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Find your Spirit Before Finding Your Tribe

It wasn’t until I came to yoga that I heard the phrase, “Finding my tribe.”  When I first heard it used by a yoga teacher, it did not resonate with me, but then again, many “yogaisms” don’t.  For example,...Read More

Ruminating is for the ruminants

Last night over dinner, my brilliant wife Siri suggested how interesting it is that the word “ruminate” means to keep bringing things up over and over again and how this word is exactly what ruminants do with their food. ...Read More

The Road Less Traveled and the Eightfold Pathway

As many of you know, the Road Less Traveled by M. Scott Peck is one of my favourite books.  I have read it several times over the past few decades.  Published in 1978, it was a popular and controversial...Read More

“That’s how winning is done.”

You may have heard the monologue from the movie, “Rocky Balboa” which was released in 2006?  It goes like this: “Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It is a very mean...Read More

Attending to too many pots

We all have our own unique challenges that impede us from reaching our goals.  The sage Patanjali, wrote about the Eight Limbs of Yoga as a pathway to experience nirvana and attaining freedom from samsara (cycle of birth and...Read More