Posts Tagged: Aparigraha

Yoga for Climate Action: Aparigraha

You have the right to your labor, but not to the fruits of your labor. Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities, and never become attached to not doing your duty. -Baghavad Gita 2.47 Aparigraha (non-grasping)

Yoga for Climate Action: Aparigraha

You have the right to your labor, but not to the fruits of your labor. Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities, and never become attached to not doing your duty. -Baghavad Gita 2.47 Aparigraha (non-grasping)

The Family Practice: on loss and grooves

Words dried up when my father died. In the new year I’m finding new words, but this paragraph I wrote in June was like a lump in my throat, demanding to come first: When I was sitting by his hospital bed

The Family Practice: on loss and grooves

Words dried up when my father died. In the new year I’m finding new words, but this paragraph I wrote in June was like a lump in my throat, demanding to come first: When I was sitting by his hospital bed

Small Matters 1: How I Tell Myself What to Do

When I put a restriction on myself, I’d better be fully on board with it. I perform a psychological pas-de-deux when giving things up or taking things on, in which my Better Judgment and the Pleasure Seeker must both give

Small Matters 1: How I Tell Myself What to Do

When I put a restriction on myself, I’d better be fully on board with it. I perform a psychological pas-de-deux when giving things up or taking things on, in which my Better Judgment and the Pleasure Seeker must both give

Yoga of Climate Action: Yama and Niyama

The yogic precepts of ethical living, the yamas and niyamas are emphatic declarations of inherent goodness, which is apparent whenever the illusion of separateness falls away… often seen as a list of dos and don’ts, or interpreted as a series

Yoga of Climate Action: Yama and Niyama

The yogic precepts of ethical living, the yamas and niyamas are emphatic declarations of inherent goodness, which is apparent whenever the illusion of separateness falls away… often seen as a list of dos and don’ts, or interpreted as a series