The Need For Certainty

“At any given time, much of our suffering comes not from the moment we are in, but instead from our projection of what will happen in the future….Not knowing what will happen next leaves us open not solely to doom and gloom, but to other possibilities as well….The point is that we don’t know and […]

Quick Review: Eight Limbs of Classical Yoga

Common in the western world, are three main lineages of Hatha yoga practices; Patanjali Classical Yoga, Advaita Vedanta Yoga and Tantric Yoga*. During a typical Hatha yoga class, a teacher may discuss the “Limbs or Branches of Yoga.” These limbs comprise the spiritual evolution guidelines and purpose for Yoga practice. Eight limbs philosophy falls under Patanjali […]

Freedom From The Known

“Love is something new, fresh, alive. It has no yesterday and no tomorrow. It is beyond the turmoil of thought. It is only the innocent mind which knows what love is, and the innocent mind can live in the world which is not innocent. To find this extraordinary thing which man has sought endlessly through […]

May Flowers

“Worship does not mean offering flowers. It means offering your heart To the vast mystery Of the universe.   It means letting your heart pulse With the life of the universe, Without thought and without reservation.   It means being so in love That you are willing to dissolve And be recreated in every moment.” […]

Letting Go

“All that you are attached to, all that you Love, all that you know, someday will be gone. Knowing this, and that the world is your mind which you create, play in, and suffer from, is known as discrimination. Discriminate between the real and the unreal. The known is unreal and will come and go […]