Seeing Our Blind-spots

The other day, my literal blind-spots got me thinking about the "blind-spots" we all have. While Lisa and I were out enjoying a nice, long walk on a beautiful summer day with our dog Biscuits, I heard somebody outside my field of view say something about a "nice doggy". Lacking any peripheral vision from a … Continue reading Seeing Our Blind-spots

To Live in Lovingkindness is to Live in Heaven

My favorite part about practicing and teaching yoga is it makes us better people. I say that because it helps us become more connected to ourselves and others, more aware of the effects of our words and deeds, and, thus, increasingly mindful of what we say and do. It's helped me realize: Who we are when … Continue reading To Live in Lovingkindness is to Live in Heaven

Gunas: A Yogic Path to More Life and Love

It's said the two biggest, and interrelated, questions in life are "Who am I?" and "Who is God?" Β I don't know about you, but I find both endlessly fascinating and explorable. Β In answering them, and transforming the first, the philosophy of yoga, in my experience, is an incredible gift. Β For instance, while my abilities to … Continue reading Gunas: A Yogic Path to More Life and Love