There can be no shadow without light, no light without dark. This is the great paradox. And so while we like to sort such opposing energies separate and away from each other, the truth is, they are not separate at all.
Dr. Shyam Ranganathan explains the process of translating spiritual texts; how belief systems, both conscious and unconscious, can influence our interpretations; and why logic is better than experience in deciphering ethics.
Shanna Small is a writer and Yoga teacher who speaks to the intersectionality of Yoga and social justice. Shanna’s finds joy in making the Ashtanga practice accessible.
There is a natural process that cannot be rushed. Some things need time to ripen. And some things are also, well worth the wait.
In today’s episode, we sit down with Mary Taylor and Richard Freeman to talk about their new book, When Love Comes to Light: Bringing Wisdom from the Bhagavad Gita into Modern Life.
Rather than avoid or deny our anger, we need to get closer. Because beneath that anger is a wound that needs love and a hurt that needs to heal.
January’s full moon is named for the wolf because one legend is, that it in the dead of winter, hungry wolves will howl at the moon. But how true is that?
It is not the politicians, priests, or gurus who lead us astray, but our impulse to follow and rely on them rather than do our own foraging within.
With elements of air and wind, fall is vāta season. It’s dry, windy, light, and constantly moving. But don’t get swept away! Instead, stay centered with these healing practices from Ayurveda.
Meghan and I are excited to share a little something new we are making for you: It’s a yoga practice journal: A Field Guide to the 8-Limbed Path.