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Deceptively Simple


This morning I was seized by this deceptively simple offering. Thequotepedia.com | Spiritual | Forward this Picture

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The Heart is the Context


Today, in the cold, pale light of morning, unlit by the warm candles of vigil, only poetry and music avail. Continue reading

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Sleepless, Night Traveling, and Tejas in the Tamas


listening to "Marconi Union – Sleepless" – Second night in a row. What’s up with that? http://t.co/fFQRmONB — Richard Hudak (@drwh0) December 31, 2011 Tonight, for the second night in a row, I am uncharacteristically sleepless. I don’t know what’s … Continue reading

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All Shakti Up in the Anusara™ Yoga Kula


Last Friday (10/28) I learned of the departure of Christina Sell and Darren Rhodes from the Anusara™ community, and on Monday, I learned of Elena Brower’s exit. One of my Anusara-inspired teachers had just been talking about a recent book by … Continue reading

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Happy Charkha Jayanti!


Happy Charkha Jayanti! Sarvodaya! Toward the uplift of all. October 2nd, 2011 marks the 142nd birthday of Mohandas Karamachand Gandhi. Instead of celebrating his image as a Mahatma or a great nonviolence leader, Gandhi insisted that his birthday be called … Continue reading

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Rilke, Chronicler of the Impermanent


Last week I wrote about borrowing A Year With Rilke (2009), edited by Joanna Macy and Anita Barrows. It being springtime, and being on a cleanse, I feel intensely attuned to the natural world. Thus I was particularly drawn to two paragraphs … Continue reading

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Small Things


It has been another week for springtime theming in Anusara yoga classes, and Anusara teachers pay special attention to class themes. Of course, the courageous crocus is a perennial favorite (no pun intended) because it is so apparently fragile, and … Continue reading

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The Twelfth Post – Existential Courage


This is the twelfth post of The Considered Kula and the one in which I take the blog live. It’s high time. To many of you this will appear as the first post, but for that look here, “Open to … Continue reading

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