Meditation is often thought of as a practice more suited to people interested in spirituality, who are somewhat detached from worldly life. Many spiritual texts speak of it being essential to realizing God or our true nature. It brings to mind monks and monasteries, renunciation and seclusion, quiet places and an unmoving body. In all these ideas, we often miss the great impact meditation can have on our day-to-day, ordinary life…
“Breathing is one of the central elements of yoga practice. It is also one of the easiest yoga teachings to bring “off the mat” and into daily life. In this final post of the year, I’d like to share some thoughts and practices that might help you weather any end-of-year stresses with more ease…”
“The Bhagavad Gita teaches three main paths to happiness and freedom — karma yoga, bhakti yoga (the path of devotion) and jnana yoga (the path of wisdom). For most of us, living in the world with families, jobs and other responsibilities, the first path is probably the most applicable. It is also very attractive, with its promise of attaining peace and joy through and within our daily activities…”
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