Savasana- The Art Of Letting Go

Savasana is a weird pose. First it looks like a nap but it’s not, then we are asked to relax completely while lying down, but we’re not allowed to sleep – worst, we’re to remain fully conscious! Beyond this contradiction, Savasana is

The Yogi Trail

Ben and I spent the last year doing yoga and meditation in various places in India. I don’t claim to be an expert on yoga in India but I’m quite happy with

Never Forget The Teachers

Never let down your guard, while walking the path of yoga, For there is nothing worse than feeding that spiritual ego. To prevent this and save a lot of time one should not let pride set in and always remember, this practice came from someone. The Teacher. Remembering our teacher brings humility and reminds us that true yoga is…

Being Vegetarian…

I guess it’s true what they say. No matter how much you think you have control over things, in the end you can’t be sure what the future holds. We embrace on to imaginative ideas about who we are and what we will become, but the truth is

TEACHERS, Finally!

2015 was dedicated to yoga. The journey began in January and the ending in December couldn’t have been better. Looking back now I don’t think I could have done one year in any better way and there is no way I could have

One fine morning…

When we were living in Mcleodganj, I had a favourite ‘go-to’ spot there. It was a  bench on a walking path right next to the Dalai Lama’s temple. After a visit to the temple I would usually walk down to this spot to just sit, look at the valley of Dharamsala and contemplate on life….

As You Sow, So Shall You Reap

A while ago, I took up a course at the Tushita Meditation Centre  in Mcleodganj, India. The course is called ‘introduction to Buddhism’. This, after Parmarth Ashram, was the next