A Reminder Of The Innate “Value” Of Those Who Serve A Higher Calling And, Therefore, All Of Existence

You are enough. Whatever that means for you in the world is quite irrelevant since this fact is simply a given. … Read More

Don’t Be A Victim Of Toxic Stress & Burnout: Simple Ways Care Professionals Can Support Their Own Well-Being & Preserve/Deepen Their Joy

The Buddha is quoted to have said that if your compassion does not include yourself, meaning that it extends out to your ever-changing body-mind that is prone to pain, death, and suffering like all other body-minds–and, therefore, deserves care and … Read MoreRead More

Sutra Studies Week 13: Check-In | Why Yoga Is One Of The Highest Forms Of Service (When All Limbs Are Practiced)

Yoga is both inner and outer work. Practicing Yamas teach you to see, and honor, your connection with, and to, all of existence. Niyamas teach you how to be responsible for caring for your individual expression in the world. Asanas … Read MoreRead More

Sutra Studies Week 13: Contraindications For Samadhi | A Lesson For Healers, Teachers, And Those Who Are In Service To Their Spirit, A Cause, Or To Others (Sutra 17)

“Samprajnata samadhi is accompanied by reasoning, reflecting, and pure I-am-ness.” –The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Vitarka Vicaranandasmitanugamat samprajnatah Vitarka: reasoning | Vicara: reflecting | Ananda: rejoicing | Asmita: pure I-am-ness | Anugamat: due to the following, from accompaniment | Samprajnatah: … Read MoreRead More

The Eight-Limbed Path Of Yoga-Part 4: Limbs Seven And Eight | Dhyana And Samadhi

The Context of Your Reality In The Realm Of Connecting With, And Expressing, Your True Nature/Self The last two limbs of the Eight-Limbed Path are focused entirely on your concentration and understanding of your True Self as an aspect/expression of … Read MoreRead More