Tag Archives: Philosophy

Digest Your Life ~ Digest Your Food

I have a story for you today.

Which Wolf Are You Feeding?

My Son, the battle is between two wolves inside of us all.

Duality and Sacred Union

A photon birthed in a star in the early universe, ten billion years ago

A Cognitive Revolution for Freedom

How would you describe the tone of any election year, in particular this one?

Self-Care Is The New Health Care

Do you ever forget about self-care?

Consciously Contributing: Supporting Self by Supporting Others

It may be time to take a different perspective on our responsibility.

Riding Geodesics – Jaya

Not all that wander are lost. Not all that are paused are stuck.

Emotions, Karma & Freewill – Jaya

Bright summer  afternoon sun filtered onto the expansive wooden porch, shaded by the dense green of large maples.

Jealous Much?

You think that following a path of “enlightenment” means never feeling “jelly”? Yeah, right! Jealousy (fear that someone will take what you have) and envy (wanting what someone else has) are primal, inevitable, and ultimately useful emotions.

Are You Willing To Travel In Both The Shadow and The Light

“I have a vision,” I exclaimed, “I want to hold a festival in downtown Boulder. I want to help create a platform for up and coming teachers, raise the local economy, and raise the vibration of the planet.”

Down The Rabbit Hole, Jaya – Summer 2016

Everything seems just a little more intense in the summer: the grass is softer, the sun is brighter and higher in the sky, the days are longer as are the late day shadows

Reducing Resistance; Following the Wild Geese: Energy, Efficiency and Sustainability – Jaya – Spring 2016

Written By: Alan McAllister On the ground humans pushing their way through deep snow work together as well. Each person in turn tramps the snow deeper, reducing resistance for the next. They also rotate the lead like cyclists in the tour de France. The advantages of co-operation; reduction of resistance, conservation of energy, and efficiency

6 Genius Steps to Renovation, Jaya – Spring 2016

Written By: Stacy O’Neill, 500 RYT, CPT My paternal grandfather used to say: “Any barn looks good with a fresh coat of paint.”  I imagine he meant that both literally and figuratively. He lived in Maine where barns are just part of the daily landscape and more specifically, his daily landscape. His barn, I’m sure,

Disconnection Epidemic – Winter 2016

With the increased speed of life and the inundation of technology, it has become so much easier to disconnect from the present moment. Chances are you are a yogi/yogini seeking a path of health, balance and vitality in your life and in your practice. Most likely the regular practice of yoga has helped you align

Clearing Stones, Jaya – Winter 2016

Written By: Alan McAllister While the stones in our yard were placed there by a previous landscaper in order to conserve water, the stones in those eastern fields come up out of the earth every spring. Each winter, water in the fields condenses, becomes ice in the earth, expands then melts, sinks, freezes and expands