Living Towards Wholeness

Living Towards Wholeness

In The Throes of Asteya (Non-stealing) By Elizabeth Sostre “The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed” – Mahatma Ghandhi At what point do we surrender and simply share the world with gratitude? Our culture has its feet rooted in...

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Living Towards Wholeness

Living Towards Wholeness

From Fear to Courage, From Courage to Love and Ahimsa (Non-Violence) By Elizabeth Sostre “Storms rage about me. I calm my heart and send out ribbons of peace – peace.” From the Yamas and Niyamas by Catharine Larsen When one has a calm heart, they are practicing a form...

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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 work within Pantjali’s Eightfold Path. Specifically, the moral code laid out in the Yamas and Niyamas. Yamas are intended...

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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. Thesaurus.com provides the antonym for violence as peace and kindness. How can we bring this practice into our life?   You may...

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