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November's Theme is Shanti, Gratitude, and Offerings of the Heart

In this month of thanks-giving, may we cultivate an abundance of shanti (peace), gratitude, and other heart-qualities within… and so joyously extend and generously share these offerings of the heart.

“The word for ‘peace’ here is śānti. It is a beautiful word. It can also be translated as ‘tranquility, quiet, calmness of mind.’ Śānti is an easeful state of inner freedom, for in this peace there is no bondage to the cycles of disappointment driven by self-centered desires. The peace that is śānti is not a passive, unmoving, static peace. I am reminded of the saying: still waters run deep. Those places in a powerfully flowing river where the surface current churns the least are those places where there is the most depth. So, too, śānti is quiet and deep, yet also expansive, dynamic and nourishing.”

“The spiritual peace I am speaking of here is one that finds expression in the whole of one’s being. Śānti is associated with tenderness, humility, benevolence, strength, forgiveness, patience, dignity, respect, gratitude and reverence.”

“At the core of your beings stands the abiding silence of Love, and that love is śāntirūpa: ‘of the nature of peace’.”
– William K. Mahony, from Exquisite Love p. 215-216

I have always wanted to save the world, by Wendy Swanson

I have always wanted to save the world. When I was in elementary school I befriended every odd girl out partly because I too felt like the odd girl out and partly because I could not stand any injustice or seeing someone else suffer. I grew up in a middle class... read more

What is Yoga? by Mara Healy

“Yoga is the teacher of yoga; yoga is to be understood through yoga. So live in yoga to realize yoga; comprehend yoga through yoga; he who is free from distractions enjoys yoga through yoga.” ~Sri Vyasa (first commentator on The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali) What does... read more

Beer and Yoga: My Experience, by Wendy Swanson

Every once in awhile there is something that gnaws at me and will not let go until I do something about it. My experience assisting a yoga class at a brewery is one of those times. I’ve been reluctant to share this, since my viewpoint goes against the grain and... read more

The Freedom to Make Mistakes, by Elizabeth Dickinson

There is a quote by Gandhi that really inspired me this week, and it reads: “Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes” I love this quote because it calls us to really look at the ways in which we limit and trap... read more

I {HEART} my Sangha! by Kellie Jackson Daniel

Community!!! One of my favorite things to celebrate! In honor of our theme for July, I wanted to share how my love for community began and continues to grow! It was not until moving to Charlotte 13 years ago, that I discovered the practice of yoga and sometimes I... read more
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