Posts Tagged: svadhyaya

Book: Wishcraft – how to get what you really want

For a book full of written exercises in self-study, try Barbara Sher’s Wishcraft: How To Get What You Really Want – A unique, step-by-step plan to pinpoint your goals and make your dreams come true.  Despite the cover art, rainbows

Book: Wishcraft – how to get what you really want

For a book full of written exercises in self-study, try Barbara Sher’s Wishcraft: How To Get What You Really Want – A unique, step-by-step plan to pinpoint your goals and make your dreams come true.  Despite the cover art, rainbows

Book: The Widsom of the Enneagram

Maybe you’ve heard the word “enneagram” before and wondered what it meant.  It refers to a traditional system of personality classification, a tool used to move past fixations of our egos.  It’s not so much a personality – which changes

Book: The Widsom of the Enneagram

Maybe you’ve heard the word “enneagram” before and wondered what it meant.  It refers to a traditional system of personality classification, a tool used to move past fixations of our egos.  It’s not so much a personality – which changes

Book: Healing Your Emotional Self by Beverly Engel

We are a social species, and we can be strongly influenced by the feedback we get from others around us – oftentimes internalizing feelings that really are all about them, not us.  If your self-study brings you to realize that you need to

Book: Healing Your Emotional Self by Beverly Engel

We are a social species, and we can be strongly influenced by the feedback we get from others around us – oftentimes internalizing feelings that really are all about them, not us.  If your self-study brings you to realize that you need to

Niyama: Svadhyaya

  This niyama is about staying really looking at ourselves.  We need to challenge our existing perceptions through the wisdom of others – often in reading – but we need to balance that with meditation and other practices of observing.  We

Niyama: Svadhyaya

  This niyama is about staying really looking at ourselves.  We need to challenge our existing perceptions through the wisdom of others – often in reading – but we need to balance that with meditation and other practices of observing.  We