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The Secret Beauty of Constant Practice

The Secret Beauty of Constant Practice The Crack of Grace The yogic tradition says that there is a hiatus in...

A Moment of Freedom Can Change Your Life

A moment of freedom can change your life. Transformation doesn’t always come with a flash and a bang. Sometimes, maybe...

Tu B’Shevat: Happy Birthday to the Trees!

Tu B’Shevat: Happy Birthday to the Trees! By Tasha Friedman Today is Tu B’Shevat, the birthday or new year for...

Love Everyone and Tell the Truth: Satya, Ahimsa, and Living in Authenticity

Love Everyone and Tell the Truth: Satya, Ahimsa, and Living in Authenticity Yoga isn’t only what you do on the...

Happy Birthday to Paramahansa Yogananda!

Happy Birthday to Paramahansa Yogananda! By Tasha Friedman This beloved saint, who was influential in introducing yoga and Eastern spirituality...

Happy Birthday, Ramana Maharshi!

Happy Birthday, Ramana! By Tasha Friedman What to say about Ramana Maharshi? If you have participated in a silent retreat...

Shambhala: Opening to a Subtle History

Shambhala: Opening to a Subtle History From a materialistic viewpoint, it is difficult to understand that the subtle universes are...

Celebrating Christ Consciousness: Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas! By Tasha Friedman It’s easy to see God in a baby’s eyes. A shining, smiling newborn creature without...

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Shambhala: The Realm of the Bodhisattvas Imagine a vast realm blessed with a gentle climate, majestic mountains, mysterious forests, fruitful...

Seeing the Miraculous: Celebrating the Virgin of Guadalupe

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The Secret Beauty of Constant Practice

The Secret Beauty of Constant Practice The Crack of Grace The yogic tradition says that there is a hiatus in any cycle, a crack through which an abundance of light comes. It’s an impetus, a pure energy, a sense of enthusiasm, spanda. Intuitively, we feel it when we wish each other

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