How to Take Your Home Yoga Practice Off The Mat

Our popular contributor Kara-Leah continues her home yoga practice series, looking at how yoga practice can happen off the mat as well. In time, yoga is about how we relate to our entire life, and the mindfulness we bring into every moment. by Kara-Leah Grant, Forty Days of Yoga – Breaking down the barriers to a

The Jewels of a Home Yoga Practice: Staying with Discomfort

 Our popular contributor Kara-Leah continues her home yoga practice series, sharing a raw account of her internal process when facing discomfort. It’s direct proof of how practicing yoga trains us to stay with our experience. by Kara-Leah Grant, Forty Days of Yoga – Breaking down the barriers to a home yoga practice. I’ve been talking a

What’s the Point of Meditation?

Welcome to Part 11 of The Seeker’s Story, where Namit continues his exploration into yoga philosophy. This week, he discusses the point of meditation – why do we practice meditation in yoga? Previous Chapters: Chapter 1 & 2 – Yoga Sutra – A Seeker’s Story Part 1. Chapter 3 –      What is Yoga? Chapter

Why Do We do Postures in Yoga?

Welcome to Part 10 of The Seeker’s Story, where Namit continues his exploration into yoga philosophy. This week, he discusses the point of asana – why do we practice postures in yoga? Previous Chapters: Chapter 1 & 2 – Yoga Sutra – A Seeker’s Story Part 1. Chapter 3 –      What is Yoga? Chapter

How to Anchor Your Home Yoga Practice with a Sadhana

Our new regular contributor Kara-Leah continues her home yoga practice series, looking at how our concepts of a home yoga practice can get in the way of us actually practicing. by Kara-Leah Grant, Forty Days of Yoga – Breaking down the barriers to a home yoga practice. In a recent article, What Really Counts as a

Famous Jiddu Krishnamurti Quotes: A Revolutionary Philosopher on Spiritual Matters

Today we will share some wonderful Krishnamurti Quotes with you to get you inspired for the week ahead. These quotes are designed to remind us of the deeper truths of life, as well as inspire and uplift you. Krishnamurti was a sickly child, discovered by a prominent member of the Theosophical Society at age 14