Tag Archives: Domination Culture

What is Patañjali’s Yoga?

‘Yoga’ is not a synonym for movement; it is a category of moral philosophy. Patañjali’s Yoga is a contribution to that category, which describes one way of living and aiming in life. Read more about it here!

5 Incredible People to Follow (Part 1)

At each New Moon I send out a newsletter that features one Incredible Person to Follow. This is an awesome-filled compilation post of the first five people I ever featured: Sonya Renee Taylor, Tiffany A. Yu, Ta7talíya Michelle Nahanee, Jeffrey Marsh, and Dr. Shyam Ranganathan.

5 Questions about Vedic Astrology, Answered!

What is Vedic Astrology? How does it relate to astronomy? How do I start practicing astrology? Why follow the moon? Find answers to these questions and more in this blog post!

5 More Premises of Nonviolent Communication

NVC bases its process for connection on certain premises. Read this post to gain a deeper understanding of the foundations of this practice!

Why is Vedic Astrology one sign behind Western Astrology?

If you’ve been practicing with me for a while, you may have noticed that I report which lunar cycle we are in based on Vedic Astrology rather than Western Astrology. Why? Find out here!

25 Day Yoga Challenge in Support of Yoga Outreach

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.

Backcountry Camping can be Yoga

How can backcountry camping be an expression of yogic practice? Come along for a journey with me over three nights spent in the woods.

5 Premises of Nonviolent Communication

NVC bases its process for connection on certain premises. Read this post to gain a deeper understanding of the foundations of this practice!

Let’s Talk About Beliefs

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!

Domination Culture – the one person revolution