Swami's Philosophy

“Be Easeful, Peaceful and Useful,” The Story Of Sri Swami Satchidananda

We’re starting our series on famous yogis and yoginis with Sri Swami Satchidananda, for the simple reason that his version of the Yoga Sutras of Patañjali has become such a pervasive text in yoga and teacher training courses, and many will be familiar with this guru’s face smiling at you from the cover. He became […]

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Back to School

Orthorexia Nervosa: Why being super-healthy could be super-harmful

Do you care about what you eat? If getting your 5-a-day isn’t enough, and you’re rigidly stuck to the latest food trends, you could be suffering from orthorexia. It might sound crazy at first since we all know that it’s important to look after our health. After all, isn’t that what yoga is about? Well,

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Cultural Theft

How To Stop Striving And Start Living

Ever stopped and looked around and wondered why? Why are you doing this job you hate? Why are you considering signing up to yet another course to somehow improve yourself? Why are you saying yes to a party invite you really want to say no to? The moment we first start to ask why symbolises

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Life's Balance

Explore the Purusharthas — Can We Really Have it All?

A good career, enough money, great health, a good time and spiritual fulfilment – too much to ask? Surely you can’t have it all? Well, actually, yes you can. Desire is what makes us human, and by understanding what the heart truly wants, we can uncover our soul’s deepest desires to live a well balanced

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