Diversity in Yoga — Learning About Community from Buddhists
Buddhists can offer much insight on the lack of diversity in yoga. Western Buddhist centers have struggled with many of the same issues that yoga now faces.
Diversity in Yoga — Reaching Out to the Community
With a lack of diversity in yoga, some teachers and nonprofit groups reach out to underserved populations in the community. Can this increase diversity?
Diversity in Yoga — The Great White Female Yoga
In spite of its definition as “union,” diversity in yoga is almost absent. Surveys and teachers emphasize the need to connect to a wider range of people.
Why It’s Painful to Let Go of Clutter
Recent research shows that, for hoarders, getting rid of clutter activates areas of the brain associated with conflict and pain.
Write Better With The Power of Intention
Intention helps you write better by shifting your focus from future goals to the present moment. It also makes every moment meaningful.
Write Better By Freeing Yourself From Your Goals
To write better, you sometimes need to let go of your goals. The power of intention can help you shift your writing focus to the present.
The Real Reason Downward-Facing Dog Is So Bad for You
Downward-facing dog is the most ubiquitous pose in yoga, says the Huffington Post. That’s very true, but is this actually a good thing?
Four Reasons I Hate The Phrase, Set Your Intention
I intended to write about using intention to write more creatively, but instead I wrote about the four reasons I hate the phrase, “set your intention.”