Monthly Archives: August 2011

I think I am

“Because we see ourselves in an envelope of skin we imagine that we are separate, when in fact the world moves right through us as though we were made of mist.”      I read that in a book called … Continue reading

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Forward facing warrior…

In Virabhadrasana I , forward facing warrior pose we turn to face whatever it is that we must face in order to live our lives fully and completely.  Once again remember that asana means to be seated in Self.  We … Continue reading

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Spiritual Warrior

The Spiritual Warrior                                                                                                                      Gratitude Moving into Grace : Finding and Following Your Bliss It takes strength and flexibility to live with an open heart, there is so much that seems to impinge and yet , Anahata is where the silent … Continue reading

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Finding our way, living art

“Sacred art is where Eternity shines through Time.” Joseph Campbell “Not all are called to be artists in the specific sense of the term. Yet, as Genesis has it, all men and women are entrusted with the task of crafting … Continue reading

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The heart of the mountain

Imagine yourself in this space, this cave that you have climbed the mountain to enter. It is the heart of the mountain.  Within each and every one of us there is a sacred silent place where we know the truth … Continue reading

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Climbing the mountain

To climb a mountain is a metaphor for doing the work necessary to achieve what we want, to be who and where we want to  whether it be the summit or some other place, it is important that we point … Continue reading

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The Four Deisres- on the Yogic path

A short while ago I posted that my teacher, Rod Stryker is now available, at least his teachings are in the book The Four Desires. Unfortunately, at this point only in English but who knows. I have known Rod for … Continue reading

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