It's 2 AM and I'm wide-awake. Thanks, jet lag, for this opportunity to sit quietly in the dark of night, sipping water. 2020 is here. How fast the years seem to fly by. If you're a parent like me, you probably count the years in terms of your children's age and their milestones. I can hardly remember how old I am, but foremost in my consciousness is the acute awareness…
What in the world is spiritual conditioning? Here’s a story from a few years ago that got me thinking about it… The familiar discomfort had returned. My stomach flipped and my heart began to race. It was my daughter’s turn to spar.
You know Goldilocks, don’t you? She’s the little girl whose encounter with the three bears is a classic example for everything that’s “just right.” In fact, her story of just right has become a principle, an effect that denotes the optimal conditions in a variety of disciplines including psychology, medicine, and economics.
Tantra is a spiritual path that seems to be all the rage these days. Gone (or quickly going) are the days of Yoga. Tantra is the new Yoga.
As a lover of Shakti and as a staunch advocate for women and girls, I often find myself at odds with the wildly popular view of the Hindu goddess as a sword-bearing feminist, particularly in the West.
Navaratri is coming up! As you may know, Navaratri (which translates to “nine nights”) is a celebration of Shakti, the source of creation.
There’s a global phenomenon that you can’t escape, whether you are a materialist or a spiritualist – the call for self-love. It seems like everyone is talking about self-love, be it on social media by way of images that speak of this celebrated quality, on daily news or in the subtle messaging of TV advertisements.