Philosophy Mind > Philosophy
A Yogic Response to Injustice

A Yogic Response to Injustice

It is a core teaching of Yoga and ancient philosophies worldwide that the outer world is a reflection of the inner. We all have a responsibility to look within and see our role in being creators, sustainers and destroyers of violence and injustice.

With eyes of compassion and understanding we must look at our anger, attachments, jealousy, fear, anxiety and all mental habits that create and perpetuate injustice. We must look at our shadows. Let them speak to us and let... Read More

Ancestral Ties

Ancestral Ties

"Can't live with them" is a common utterance when thinking about our families. Though, when it comes to our Ancestors, of course, we would not be alive without them.

Consider how much comes forward in our biologic and genetic imprints, and then, there's the karma within our... Read More

Freedom Within

"I made up the prison in which I see myself. All I need do is recognize this and I am free." - A Course in Miracles

When we release our hold on how anyone or anything "should" be, we realize inner freedom. When we allow life to be life - we experience our freedom. We become free when our joy does not depend on a situation or person being a certain way. We are free... Read More

See more on this topic

A Course in Miracles Veena Datta, JD
shifting our gaze to live a happier life
Presence Debra Nissen
horses, women, and leadership
Breaking the Iron Triangle Robert M. Duggan
A Book Excerpt- Part 1

Information on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your physician or healthcare professional.
This information is not for diagnosing or treating health problems or diseases, or prescribing any medication or other treatment.