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- 09/21/17--06:59: _On Pain, Awareness,...
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- 09/28/16--12:22: When Yogis Stiffen Up And Find the In-Between
- 10/02/16--05:21: “Am I Even Teaching Yoga Anymore?”
- 10/08/16--06:35: Discussing Cultural Appropriation Amidst the Yoga Trolling
- 10/18/16--06:06: The Sublime Uselessness of Old-School Asana
- 10/22/16--08:20: Meditation and a Basket of Phones
- 11/22/16--05:04: Suggested Additions to Adyashanti’s Anemic “Post-Election Letter”
- 07/09/17--08:04: Against the “Recent YTT Grad” Stereotype
- 09/16/17--06:22: Why I’m Still on the Yoga Boat: A Few Notes
- 09/21/17--06:59: On Pain, Awareness, Self-Regulation, and What People Want in Yoga
- 09/24/17--04:00: Sudden Harvest: An Elegy for Michael Stone
"I've lost at least 50% of the mobility I had when I was addicted to extreme postures," she says. "I have a normal range of motion now. I've never felt better."
Wasn't it your uncertainty that got you here?
Two days ago I shared a solid article by professional scholars outlining Baba Ramdev's documented homophobia and his ties to the current Indian government. A yoga culture war debate broke out like a rash.
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“Art is useless because its aim is simply to create a mood. It is not meant to instruct, or to influence action in any way. It is superbly sterile, and the note of its pleasure is sterility. If the contemplation of a work of art is followed by activity of any kind, the work is […]
My kind host for a meditation weekend in Coeur d’Alene emailed ahead to ask about protocol for the weekend. One question was about mobile devices. The logistics part is simple, but the question also brings up a lot about what meditation might mean and engage with moving forward in our evolutionary storm. Etiquette first: ringers and vibrate functions […]
Spiritual teacher Adyashanti published the following Post-Election Letter to his Facebook page on November 19th. It was formatted as a caption to the photograph below. Since posting, it has been shared 1.7K times amongst his almost 57K followers.
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I want to push back a little against an inaccurate and often cruel stereotype of the 200-hour YTT graduate that’s been gaining steam in Yogaland over the past couple of years. It frames out like this: The recent YTT grad (80% likely it’s a “she”) is millennial, hasn’t practiced for long enough to be taking […]
I’d like to bite at a question Diane Bruni asked on the Yoga and Movement Research Group Facebook page, months ago: Why are we still on the yoga boat? Given all the scandals, disillusionments, power dynamics, and injuries to tissues and psyches, why do we still care? (This was before YMRG exploded in both numbers […]
Pain in yoga practice is an enduring paradox. I’ve written about it here, and here and here and here. In Neil Pearson’s Mettaversity presentation on how pain science can inform yoga practice, the paradox sharpened. This is what I gathered: In the broadest terms, awareness and self-regulation are the primary skills we want to develop […]
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