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This is the first in a series of articles where I will share with you various aspects of Yoga and Ayurveda practices and philosophy. In time I will offer a whole series on all the different aspects of these ancient arts.

The word Ayurveda means ...

Karma Yoga for India
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As you are probably aware, there is presently an incredibly challenging situation unfolding across India associated with Covid. Many ordinary people have lost their jobs and livelihoods in India as a result of Covid and the circumstances resulting ...

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We are all presently residing, to one extent or another, in a liminal space. The Cambridge dictionary definition of liminal is “between or belonging to two different places, states, etc. the liminal state between waking and sleeping.” So we are in ...

Incense burning next to small Ganesh Murti
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A long term Yoga student of mine, following the recent ‘lock down’ contacted me to say that, (as have many of us, during this peculiar process) she had done a lot of inner reflecting and soul searching and had, as a result, converted to Christianity. ...

Indian Sunset
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I started this blog in January whilst waiting 20 hours at Bahrain airport en route back to the Uk form India. Of course I had no idea at the time what lay ahead in just a couple of months time in the UK and the rest of the world. The original blog ...

Buddhist Temple in Kathmandu Nepal
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Kathmandu, the Nepalese Shangri-la city of dreams.

I share many practices that I learned whilst in Kathmandu, not least gratitude meditation and metta bhavana (loving kindness), as well as the ‘prostration’ version of the sun salute that I ...

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