Category: advaita

When we find out dharma, life flows. It doesn’t always flow, so its nice when we fall into our dharma. Dharma in yoga means the path you are meant to walk, the one you find easy and fulfilling, the effortless path which gives so many people joy. Recently, running the Universal Yoga Teacher Training Course,

Read more

How often do we do something inside that we are ashamed of on the outside. A thought, a private action? What if all these thoughts and actions were visible? How quickly would we shift then? How relaxing would it be to be completely congruent, transparent. It strikes me that our karma would play out quicker

Read more

Karma – well, laughing at  “My Name is Earl” and the crossing off of his list,  with my son, makes me realise that these ideas are percolating through to very popular culture. Life somehow becomes much, much easier, when you start to see it through the eyes of karma. There is something about looking at

Read more

The celebration over the death of Osama Bin Laden, is slightly perturbing to me. Can we really ever “kill the enemy”. Who is our enemy? Really? When I started meditating, the words that seemed to guide me were “kill the enemy”, in this case the ego. With time, I have realised that I can never

Read more