Hope for Our Future
By Mala Cunningham, Ph.D. Tonight I was walking on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, Virginia to meet some friends. It was a beautiful night in Cville [that's how locals refer to their beloved city!]—the weather was warm and soft. I was Full Story
Bliss: It’s Not Getting What you Want, It’s Wanting What You Get
By Joan Shankari Cichon The Saturday my husband, died was a perfect fall day. The sky was a clear, deep blue and it was warm enough for just a sweater. After coffee and our morning NPR, Tattwan and I decided to put off the normal weekend house Full Story
Ways to Foster Jnana Yoga Consciousness
By Rev. Paraman Barsel • Remember the Truth — above all, the spiritual path is about remembering, since all the problems originate with forgetting Who You Are! • According to Sri Swami Satchidananda, the best way to overcome the bondage Full Story
Taking the Witness Stand: Cultivating Neutral Observer Mind
By Swami Ramananda Witnessing can be a spiritual practice that involves taking the position of a neutral observer to the whole range of our experience: physical sensations, perceptions, thoughts and emotions. It can be practiced as a meditatio Full Story
Spiritual Hints for Daily Life — Karma Yoga
By Swami Karunananda Depending on our temperament, we can pursue the journey of awakening in various ways: Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Jnana Yoga, or Japa Yoga. Whatever approach we choose, we can transform our daily lives in Full Story
Practice, Study or Devotion: Which Path to Take?
By Beth Hinnen In an another article, (Inside the Yoga Sutras: What Do You Believe) we explored the five different types of thought whirlwinds, vritti, that were categorized as either painful or painless. This examination of Patanjali’s Yoga Sut Full Story