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Kirtan is Medicine

by Laurie Stark “What we talk about peace and love, it’s all mouth. But actually, it’s very hard to do it. I find it’s so much easier through...
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Reverend Laksmi Scalise

Understanding Sound Healing  Interviewed by Amy Cho Rev. Laksmi Scalise Sound healing is a complementary therapy to heal mind, body, spirit,...
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Integral Yoga End-of-Life Project – a Midterm Report

By Karuna Kreps & Chandra/Jo SgammatoDuring the dormancy of the pandemic a new branch of Integral Yoga was planted, has taken root, and is...

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What is Practice?

What is Practice?

By Dhāraṇī Diana Díaz In Sutra 1.13,  Patanjali tells us that Practice is effort toward steadiness of mind. But before we get into Practice,...

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Why We Gather

Why We Gather

By Laurie Stark According to Swami Satchidananda, a real spiritual experience means to see the unity in diversity.  The practice of yoga teaches us...

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Spiritual Activism

Spiritual Activism

Swami Ramanada, the past president of Integral Yoga New York, initiated the Spiritual Activism program on a visit to New York from San Francisco...

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Ahimsa and Racism

Ahimsa and Racism

In her article “Yogic Philosophy and Anti-Racism”, Lorry Henderson shares, “I find most potential for yogic philosophy to align with anti-racism...

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Embracing Ahimsa

Embracing Ahimsa

The practice of Ahimsa, non-violence, can be considered more broadly as a practice of not causing suffering to any being, ourselves included....

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