Spiritual Practice as Sacred Reciprocity

What is the right purpose of spiritual practice? Right action emerges from right intent. Right intent arises naturally from right understanding. The primary realisation of the Yogi—or any spiritual aspirant—is that of sacred reciprocity. When sacred reciprocity is...

Yogic view of Cause and Effect – Part 1

What does Yoga have to say about Cause and Effect, and how is this significant for us as spiritual aspirants? Perhaps the greatest challenge for the practitioner of yoga, or the follower of any spiritual tradition, path, or system, is the letting go of a far reaching...

Discussion on music in yoga classes (1)

Today I responded to a discussion on LinkedIn about music in yoga classes. As I wrote on this topic just a few days ago I felt to share on that discussion. I am posting below what I shared on LinkedIn. The discussion is found here: http://lnkd.in/PaEB3A The original...

Yoga and Yoga Classes?

Yoga, yoga classes, and yoga asana are not always mutually inclussive of one another; they are not necessarily synonymous. It is possible, and I suspect common, for many “yoga classes” to very rarely touch on the Field of Yoga (click the link to read an...

The Field of Yoga

In many of my articles and blog posts I refer to the Field of Yoga. Here we will explore what I am referring to. The Field of Yoga (which I will oftentimes simply refer to with the capitalised word “Yoga,” as opposed to “yoga”) is a state of...