Categorized as: Philosophy

Enjoying a Silence Flooded Trance

By Sujantra McKeever Here at our yoga studio in San Diego I hear an endless stream of music designed to create a calm and peaceful environment for yoga and meditation. I listen carefully because when I find the right music for leading a yoga class or meditation class it is an invaluable find. Monk Party […]

The Original Mother’s Day

Written By: Sujantra “She is the giver of form.” –Prasna Upanishad The most ancient of Indian yogic texts are contained in the Upanishads. They are made up of stories many centered around the quest for understanding the mysteries of life. In one of these writings, the Prasna Upanishad, Kapabandi asks his teacher Pippalada how

The Power of Truth

Written By: Sujantra In the ancient yogic texts it is written: “Truth alone triumphs.” We are taught as children to tell the truth and never to lie. Being truthful aligns with our sense of what is right and proper and resonates with our conscience. When we lie we never feel quite right about it. When we speak the truth we feel aligned wit

Synchronicity

Written By: Sujantra McKeever My nephew recently asked me what I had learned from all my years of meditation. I answered him in one word: synchronicity.

Love and Respect

Written by: Sujantra “To love yourself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” –Oscar Wilde To love oneself means to care for oneself – to be careful with yourself.

Who is Fit for Yoga?

Over my 25+ years of study with Sri Chinmoy, I have been greatly...

10 Ways to De-Stress Your Mind

 

Reflection

Written By: Sujantra “We cannot see our reflection in running water. It is only in still water that we can see ourselves clearly.” --Zen saying

Thanksgiving and Community

The holidays are a time of coming together, which starts with two coming together...

Yoga, Coffee and My Subtle Nerves

Yoga philosophy teaches that the connection between our mind, emotions and our physical nervous system...