Real Intimacy is recognizing our borders – mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually – as opportunities to meet and grow, rather than as places to defend and keep others out.
December 28, 2011 by admin
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What is it about us that makes us sabotage our very own efforts to think, feel and act in ways that we know are good for us? Why don’t we really change when we know what we must do, what we want to do, in order to change?
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…
Lesson 6 in Ten Lessons for a Revolution – Identify, Clarify and Uphold your Values (link to lessons 1-5) Following the Occupy Wall Street Movement as it moves into the next phase of its development, I am inspired and grateful for the energy, wisdom and heroism openly manifest in the faces and actions of its [...]
The vast majority of original yoga and ayurveda was practiced by the “people” – who had neither means, nor time (as householders) to travel and teach. If they did, though, the West would have received a set of yoga teachings that were much more practical, healthy and effective for householders.
There are no rules in natural wisdom except one: we must always consider, for whom and when?
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.
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.
August 11, 2011 by admin
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I only wish that you see that living for the benefit of “we” as more important than living for the benefit of “I” is actually, ironically, the only way to be truly satisfied with life.
Sauhu Therapy is a Tantrik system of what one might call “psycho-therapy” because it deals largely with the mind and emotions, but to call it psycho-therapy is also to miss the point entirely.