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Posts Tagged ‘ philosophy ’

The Intersection Between Food, Life and Science | Tristan Krohn

May 28, 2014

Yoga, a self-exploratory science of inner discovery and union, serves as a tool to find oneself at balance and whole with the universe. An evolutionary process has led the ancient practices of yoga ... read more »

How Far Does the Practice of Yoga Asana Take You? | Morgan Lee

May 27, 2014

I wore a pedometer to this morning’s Mysore-style full primary practice to see how far the practice takes me within the confines of my 26-by-71-inch Manduka mat ... read more »

“Don’t Let a Good Crisis go to Waste,” and Other Spiritual Lessons Yoga Taught Me About Surviving a Tsunami | Kimberly Dunn

May 27, 2014

After surviving one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history, I was left with tremendous survivor’s guilt. ... read more »

Practicing my ABCs: Asana, Breath, Concentration and Connection | Erin Cowan

May 27, 2014

I am very passionate about being a student of yoga and approaching the practice as a beginner. I teach, but it is my curiosity, openness, and urge to grow as a student that most profoundly affects ... read more »

Walking in Beauty | Allison English

May 27, 2014

Imagine taking your taxes to your doctor and asking him or her to prepare them for you. This juxtaposition sounds funny because it is an incongruous match-up of skills and action ... read more »

Yoga and Self-Acceptance | Alexia Bauer

May 27, 2014

In Pema Chodron’s book “When Things Fall Apart,” she writes, “It is said that we can’t attain enlightenment, let alone feel contentment and joy ... read more »