It does seem there is a quickening going on…
Light is brightly returning,
The birds suddenly have begun to sing their spring song, and even frogs are in the choir.
Hindu Deities are external manifestations of the ancient Yogic teachings. They represent qualities that are present in each of us, and remind us of the essence of our true nature. Continue reading
There are many tools and techniques that we can learn that will help us experience meditation. These tools and techniques help us to shift our external and outgoing attention, inward. Continue reading
These beautiful faces are full of presence, completely in the moment.
Whether covered in smiles, uncertainty or sadness they are not living in the future, or the past. Continue reading
Happy New Year from all of us at Yoga By the Sea, may you know peace and joy through all life’s unfolding. Continue reading
This is AdiYogi, a 112 foot tall sculpture of Shiva, here at Isha, the Ashram and intentional community of Sad Guru in Southern India. The mysticism around Shiva is he was the first Yogi ever known from 10,000 – 12,000 years ago. He was Larger than life and from another world. God like! We will be celebrating Uttarayan on Dec. 21, the winter solstice festival in honor of Shiva and the 7 Rishis. Continue reading
Self-less service. Giving to another with open heart and no conditions. Continue reading
What inspiration comes to me so often lately is simply…
Part of the Human condition is to wish things were different, to strive to change things, to project into the future and carry with us the past. We can be judgmental and reject those who are different. All of this creates conflict, struggle, and suffering through perceived separation. Continue reading
Yoga means union, oneness, being at peace with what is.
It has nothing to “do” with action to make something be a certain way or change anything. Continue reading