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Which yoga should I practice?

I was conversing with a friend and our talk took us to how our spiritual practices were faring. Deep into the conversation we started discussing the different types of yoga that we do and what is to be followed and practiced. 782 more words

Knowledge

SEVA - Translation EP

SEVA’s free EP for NeurofunkGrid caught our attention a while back so news of new material dropping piqued our interest. Sadly it’s under rather unfortunate circumstances as Alex is selling this collection of tracks to help him get back on his feet, having recently found himself homeless. 49 more words

Drum & Bass

ROO #31: Faith Hunter on Yoga and Social Activism

Faith Hunter is a yoga teacher, social activist, studio owner, and creator of Embrace Your Flow. Faith is an innovator in all that she does. She owns Embrace Studio in Washington, DC, where she teaches Embrace Your Flow, a style of yoga that blends Vinyasa, Kundalini, and Ashtanga into a yoga experience that is both grounded and spiritually fly. 144 more words

Podcast

Some Ram Dass

Lately I’ve been reminiscing about a few noteworthy people I’ve admired during the past few decades.  Some of them have been influential figures to at least a couple of generations of people.  482 more words

Cultural Highlights

"O best of the brāhmaṇas, without saintly persons for whom I am the only destination, I do not desire to enjoy My transcendental bliss and My supreme opulences." SB 9.4.64

Though the lord is always perfect and complete within Himself and does not lack in anything, His love increases by engaging us in love. When a child cooperates in love with her parents, it increases the parents love for their child. 138 more words

Seva Comings & Goings by Devapriyaa Hills

One of the signs of a dynamic and successful seva program is responsiveness – meaning that change happens due to sevites’ needs plus changes occur due to the Ashram’s needs. 242 more words

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Considering Seva by Marlene Gast

Seva — also called selfless service and karma yoga — is described in the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 3.  In Verse 18 Krishna instructs Arjuna that “’Every selfless act’” is ultimately a way to know yourself as Self, a path to Self-Realization, the purpose of life, the goal of all of the practices of yoga. 321 more words

Svaroopa Yoga And Meditation