Monthly Archives: October 2011

Remembrance on Halloween

I love Halloween. Aside from the chance to step outside your comfort zone and don something wild, it’s also a great time for remembrance. Halloween is thought to be the time when the veil between the living and the dead … Continue reading

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Embrace non-greed

Non-greed (aparigraha) Aparigraha (ah-pah-ree-GRAH-hah) Definition: “When non-greed is confirmed, a thorough illumination of the how and the why of one’s birth comes.”—Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, translation and commentary by Sri Swami Satchidananda Aparigraha teaches us to take only what we … Continue reading

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What’s your Halloween mask?

I used to joke that Halloween was the only day out of the year when everyone could be themselves. While slightly cynical, it does prompt reflection on the masks that we wear year-round. As the season of mask-wearing approaches, I … Continue reading

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