Christine Caldwell’s book, Bodyfulness: Somatic Practices for Presence, Empowerment and Waking Up in This Life, pushes back against the current mindfulness craze in the name of “bodyfulness,” a contemplative principle that focuses on attunement to one’s lived experience of the body.
My understanding of illusion is that we are its source. It is our own ignorance, interacting with the reality of existence, that gives rise to illusion.
Recognizing and embodying our interconnected wholeness within, with others, and with the world and universe around us is fundamental to the practice of iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation.
Andrew is a Buddhist meditation teacher and offers seminars internationally on meditation, dream yoga, and the art of dying.
Vanamali is a spiritual teacher and Bhakti practitioner.
Ekabhumi is an award-winning poet, author, illustrator, yoga instructor and arts educator.
Nevine is the founder of “Katonah Yoga.”
David is a popular NYC yoga teacher.
Pārvatī had a singular desire—to win Śiva, the greatest of gods, as her husband.
Meditation is an ancient self-administered technique that has recently been shown to be an effective modulator of pain in adults.
David is a spiritual teacher, writer and mystic.
Amy is an anatomy teacher and co-author of “Yoga Anatomy.”
The ways to meditate are many and varied. One of them centers on an inner point of concentration, the shrine of the heart. Entering into this holy place, into the very center of awareness, the spiritual aspirant can contemplate and worship the Divine in the most personal and powerful of ways.
Lama Tsultrim is the founder and resident lama of Tara Mandala.
Tias is a popular yoga and meditation teacher.
Richard is a yoga nidra teacher and author.