“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” – Oscar Wilde.
I love this spot-on observation by one of the most outlandish “livers” of all time. It seems to perfectly express the epidemic anxiety felt by most yogis, artists and seekers, i.e. those wired for more than the status quo.
For us that have the taste buds for exhilaration and real life, nothing less will do. And when that fullness of living feels in any way out of reach, angst and frustration are the natural resultants.
Do you ever feel like yoga should be more accessible? It has become harder with
our fast-paced lives to get our practice in. Especially in a highly digital world, we have
become more and more distracted. Instead of staying centered and trusting our internal
compass, we’re pulled in a million directions. What’s the solution?
We’ve got something new for you this month. In the interest of exposing you to a broad range of yoga, we’re excited to roll out new Kundalini classes and practices with Guru Jagat from the Rama Institute for Applied Yogic Science and Technology.
If you aren’t familiar with Kundalini, you aren’t alone. More mysticism surrounds this style of yoga than most others. Do you have to wear white? No. Is it a religion? No. And, what’s this about coiled serpents? How can this ancient practice apply to me in this modern age where I’m just seeking to find a mind-body connection?