Philosophy as a discipline is often misunderstood or confused. But it doesn’t have to be so convoluted! Read more about it here.
Āhimsa is the first step of the pre-practice of Yoga (the Yama-s) and its natural result is a protection of diversity. Read more about how Yoga Outreach, a non-profit organization, is creating room in often overlooked spaces for diversity to thrive.
We have been taught to be Believers, but there is an alternative! Researchers employ a systematic process that allows them to relate responsibly to the data they are observing. Read more about this here!
Inspired by the underlying synergies presented in the film The Wisdom of Trauma, this post outlines how trauma studies, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and Yoga weave together to form a robust basis for The One Person Revolution.
As a settler, deciding whether or not to celebrate Canada Day this year was an opportunity to examine how you make choices.
Moral decisions (what is the right choice? What is the good outcome?) are ones that we make all day, every day. Yet the majority of people make these important ethical decisions based on their past experience rather than present personal responsibility. Read this post to find out more!
This post is the third of a three part series about interrupting harm. It addresses that:
1. The way in which each person interrupts it will depend on their relationship to the harm.
2. As harm is interrupted, each person will have more freedom to choose to practice Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Self-Intimacy on a daily basis.