Category Archives: yoga

You’ve Got To Watch This Video

Mark Bertolini, Chairman and CEO of Aetna on CNBC “Squawk Box” discusses his experience dealing with injury and the role that mindfulness meditation, yoga, craniosacral therapy, accupuncture and naturopathy have had on his recovery. The initial segment is about the … Continue reading

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Yoga Ph.D. Book Review

Carol Horton, co-editor of 21st Century Yoga, has just published a new work, Yoga Ph.D: Integrating the life of the mind and the wisdom of the body This is a truly outstanding examination of yoga, and a perfect sister volume … Continue reading

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Yoga in the 21st Century: a book review

After spending months reading drafts of the pieces in this collection, I find myself feeling hopeful about the direction in which yoga is going. What I see in this collection is a fearless exploration of personal experience, an investigation of … Continue reading

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Mindfulness is Good, Right?

The Dalai llama argues that human kind is inherently good and that mindfulness allows our inner goodness, or Buddha nature to shine through. As proof he cites the fact that even the most psychopathic sociopath could not have survived infancy … Continue reading

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Weekend Mindfulness Retreat

The weekend we traveled to the Enchanted City, to enjoy a 3-day mindufulness meditation retreat. The event began Friday evening and concluded late Sunday afternoon with a 2 1/2 hour Autumn Seasonal Flow yoga class. Most of the participants were … Continue reading

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Living in a wired, umm wild, world

Here’s a great post from My inner Mystic. Please check it out. Living in a wired, umm wild, world.

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Tears of Joy

One thing that many people experience in yoga or meditation is tears. I attended a Max Strom workshop once in which Max related this to unearthing hidden emotional trauma. I think that this can be true and that there can … Continue reading

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