Yogis love to talk about oneness. I know, because I’m one of those teachers who finishes every class with the reminder that “we are all the same inside.” This is something I think we’ve mostly forgotten and spend our lives trying to forget in order to avoid feeling too much or too intensely. For example, sometimes […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Several months ago, I rode a train late at night from Manhattan to Long Island. A few young men ahead of me in the same car were chatting with each other when one started to pick a fight with another. Although I stayed where I was, an internal alarm sounded and I became filled with […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Below are some resources for writers and yogis that I’ve been using the last day or so to find some clarity about the year ahead. Hopefully you find them helpful. First things first, SELF-LOVE (or self-compassion or kindness to yourself, whatever language you’d prefer to use) * Self-love end of the year meditation with Christine Arylo Then there’s self-love + […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
I’ve heard from various people, particularly those in the yoga world, that the epidemic of depression and anxiety are primarily caused by one thing: believing we are separate and not intimately connected to each other. Oneness is such an old concept it can start to sound cliché a sweet idea in theory, sure, but hard […]Continue Reading... No Comments.