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Episode #121: The Dharma of Karma Yoga with Sarahjoy Marsh

The Shift from self-centered to community-impactful yogisYou may have noticed on your yoga path a few shifts. The most obvious shifts at first are about how we feel. We get grounded, integrated, detoxed, clarified. The personal shifts are the beginning of our path to personal and planetary integration. The broken parts of us get healed. We become more whole in the process.Soon we notice a bigger shift. Our life is our own and not our own. We feel called to action. This is the path of karma yoga. We...

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Karan Bajaj: Living Yogi-Engineer-Novelist Shoots the Breeze on Dharma + Karma

Indian Engineer Churns out another Best SellerKaran Bajaj invites you into dissolving yourself. He invites us into purifying our actions right where we are now, instead o f looking for something outside ourselves. You’ll be in a yogic experience of reinventing yourself. He asks, are you in a hurry to accomplish something in this life? Or are you going at the pace that life is engaging you. All of this coming from an Indian best seller, who today is releasing a book which already has major movie contract, The Yoga of Max’s...

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Sacred Impact: Lesson 6: Dharma and Agni

Once a time there was a woman. She started to go to yoga class. She discovered parts of herself she never knew. She tapped into depth. She gained access to witness awareness. Her vocabulary expanded with her discoveries. And her discoveries expanded with her vocabulary. She started to learn Ayurveda, and moved even deeper into her sacred anatomy. She became more sensitive, more articulate…and unfortunately, more self-absorbed. What? Self-absorbed?...

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Ama and Dharma

Much has been written in the last decade about diet and depression. This connection seems obvious to anyone who has ever radically shifted their diet and experienced a whole new way of being. Often in cleanse courses I teach many people awaken to the same realization - when they simply cleanse or liquid fast for a few days they awaken to their inherent inner joy. Better than dark chocolate. No really.This connection is the basis of Ayurvedic philosophy - that the gunas or energetic qualities of what goes in the...

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