretty interesting.

Settling Into Windows

If you haven’t used Windows for a few years then plan on taking 6 weeks before settling back into it. Most things you felt were “issues” will simply disappear.

Giovanni Burlando’s Vision

Giovanni Burlando’s Vision via MilVinMoto. That feels good.

First Hatha at YogaOne @yogaonemke Fox Point Report

On Sunday I attended the “Vinyasa Flow L1-2″ class. Catherine taught it in Fox Point. This was my first class in a long, long time. Too long. It was so great to get back. Catherine is a delightful teacher and she taught a delightful class. Let me elaborate. I haven’t done hatha for a long, […]

Where Everything is an Opportunity

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” — Rumi The luminosity in this poem is… I am speechless. The expansiveness of it is just so beautiful. Via YogaInternational.

The Practice of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is easily practiced. For means to move forward. Give means to allow and enable. Every single action, word, and movement are an opportunity for you to practice forgiveness. That is very, very cool!

Teaching Fun

Whenever you see them, encourage those who are not having fun to take personal responsibility for their predicament. Take it is an opportunity to teach them how you have fun, because they may have never learned how, and your kindness and gentleness can help you to teach them one of the most important lessons of […]