Posts Tagged: radicalization vs. deadening

Cornel West and BKS Iyengar: joy, suffering, and moral constipation

“In order to achieve the integrity and wholeness we desire, there must be communication from the inner to the outer and the outer to the inner as each sheath blends with the next. “

Cornel West and BKS Iyengar: joy, suffering, and moral constipation

“In order to achieve the integrity and wholeness we desire, there must be communication from the inner to the outer and the outer to the inner as each sheath blends with the next. “

For Optimism

From the world’s least optimistic man.

For Optimism

From the world’s least optimistic man.

Why Read History?

To revolt against the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about.

Why Read History?

To revolt against the small and arrogant oligarchy of those who merely happen to be walking about.

Yoga of Climate Action: Asana

All we know is that there are dead feelings, dead ideas and cold beliefs, and there are hot and live ones; and when one grows hot and live within us, everything has to recrystallize around it. -William James

Yoga of Climate Action: Asana

All we know is that there are dead feelings, dead ideas and cold beliefs, and there are hot and live ones; and when one grows hot and live within us, everything has to recrystallize around it. -William James

Yoga of Climate Action: Small Matters vs. Big Matters

It is not your fault: free the mental energy you devote to punishing yourself for leaving the lights on, driving to your errands when it’s raining….

Yoga of Climate Action: Small Matters vs. Big Matters

It is not your fault: free the mental energy you devote to punishing yourself for leaving the lights on, driving to your errands when it’s raining….

Yoga of Climate Action: Yama and Niyama

Often seen as a list of dos and don’ts… the yamas and niyamas are actually descriptions of a nature that has been freed from the illusion of separateness. –Donna Farhi

Yoga of Climate Action: Yama and Niyama

Often seen as a list of dos and don’ts… the yamas and niyamas are actually descriptions of a nature that has been freed from the illusion of separateness. –Donna Farhi