Spiritual Poetry: A Conversation with Paul John Roach and Ellen Grace O’Brian If you’ve ever wondered about the connections between spiritual poetry, enlightenment, and everyday life, you’ll enjoy this insightful podcast interview with Yogacharya Ellen […]
Decide to Be Spiritually Enlightened in This Lifetime Join Yogacharya Ellen Grace O’Brian and her spiritual teacher, Roy Eugene Davis, a direct disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda and internationally known spiritual teacher and author, as they discuss how to become […]
Kriya Yoga Satsang with Yogacharya: Stay Open A purposeful life is like a great steamship coursing through the waters of the world. Although it’s path is straightforward, the journey is marked time and again by […]
Kriya Yoga Satsang with Yogacharya: Be Intentional Live intentionally with higher purpose. When you do, you will discover an invincible, grace-bestowing Power within you that will draw to you whatever is needed for fulfillment of […]
Paramahansa Yogananda’s message was as ancient, as brilliant, and ever-new as the sun: Arise! Awaken to your divine Self. It’s a new day. There’s another way to live… Paramahansa Yogananda, great yoga master and beloved […]
Spiritually conscious living is intentional living. It is at once lofty and practical. To live deliberately requires us to discern the sacred wholeness of life, to realize the nature of ultimate Reality and our relationship […]
How to Connect Your Spiritual Heart and Your Activist Feet Without Losing Your BalanceThe heart of yoga is mysticism, the universal experience of conscious communion with God or ultimate Reality. Mystics arise in all religions […]
Thoreau’s call to “simplify, simplify” resonates deeply with me; I have contemplated it often. When I first encountered his words, I wondered why he repeated the phrase.
The gift of Satyagraha that Mahatma Gandhi gave the world—the revelation of the nonviolent force for good that is born of truth and love was, and continues to be, illuminated by his life.
Life can be a perpetual search for happiness in its myriad forms—pleasure, security, success, contentment, joy. Ever notice that we look for it and find it, only to lose it again? Or want more from wherever it seemed to come from?