In this series of articles, DAAJI explains the fundamentals of yogic psychology, with its foundation in the original balanced state and the various mental modifications, some of which help us maintain balance and well-being, and some of which take us away from balance. DAAJI gives us guidance and solutions to create mental well-being through yogic practices. In this fourth article of the series, he explores the fifth vritti described in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras: memory, known in Yoga as smriti. Part 4 – SMRITI THE YOGIC SCIENCE OF MEMORY So far we have explored......
An Art Essay by the Joliet Mural Artists KATHLEEN SCARBORO is one of a school of artists who have developed the ‘Joliet style’ of mural painting in Joliet, Illinois, near Chicago. Here she shares...Read More
Lessons from the Garden ALANDA GREENE continues her personal understanding of life from her experiences in the garden. This time, potatoes shed light on consciousness and the ever-expanding need for authenticity and self-acceptance in...Read More
DR CHRIS GERMER is a clinical psychologist, meditation practitioner, author and teacher of mindfulness and compassion in psychotherapy and everyday life. He is the co-developer of the Mindful SelfCompassion training program. Here AMIR IMANI...Read More
Extraordinary outcomes through inspiration TRUST IS EVERYTHING In previous articles, RAVI VENKATESAN introduced the Heartful Leader framework and took a deeper look at Reputation, and ways to manage it. Now he looks at Trust...Read More
In the final part of this interview, THIERRY CASASNOVAS continues his advocacy for life. He shares his own journey with CELINE FRÉSARD, and the role of fasting in the healing process. Q: To help...Read More
SUPINE POSES HALASANA From Sarvangasana, slowly lower both feet toward the ground behind the head, without the slightest strain. If possible touch the toes to the ground behind the head; if not possible allow the...Read More
ALICE RUSSO shares her journey of letting her heart guide her life. I have made the awesome realization of having reached a place where it is no longer primarily my mind influencing me, but...Read More