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This month’s roundup features some touchy topics: sexuality, freedom of expression, yoga pants, and the combination of all three.Our Sponsors Yoga Teacher InsuranceIs your Yoga practice at risk? Get insurance… Read More→
Piano compositions predominate in this month’s collection of music for yoga—perhaps because slow and spacious piano has a strong affect on creating the introspection that autumn invokes. Whatever the reason, we… Read More→
Pain, unhappiness, criticism, and impatience are all common ills of an out-of-whack ego. The ancient yogis believed that ego, or Ahamkara, is the primary source of suffering. This Sanskrit term translates… Read More→
A new study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University suggests that the stress-reducing power of yoga and mindfulness can be a powerful tool in helping disadvantaged women cope with symptoms… Read More→
This month’s yoga link roundup includes stories that are funny, unusual, and serious. Sometimes we need a mix of all three.Our Sponsors Ixia PressInspiring new books on spirituality & wellness…. Read More→
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There are three classes of devotees. The lowest one says, "God is up there," and he points to heaven. The mediocre devotee says that God dwells in the heart as the "Inner Controller." But the highest devotee says: "God alone has become everything. All things that we perceive are so many forms of God."