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Rajas is one of the gunas—the three basic energetic constituents of the cosmos. The gunas are in a constant flux and they affect everything around us—energy, matter, and consciousness. Rajas… Read More→
Tamas is one of the three gunas—the main energetic constituents of the cosmos. The gunas are in a constant flux and they affect everything around us—energy, matter, and consciousness. Tamas… Read More→
Yogis need to feel cool, calm and comfortable, especially when practicing yoga on hot summer days. Too much summer warmth can aggravate the pitta dosha and create agitation, irritation, and… Read More→
The sounds of crickets, frogs, and thunderstorms signal summer’s approach. In this month’s list of new yoga music, we share similar contrasts of relaxed, soft, and nurturing music punctuated with… Read More→
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In truth, it matters les what we do in practice than how we do it and why we do it. The same posture, the same sequence, the same meditation with a different intention takes on an entirely new meaning and will have entirely different outcomes.