Yoga

Running, Yoga and Dance for Peace

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Running and yoga are what keep me most balanced physically and mentally, but a doin' a little dance once in awhile always lifts my spirit. We live in a fast-paced, high stress world and alcohol...

The Felt Mind versus the Processor Mind

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In a 2006 issue of TIFERET, I came across an association with massage to writing that resonated. In an interview with writer Brenda Miller, Miller (also a massseuse) says that in massage a masseuse must be...

Inspiration

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Before this morning's yoga class a fellow student shared that to be inspired is to be “in spirit” and that to feel enthusiasm is to be with god (en+theos). This got me thinking (as...

Event: Yoga As Muse for Creative Flow with Jeffrey Davis

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Don't wait for inspiration. Show up for it. Thurs., Feb. 9 | 8:30-9:30 EST

FAQs About Yoga & Creativity

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I would like to answer some frequently asked questions related to Yoga As Muse. I welcome your responses and questions. WHAT IS YOGA? I speak as a writer who came to yoga later but also as...

OUT OF THE WAY & IN THE WAY: Reflections on Yoga & the Creative...

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It’s a precarious way of life, this writing from some place where will steps aside and something else altogether takes over. I don’t mean to imply that divine agency is afoot or that little...

Words of Wind: To Those Who Resist Change & Rewriting

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Ah, resistance to change. I admit I like my routines and cringe at change, but I’m not the dig-your-heels-in-the-ground sort. I don’t invite the dramatic change, but even when my first wife said adios...

Judith Hanson Lasater on Making Peace with the Present Moment

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Judith Hanson Lasater with B. K. S. Iyengar On  Monday, 1/28/13, from 7-7:30 PM EST, 6-6:30 PM CST, for Tiferet Talk, I will have the honor of speaking with writer, yoga instructor, psychologist, and physical therapist Judith Hanson...