Ego

Ego Written by Sharon Brooke Uy Terrorism strikes again, as it seems to be doing more frequently and brazenly, though in reality, violence and the like have been in effect for centuries, just in different ways and under different names. How challenging it can be to offer compassion rather than Read more…

Dispassion

  Dispassion Written by Sharon Brooke Uy Every day I show up for practice at the yoga studio, I always place my mat down in the same exact spot. Back right corner of the room, directly next to the door. For over five years, this has been “my spot.” Teachers Read more…

Yoga and politics

Written by Sharon Brooke Uy It’s election year in the United States. Emotions run high, vibrations run low, and war seems increasingly extant, not just between countries, but between individual people. Fear has become the overt weapon of choice, and a very potent one at that. I often find myself Read more…

Sitting Still

Sitting Still Written by Sharon Brooke Uy There’s a meditation class that goes on after Wednesday night yoga. During one particular meditation class, halfway through, I found myself struggling deeply to sit still. Numbness in my foot was traveling up my leg, and I wanted so badly to change my Read more…

Visa Applications and the Kleshas

Visa Applications and the Kleshas Written by Sharon Brooke Uy Applying for an Indian visa is not the simplest or most carefree task. The entire process has the potential to breed feelings of overwhelming stress, and the pressure to make absolutely no mistakes on the application is incomparably high. So, Read more…

Why did Yoga became so popular?

Why did Yoga became so popular? Written by Caroline Hecker First of all Yoga calms your mind, it makes you more relaxed in a world, that becomes more and more restless. Furthermore it supports your concentration and living more mindfully. While the world seems to loose its focus and peacefulness Read more…