This is the season. Snow is falling. Holiday social commitments are filling up the calendar and somehow, in the tiny cracks of time between them and work, there is gift shopping to do and a life to run. Whatever holidays you’re celebrating, there is likely to be an element of stress utterly contrary to the spirit of the season. A lot… Continue reading Holiday Yoga
Aparigraha (“You shall not hoard” or “You shall not covet”). Normally I think about the harvest festivals, which begin in the Northern Hemisphere with August's first harvest and occur every few weeks throughout the winter (Thanksgiving being most familiar in the US), when I think about non-hoarding. It is the time for being grateful, sharing… Continue reading Aparigraha a Yama for the Time of Corona
Fewer Japanese school children wear corrective lenses than American school children. Yet when the children graduated and went off to college, the difference between the two disappeared. Hmmm . . .
Getting a handle on fear at the dentist. Have you used yoga in a practical way in daily life yourself?