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Lady's Holiday and Ashtanga Yoga Practice

Lady’s holiday refers to the convention of women taking rest during the first three days of the menstrual cycle. However, I have it on good authority from my wife, Rachelle, that it is no “holiday” at all. 543 more words

Paul Gold

Your nature is Gratefulness!


I have a question on Ashtavakra 30 – Your nature is gratefulness! Being grateful is your very nature and I totally understand that. What is confusing is, in earlier Ashtavakra, Guruji says if you are grateful to me that means you recognize myself as someone other than yourself (not seeing myself in you and yourself in me) or this conscious as one. 450 more words



Last week I had a live session for a video work directed by Jude Crilly. With my project KLC, we played a jam session made of stereotypes of dance music in order to summon the oracle Guruji, played by a dancer, in a live dialogue between sound and movement. 169 more words


A Grain of Sand

“A Grain of Sand” is the line, taken from the collection of very Beautiful Poem of William Blake…”

“To see a World in a Grain of Sand…

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What does Guruji see when he looks around ?


Does Guruji still have SOME mind since he has a body? And what does he see when he looks around? Does he see what I see, or does he see 1 giant blob of consciousness floating around / extensions of himself? 107 more words

Manikaran and Tosh

Parvati is the consort of Lord Shiva, and is described as very beautiful, so just imagine a valley named on her behalf. Valley of Gods, that’s how Parvati valley is known, and it is not just a phrase. 377 more words


Tim Miller's first public yoga demo done at 'breakneck speed'

I’m very happy that Nigel at Ashtanga Yoga Hong Kong captured this story of Tim Miller: His first yoga demo in Mysore. I’ve heard it before, but I’m not sure Tim specified he was doing Third Series. 54 more words

Tim Miller