Yup, I mentioned the "D" word

Contemplating the great paradox

There’s a lot of talk in the Bhagavad Gita about the “D” word, death.

Posted in 2013


The uniting of yoga

Understanding yoga beyond the intellectual

The Bhagavad Gita asks us to consider the question of divinity, which can be a bit of a scary one to some of us.

Posted in 2013


Sharing the love

Thinking more about what makes me do yoga

In my view, what the Bhagavad Gita offers us is a map and guidebook to understanding our true nature.

Posted in 2013


Thinking about what holds us back

And accepting what is

The Bhagavad Gita asks us to consider our deeper nature and the nature of the universe and how that gets obscured.

Posted in 2013


A question of renouncing

I'm not quite ready to renounce everything yet, however...

Renunciation is a tricky term which is presented to us in the Bhagavad Gita.

Posted in 2013


Exploring the inner and outer worlds

The internal and external symmetry in all things

We practice so that we can know ourselves better.

Posted in 2013


Facing life's challenges no matter what

Moving to become our own disciple

In the Bhagavad Gita Krishna invites us to be our own disciple.

Posted in 2013

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