A Glimpse of Kundalini Experiences

Journal Entry – 23 November, 2014 It has been a disturbing night, so a Sunday nap on the sofa was certainly warranted.  I doze off, despite guests visiting my ailing father, and the excitement around the house as my wife and son preparing for a mother and son dance. Delicious sleep was moments away. Involuntarily,

How to Engage with the Mystery of Life

Welcome to a new article by our regular contributor, Dr. Bina Nangia. Dr. Nangia is a long-time spiritual seeker who works with children.      When I was a kid, I loved reading mystery stories. It was the unknown which excited me completely. The characters in the story became me and I went along with

Test If Your Thoughts, Words & Actions Are Spiritual

Our popular contributor Kara-Leah writes about all kinds of things, from home practice and parenting to the etiquettes of yoga class and the ethics of yoga. In this article written in 2012, just after the John Friend scandal broke, she muses on how we determine what ‘right action’ is. by Kara-Leah Grant    Trying to

Why Spiritual Seeking Involves Walking the Razor’s Edge with Awareness

Welcome to an article by our new guest contributor, Dr. Bina Nangia. Dr. Nangia is a long-time spiritual seeker who works with children. This week she looks at how spiritual seeking is about dancing the razor’s edge. by Dr. Bina Nangia Spiritual seeking happens when it is meant to happen. It definitely depended on thousands

The Five Koshas Explained: How They Impact Your Yoga Practice & Life

This article is an edited extract from Kara-Leah’s second book, The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga. Find out more here. by Kara-Leah Grant, author of The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga   Do enough research, and it seems we can find evidence that regular practice of yoga can positively impact everything from anxiety, depression, and panic attacks to thyroid