Category Archives: yoga

Leading By Following

I am hard-pressed to related this to Hinduism but here it is anyway. Since I haven’t written anything in forever, another blogger threatened to stop blogging as well. I don’t tell you this out of a sense of pride I … Continue reading

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The Quantum Album: 3: Timespace of the Subatomic Flea

One of the more – oh I don’t know – mystical elements of Quantum Physics is the idea that “time” is a “dimension” just like the three others we are familiar with. And this doesn’t really relate a lot to … Continue reading

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The Quantum Album: 1. Layers

In the near future, a series of posts will be titled similarly to this one. This is to indicate that they are intended as part of a “series” all inspired by reading I’ve done and meditation I have done on … Continue reading

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A Short Rant on Vegetarianism

veg·e·tar·i·an ˌvejəˈterēən/ noun noun: vegetarian; plural noun: vegetarians 1. a person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products, especially for moral, religious, or health reasons. meat mēt/ noun noun: meat; plural noun: meats 1. the flesh of … Continue reading

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Indian Style

When I was in kindergarten, one of the things I remember most clearly aside from the Reading Rocket (a big plastic silo-like structure, black with silver stars on it) was that whenever we were to sit down and listen to … Continue reading

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Vs. II – Content vs. Satisfied

Contentment and satisfaction are two more states of mind that often get confused, and unfortunately often at great risk of inner peace. Like in the last post I am not going to go by any dictionary definition, but by my … Continue reading

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Mind…Blown…Maybe

I was watching an episode of my new favorite show, “Global Spirit” over the weekend, I think it was the one with Karen Armstrong in it. She said that the word “believe” in the context of the New Testament originally … Continue reading

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