Here. I didn’t find it obvious. Not that my ignorance says anything about the pants :).
Men like wearing blue jeans or dress slacks. I do. Do they have them for Hatha Yoga? Probably not. I couldn’t find any. I found the next best thing: Thai Fisherman Pants.
Do Thai fisherman really wear these or not. It doesn’t matter because they work. They work fine for me. I can do Hatha in them. My test subjects: these and these. Not the worlds thickest material but it is still cotton and you can’t see through any of the areas that count. Good for you and everyone else in class.
Are they the same as the $100USD version? Probably not but I don’t care. I’ll worry about that later. You probably can too.
They cost less than $20USD. You don’t have to make any stressful commitments because you spent tons of money on your Yoga clothes. Why wait?
The Himalayan Institute Mission Membership shares everything that the Institute has got. Astounding. Lectures from Pandiji today and Swamiji from time ago. Workshops. You name it tons of great stuff. It is a way to participate in and mutually support this fine tradition.
The normal membership is free and it gives you limited access to tons of stuff. Great way to figure out whether you want to see more or not.
There is something for everyone from teachers to parents to you name it.
For example the classes on brain health and yoga for TBI recovery are awesome and you might want to watch them more than once :).
Denial is a powerful medicine. Maybe your friend is in denial and you don’t like it. Maybe you wanna have a straight talk with them to snap them out of it.
When you walk away you just left them with two problems instead of one.
I accept my limitations and I forgive myself for them
Did you know you can use the first 24 hours after a traumatic or disturbing event to mitigate its long term effects on your mind and body? Here’s how to begin.
A lot of us meditators feel like we can’t get our feet off the ground when it comes to our meditative practice. Typically it goes something like this:
- Meditate thirty minutes per day
- For seven days
- Then, never meditate again for six months
- Finally, the beginning and try again
Actually, that is fine because practice is practice. There is an easier way though that I call the ultimate meditation hack.
Do you have a story about a miracle that you personally experienced? A lot of us do. Even if you don’t, you might have a friend or family member close to you that shared their story. The surprising thing about everyone’s experience here though is that the experience itself is easily forgotten!
It is a surprising attribute. Miracles are supposed to change your life for the better. They are supposed to inspire you to change your lives, and the lives of others for the better. They are supposed to be deeply meaningful, but in the end… they are not. In fact, they might not even be memorable. There is some comfort here though, and that comfort resides inside you.
Everyone human contains a unique property in this world: there is no one like them and they are here for a reason. That is miraculous. That miracle is inside of them and it is always with them. That miracle is untarnishable and it has an even more important property:
That miracle inside of you hasn’t got an expiration date. You will never forget about it. To simply be who you are in this world is to share it. There isn’t anything that you need to tell anyone about it.
You are your own miracle without an expiration date. It is the sole reason for your having taken birth as a human. Your job is to figure out that reason and start living it as quickly as possible.
- The conscience never needs validation
- Seems is always unified, soothing, and practical.
- The mind usually makes you nervous
- You’re not really sure if it is the right thing to do
- You actually are a good person
- It isn’t a trick
- It will always be that way no matter what
- The soul and conscience are never tarnished.
- Where you should direct all your energy to make the world a better place
- Is where you should be
- Learn how to love all and exclude none
- That which creates sustainibility is good