Suffering




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Is resistance blocking you from accepting the present moment? Develop resilience and face life's challenges without becoming stuck.

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Awareness of the six pramanas is a vital step toward stilling the whirlpools of the mind. Learn how the mind functions through the lens of...

The Power to Transform Stress & Anxiety into Resilience The Power to Transform Stress & Anxiety into Resilience The Power to Transform Stress & Anxiety into Resilience The Power to Transform Stress & Anxiety into Resilience


By bringing awareness to the physiological sensations of stress and anxiety, we can use yoga to transform adversity into resilience.

How to Do Tonglen Meditation How to Do Tonglen Meditation How to Do Tonglen Meditation How to Do Tonglen Meditation


In Tonglen meditation, we take in the pain of others on an in breath, and send out healing vibes and thoughts on our out breath. Here's how...

The Sixth Limb of Yoga: Dharana The Sixth Limb of Yoga: Dharana The Sixth Limb of Yoga: Dharana The Sixth Limb of Yoga: Dharana


Dharana, the sixth limb of yoga, is the practice of maintaining focus on something, as a means of making the mind stable and binding body,...

The Meaning of Moksha The Meaning of Moksha The Meaning of Moksha The Meaning of Moksha


To reach moksha all we need to do to find peace and purpose in this life is to remember that we are more than just a physical body. But how...

Suffering & Sweetness: Understanding Duhkha and Sukha to Deepen Your Practice Suffering & Sweetness: Understanding Duhkha and Sukha to Deepen Your Practice Suffering & Sweetness: Understanding Duhkha and Sukha to Deepen Your Practice Suffering & Sweetness: Understanding Duhkha and Sukha to Deepen Your Practice


Understanding duhkha and sukha can help deepen your practice and help you learn to find contentment in the present moment.

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Non-attachment (or aparigraha) is not detachment. Learn more about this Buddhist and yogic principle, and how to practice it.