I.3 Tada Drashtuhu Svarupe Avastanam When we can really be free enough to recognize our True selves, then we live in Yoga. Without the agitations and fluctuations of the mind obscuring our vision, we can see clearly that we are all One, and the differences we perceive among each other are not real.
It’s been about a month since the New Year began and I think it’s time to check in and see how our intentions and resolutions are holding up. I promise this will be the last of the intention police; well, I may periodically check back in with you to inspire you to stay on the path… Read More
How do you effectively honor an intention? To honor something is to revere it, to show courteous regard for something, and also to hold in high respect. As we begin a new year, we often make resolutions about things we wish to change in our own lives. I prefer the word intention over resolution. An… Read More
Over the years many of you have heard me talk about my dog Kiki; her name means crisis/opportunity in Japanese. I really didn’t want a dog, but my family was very persistent about their desire to have her. They sent me all kinds of pictures of her that they saw online and kept on me… Read More