In the book Prakriti, Dr. Robert E. Svodboda offers an entirely different paradigm for loosing weight. I highly recommend reading his book to attain further understanding. Here are some of the principles he puts forth…
“Your pulse is a reflection of the rhythm in your life.” I found that beautiful. I also knew I was screwed. If that statement were indeed true, my heart would surely reveal my secret. And it did. My pulse was erratic… a perfect reflection of the way I had been living.
When we mine all situations as ways to meaningfully engage in the purpose of our lives we demonstrate a great enlightened virtue, conducting a masterpiece of life through inspired conduct and powerful participation!
If our ultimate goal is to build a life-affirming society based on wisdom and compassion, then we must begin to build those qualities by walking our talk and cultivating the health our bodies.
What do we do when our “treasury of worms” crawls to the surface of awareness? These are the times when we find out who we are.
Cultivating the Humanity of Our Children through body-based Education The learning of and value placed in intellectual information is detrimental to human beings when enacted too early. This type of learning stimulates brain activity in ways that should come later and therefore does not allow for the type of brain development that should be [...]
Photo: Vectorportal Energy of Mind: A Sauhu Therapy This is the 10th and final blog in an ongoing series of a yogin’s intentional “crimes against wisdom.” This series is highlighting my experience of purposefully ignoring 10 years of training in yoga, meditation, ayurveda and psychology in favor of performing typical current cultural behaviors of [...]
In dharma-speak the route to freedom entails fully “arriving” in our actual situation – being fully here in body, mind and energy results in radical health and happiness. This means painstakingly eliminating buffers. But that’s not say easy when we live amidst an all we can eat buffer buffet!
Not only do I want my boy to see me with a sparkle in my eye, vibrant, nimble, active and full of vigor but I also want him to see me living in a sacred way, low to the earth, still and quiet, deep in meditative prayer.
This is the 2nd blog in an ongoing series of a yogin’s intentional “crimes against wisdom.” This series will highlight my experience of purposefully ignoring 10 years of training in yoga, meditation and ayurveda in favor of performing typical current cultural behaviors of modernity.