In 2013, I became aware that I was at a new stage in The Hero’s Journey: I was Returning from several years of travel adventure. Here’s what I learned.
Tag Archives | Spirituality
Volunteering and self-less service are the true essence of yoga and spirituality. I found both at the TDH CORE children’s homes in Tiruvannamalai, a centre run by an amazing man named Ramu.
The highlights of the first half of the Redback Travels tour of South India were the spiritual sites of Tiruvannamalai: Mount Arunachala, temple, ashram.
Could you handle 10 days of silence at a meditation retreat in India? Darcie Connell shares her experience in a guest post on Breathedreamgo.
Aurovalley Ashram, near Rishikesh in north India, is a very special place, a haven of peace, natural beauty and profound spiritual energy. This is one day.
The Bright Day, one of the Mumbai films at TIFF, was my fave film. It’s a travelogue and spiritual quest about a young man in search of himself in India.
I finished my 30-day Yoga Challenge at Lila Yoga, Toronto, and found that regular yoga classes have inspired change in all parts of my life. Change is good!
Learning how to “do” social media effectively is a lot learning a spiritual discipline. Here are 5 spiritual ideas and how social media exemplifies them.
Yoga philosopher Ram Vakkalanka tells an ancient story to illustrate that spirituality and yoga are part of life; doing one’s duty is a path to enlightenment.
Money does not buy happiness, yoga is not about putting your leg behind your head and people are good. Here are the top 5 things I’ve learned after a year of traveling in India.
Did you know this?! I didn’t. But I find it very cool that the oldest words written, the Rig Veda or songs of creation, were the first sounds ever recorded.
January 12 is Swami Vivekananda’s birthday (born 1863). In honour of his birthday, I am posting the speech he made in 1893 at the World’s Parliament of Religions in Chicago. He was the first Indian swami, or guru, who really made a big impact on the west. To say he stole the show is an understatement.