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This Is How Becoming A Father Transformed Me

Posted by Kenzo An on

I’m 41 years old and have a 2-year-old son. Relatively speaking, I’m a little late to the parenting game. Until a few years ago, I had no interest in having children whatsoever. I had lived in an intense intentional spiritual community for 14 years that suited my inclinations. I didn’t understand the value of devoting […]

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3 Things That Get Yoga Teachers Motivated Everyday

Posted by Kosta Miachin on

Yoga teachers are the focal point for most students during a yoga class. They are usually a picture of health and represent a wealth of yogic wisdom. A confident yogi, with great stature and a calm fluid voice instructing and inspiring the students in class, can invoke motivation to follow a yogic path in search […]

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How To Manage Stress Through Meditation & Mindfulness

Posted by Morgan Dix on

Stress is a killer. The science is clear. With all our success and achievement, there is an invisible cost. Our physical, emotional, and psychological health take a beating over time. And sometimes, there’s no return. Stress is also addictive. Just like caffeine is the magic ingredient that powers our love for coffee, chronic stress often […]

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How I Started Teaching Meditation (And How You Can Too)

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I remember the moment I decided to start helping other people learn how to meditate. It was about 17 years ago, right after a retreat with Shinzen Young. (Read on to the bottom to learn about a special meditation teacher training opportunity) I had been training with him for around 3 years and as we […]

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Letting Go And Coming Home

Posted by David Eyerman on

There is a myth about meditation. A lot of people think that it is something you can do well or do poorly. I often work with people who are brand new to meditation. Sometimes they say they have “tried it but haven’t done it right” or feel that they “can’t do it.” But here’s the thing. […]

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