One Breath At A Time: The Journey Back To Reality

  In an age where anything is accessible at the touch of a button, where we’re expected to respond to emails in the middle of the night, and where the quality of ‘stuff’ we get done far outweighs the quantity, it seems we are losing touch with the small yet incredibly important parts of lifeContinue reading “One Breath At A Time: The Journey Back To Reality”

‘Vinyasa’: Life’s Moving Meditation

Technically, a ‘vinyasa’ can be any sequence performed with the breath; it isn’t restricted to the series of ‘chatturanga – upward facing dog – downward facing dog’, but this is indeed how we’ve lazily referred to these movements in the West for the past few decades. This is especially common ever since the whole PowerContinue reading “‘Vinyasa’: Life’s Moving Meditation”

Aparigraha: Inspiration From Max Strom On Emptying Out To Live More Fully

Before we begin; practicing Aparigraha is difficult. It requires the ability to realise that you are already enough, you are perfect, you are whole, and you have everything you need. But we are a society that wants more, better, bigger, etc…. The idea of actually liking yourself as you are and not needing to addContinue reading “Aparigraha: Inspiration From Max Strom On Emptying Out To Live More Fully”

Satya

A little while ago, I wrote an article on ‘Ahimsa’ or ‘Non Violence’ for Ekhart Yoga.com (read it here). Ahimsa is the first Yama which makes up part of the ‘Eight Limbs of Yoga’. The other limbs include the ‘Niyamas’ (observances), Asana (Physical postures), Pranayama (Breathing techniques), Pratyahara (Sense withdrawal / inner focus), Dharana (Concentration),Continue reading “Satya”