Tag Archives: Yoga

The Body-Mind Connection

Recently I watched a TED talk by Amy Cuddy titled Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are. It is well known that our body language conveys as much or more than our words do. In this talk, Cuddy said that … Continue reading

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An Appreciation for the Subtle

An appreciation for the subtle is usually a sign of refinement. Consider art, or music, or literature, or sculpture, or any such refined pursuit. Human beings can survive without any of the above, if we’re talking purely physical or gross … Continue reading

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Attitude and Practice

Attitude¬†matters for sadhana*.¬†Contrast the two: Let me get my kriya and meditation done and out of the way, so that I can work on x, y, and z. OR Let me withdraw from the senses for a while to do … Continue reading

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Becoming an Expert

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are an authoritative text on the practice of Yoga. Ever since I was introduced to this ancient text, I’ve always liked and remembered some specific lines from it. Today I want to share one of … Continue reading

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Trifecta of Courses Coming to Austin

We have a great set of three Art of Living courses coming to Austin in the next few weeks. Loosely speaking, I’d say we have one course each with attention on the body, the breath, and the mind. But that’s … Continue reading

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