You may want to practice yoga at home, to add to your regular routine of classes. But it can be tricky to know where to begin.
There are two options for practicing yoga at home:
Having a teacher on your spiritual path is very helpful and even necessary. We all need guidance and support. A good teacher can often see things that hinder your progress more clearly than you can. As well, they can usually give you the right practices to do, and help you get the most out of these practices.
As I am working more and more on the online part of the business (this website) I find myself becoming more and more of a productivity geek. As the amount of tasks are growing, along with their relative complexity, I feel like I need to focus on improving my productivity. And there are all kinds of apps and tools available now, aimed at helping people become more productive.
After eight years of being devoted to Tibetan Buddhism I decided, for many reasons, to try out the Zen center next to my house. (The main reason was, of course, the proximity to my house.)
At my first visit, I was surprised by a new state of mind that I hadn’t experienced for a long time: the beginner mind.
My busy, “thinks it’s a master” mind was refreshed by this long-forgotten wind of the beginner experience. It felt so damn good — and humbling.
A while back, I saw a great band called The Angelcy in concert. I don’t go to concerts that much anymore, but when the Angelcy came to my town, I made an exception.
The main reason was, of course, their amazing “kick all parts of your being” music. But the deeper reason is more interesting to write about. (I’m not yet a music blogger, after all.)
The story begins in 2009 when I met Rotem Bar Or at a wandering hippies’ three-month festival called “Walk about Love”.
As a part of writing the sell page and other copy relating to the service, I was toying with the decision whether or not to use the phrase ”Spiritual Routine”. Routine is an unattractive word, but at the same time, it gives the feeling of something that is indeed deeply integrated in one’s daily life… read more
Spirituality has a very wide range of tools to offer: Yoga poses, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques, meditations, positive affirmations, diet guidelines, moral guidelines – just to name a few… read more