Message from the Kogi by Emma Szymanski This past March, the Global Peace Initiative of Women organized a five-day retreat in Costa […]
Mother Earth is calling on you, as her tears are drying up in the hope of the new ecological transformation. The introduction of new values will require the help of the sacred chiefs to oversee and guide the world into conscious science, politics, social and economic policies that humanity and nature need for ecological sustainability.
Protect the children, new born pups, the young shoots – every form of budding life! Beloved Great Grandmother, the Ancestral, please help the children, new born pups, the young shoots — every form of budding life! Beloved Great Grandmother, the Ancestral from whose womb we all are born, whose fragrant silver hair falls long and thick. When I reach to touch it I feel Your timeless hands caressing me as well, here, where I am, always between Your big warm arms … […]
We need to return to simpler and more spiritual ways of life, to true values, to the conscious respect towards what surrounds us and of which we are only temporary tenants.
A prayer by composed by Rev. Doju Dinajara Freire to honor the lineage of the Ancestral Feminine.
A Curriculum for Our Times By Jana Long, E-RYT, C-IAYT Executive Director & Co-founder Black Yoga Teachers, Alliance, Inc.
The only goal of the guru is to awaken those still lost in pain and ignorance. There is no other motive – not building an institution, not amassing followers and a big bank account – there is no “I” left to desire any of it.
It was more than 30 years ago that Swami Nirvanananda, an Italian student of agriculture and music, traveled to Puri, India, after having read the book ‘Autobiography of a Yogi’ by Paramahansa Yogananda. A book that transformed his life’s direction with Guru Yogananda Paramahansa serving as an inspiration and inner teacher. In India he met Father Marian, a survivor of the Nazi death camp of Dachau, who had started a village for lepers. Touched by the work of Father Marian and […]
How can we be fully attentive when our lives are cluttered with so many possessions, so many attachments, so many desires?
Bob is no longer interested in religion. He wears a t-shirt, simple cotton pants, and the flip-flops, a size too small, of a wandering ascetic. The Sufi poetry of Rumi is what he reads, or he sits in silence, which is his preferred mode of communicating.