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.
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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 […]
While Indians were using the Internet to find out how to meditate, westerners were arguing about “who owns yoga.” This is, I think, the top story of 2010.
Dr. Deepak Chopra spoke to a full hall in Toronto about the formula for happiness and how we are all spiritual beings.
Karma has become an all-purpose word in the west that is used fairly indiscriminately without much understanding of what it really means. It’s a hard concept for many westerners to grasp; here’s my explanation.
I discovered the truth and power of ritual during the Kumbh Mela spiritual festival in Haridwar, India — the largest gathering of humanity on earth!
Photo of the week. I took this photo in the Naga Sadhu’s camp during the Kumbh Mela in April 2010. This Naga Sadhu (naked holy man) was a very sweet young man who enjoyed having his picture taken.
The spiritual wisdom of India was well-represented at the IdeaCity conference in Toronto by presenters Lakshmi Pratury, who talked about the need to redefine success, and Mallika Chopra, who talked about the power of intention.