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Many of us approach yoga and meditation in a haphazard way, practicing only when it is convenient or desirable to us. While this approach is acceptable for a grihasta, or householder, it will… Read More→
Looking for some top-notch gift suggestions for your yoga-loving or yoga-curious friends and family? Or perhaps you’re a well-practiced yogi searching for a few gift-worthy items to put on your… Read More→
Family gatherings, holiday parties, and gift shopping can all easily combine to make the joyful holiday season feel more tense and stressful than festive and relaxing. We’ve put together this… Read More→
Gratitude is a simple, yet powerful, form of mindfulness that deepens our connection to the beautiful people, places, events, and things in our world. Fostering and expressing thankfulness can also… Read More→
The practice of gratitude has deep roots in yoga, with even the earliest yogic texts—like Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, compiled prior to 400 CE—encouraging positive emotion practices as a way to… Read More→
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Praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and sorrow come and go like the wind. To be happy, rest like a giant tree, in the midst of them all.