Successful practice of yoga is not haphazard: discover ten important principles as outlined in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. These are Yama and Niyama, often called the “Ten Commandments of Yoga.”
In his remarkable collection of books Dr. Michael Greger presents the essence of the connection between nutrition and health. In our ashram’s study of diet and health over the past fifty years, his writings stand out as uniquely well-informed and helpful; we recommend you see for yourself.
The term “legal intoxicants” might sound harmless, conjuring images of unwinding with a glass of wine or celebrating with a craft beer. But the reality is far more ominous. Find out how their impact on health and well-being can be far from benign.
For us who are sitting with Arjuna listening to Krishna’s revelation, the Bhagavad Gita must be seen as both literal and symbolic–simultaneously.
Do people call you a godless heathen? Congratulations! If you weren’t on the right track those on the wrong track would not be so hysterically fearful of you and your spiritual path.
In the East the criterion is very different than in the West. If a thing spiritually harms the individual then it is wrong; if something spiritually benefits the individual then it is right.