I have just received and listened to Rajesh David’s latest CD entitled ‘Isha’. I must say that it is, as ever, an absolute gem. Rajesh brings out the wisdom, sentiments and inspirations of the Ishavasya Upanishad in his incomparable style. Beautiful chanting of the Sanskrit text. May Rajesh continue to produce more priceless renditions ofContinue reading Ishavasya Upanishad
Guest post by Narada A story of Yoga, love, laughter and determination Surprisingly, I managed to squeeze through a window of opportunity to get to my charitable project in Africa, Ulingana.com, raising funds for my young deaf friend, Ketty, to get a schooling. And now also building a Yoga Hall on a friend’s bit ofContinue reading Letter from Africa
A Post by Guest Author, Narada (Tony Sugden) As a Yoga practitioner, first and foremost I look for clarity. When I find it, then when I am exposed to social injustice, there is a deep feeling that something is horribly wrong. I see my sisters and brothers, they are made of the same stuff asContinue reading Possibilities for Social Justice
Reference to the chakras in symbols and in textual descriptions can be found in diverse cultures worldwide. The following is a brief synopsis: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism Since yoga and tantra are mystical teachings within Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism, it is evident that chakras are integral to these religious systems.
What is this ‘I’ with which we so identify and which we spend our entire life-time feeding, pampering, protecting and re-producing? What is this ‘I’ that we fear for after death? Will the ‘I’ be extinguished or will something survive? For thousands of years, yogis, sages and seers, as well as the yogic texts, haveContinue reading The Essential Nature of ‘I’