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Staying cool with Ayurvedic practices!

Staying cool with Ayurvedic practices!

Ayurveda is one of the oldest medical systems in the world. Like yoga, it comes from India. Ayurveda is said to be over 3,000 years old! Ayurvedic medicine is based on the body’s constitution and maintaining life-force. The life-force is optimized through balancing the three doshas, or energies: vata, pitta, and kapha.

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Samadhi: Follow your bliss.

Samadhi: Follow your bliss.

Samadhi is an experiential state of being. Therefore, it is challenging to describe what exactly it is. We would not be inaccurate to describe Samadhi as bliss.Bliss itself is a state of perfect happiness and unconflicted joy. It occurs when one is completely present and fully absorbed in the moment at hand. Psychologists have another word for bliss. It is called “flow state”.

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The Yoga of Living in Alignment with Nature’s Cycles

The Yoga of Living in Alignment with Nature’s Cycles

The Summer Solstice asks us to look at the world and our place in it and consider some pretty big questions: Is the way we have been doing working, not only for us, but also for our community? How will we ensure all of our people have enough resources to live well in the year to come? When it comes to the future, is the way we are living sustainable? Are we in it for the long haul?

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I don’t know what to do: Six ways Yoga practice teaches us to be better allies.

I don’t know what to do: Six ways Yoga practice teaches us to be better allies.

As a white woman of privilege, I do not claim to understand the experience of any other human being, much less marginalized people. However, it is my responsibility to use my privilege where I can to not only alleviate the suffering of others, but to disrupt and dismantle the structures that support it….  It is critical for those of us who have privilege to find ways to actively participate in the liberation of marginalized people. Through our Yoga practice we take time to do the inner-work for our external works to be authentic and effective.This post is certainly not an exhaustible list of ways our Yoga practice can fortify us to serve in the liberation of marginalized people. However, these six ideas can get us off to a good start!

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