Tag Archives: rituals

Apple Approves ‘FlexBright’ iOS App That Adjusts Display Temperature [Update: Pulled] – Mac Rumors


FlexBright, an app that allows the user to manually adjust the display temperature of an iOS device, was recently approved by Apple, marking one of the first third-party apps that’s able to function in a manner similar to the company’s own Night Shift mode, set to be released in iOS 9.3. Continue reading

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Grateful to Help


I’m grateful to be in a position to offer students the resources of my discipline, and my resources as a yogi to bring balance in thought and emotion to yesterday’s tragic events. Continue reading

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YogiDetox Starts April 20th!


The Spring 2013 YogiDetox starts 2013! Continue reading

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Glory of the Day


In any language, on any kind of day, give your wholehearted devotion to the divine. Continue reading

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Brené Brown: wishing you love and light – Ordinary Courage


Nothing has been a greater gift to me than the three lessons I learned about joy and light from people I’ve interviewed who have spent time in sorrow and darkness. Even before Sandy Hook I was reflecting on these learnings as a way to stay centered during the holidays. Continue reading

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One foot in front of the other


Despite the sweetness of the singing and the arrangements, there is a sadness to the song, too, as it deals with loss and grief.… “Give an Hour plans to step up and offer mental health services to anyone, including young children, affected by these tragic events.” Continue reading

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Beannacht a Samhain!


Between a friend’s fortuitous posting of a quotation from John O’Donohue, and my congregation’s observance of Samhain this past Sunday, I’m very much feeling that old Celtic soul today. The old Celts believed that on this cross-quarter day, the veil … Continue reading

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Spinning Wheel Birthday: An MP3 from the Metta Center


Also see last year’s offering from the Metta Center about Charkha Jayanti. October 2nd marks Gandhi’s birthday, which he wanted to be known as “‘Spinning Wheel’ (charkha) Birthday”. In the following, short 6 minute MP3 clip, Metta Center Director Stephanie … Continue reading

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Spring YogiDetox with Cate Stillman


I just signed up for the April YogiDetox with Cate Stillman. (There are cleanses beginning this week and in May as well—see the link below for details.) I feel like kind of the poster boy for Cate’s cleanses. Last year … Continue reading

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Open to Grace: A Mala


This is the 108th post in this blog, and like the first, I title it “Open to Grace.” The number 108 is auspicious because it is sacred in Hinduism and yoga. For many reasons, the number connotes wholeness. There are … Continue reading

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