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Yoga on the Road

A Smile Every Mile The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, or ethnic background, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers. ― Dave ...
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Ordinary on the outside; extraordinary on the inside

Whenever a celebrity commits suicide, and celebrities frequently do, seismic shocks run through society. What? The person had everything going for them. Fame, fortune, success, possibly good looks, the adulation of millions. They had the good life, ...
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The Role of Resistance

One of the most important insights I have received on the spiritual path is that it is not the thoughts, feelings and physical sensations that are the problem, it is the resistance to them that is the ...
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Does the Mother’s Mind Bend the Baby Before It is Born?

True maternity begins with the conscious creation of a being, with the willed shaping of a soul coming to develop and utilise a new body. – THE MOTHER (of Sri Aurobindo Ashram) According to a news item ...
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Dharma Masala

If, as His Holiness, the Dalai Lama has remarked, the world’s religions are like various nourishing foods, then I was born into a family matrix resembling a veritable feast, the tastes of which have permeated my life hitherto. However, ...
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Inclusive, Not Exclusive

There are two types of people floating in the world. One focuses on exclusivity, and the other on inclusivity.The overwhelming majority, particularly those who hail from privileged quarters or constitute the Establishment, would favour exclusivity. A tiny, ...
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Five Gears & Accelerations

In my years of practising hundreds of forms of meditations, I distilled my understanding down to what I call the five gears of awareness and the five accelerations. Five Gears: Out: Sensory experience (sight, sound, touch, smell, ...
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Negative News Can Disable

One of the most beautiful things about being a facilitator is that you get to interact with many different people regularly and have access to their stories, which, on the whole, helps you understand the state of ...
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