Compatibility, Motive and Life Trajectory We at the Energy of Mind Group believe we all have a personal life trajectory. Our nadi is the distinct direction our life is fated to take in order to: Maximize our own personal health and happiness, and Maximize the net benefit we contribute to the world. Anything that we do […]
Usually we think of self-care as eating well, getting enough exercise or rest; or service to others as working at a soup kitchen. But maintaining an upright environment, inner and outer, is the way to authentic happiness, which radiates out as genuine public service in myriad forms.
No matter what culture, race, or religion we were reared in everyone in the world will associate the color red with sentiments such as anger, passion, dynamism, power, clarity, etc. These evocations are universal, primal and innate to us as human beings. Visualization practice simply capitalizes on this inherent human capacity.
A video blog documenting the first “Recovery” workout of a “Yogi Gone Bad”, after 2 months of intentionally ignoring natural wisdom in favor of performing culturally normal habits that deteriorate health and happiness.
There is only so much time in the relative world. Priorities matter. Our god is what we worship. What we worship is what we spend the most time thinking about, doing and pursuing.
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.
I really feel like shit. Seriously. I am not just saying this to make this blog exciting and dramatic. I am bloated, I feel tight everywhere, I have pain in my joints, and not more 30 minutes after showering I stink with sour b.o. In the previous 3 years I had completely thrown away deodorant. Now, it is a compassionate necessity.
This is the 3rd 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.
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.
I wanted to demonstrate both an open mind and heart with my family and also put my yogic development to the test by seeing how my state of being would be affected by “doing as the Romans do.”