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The Eight-fold Path

i’ve been frequenting a yoga studio in Portland that’s pretty spectacular. for the most part, the teachers talk about alignment and correct posture. one teacher named Sarah, however, brings spiritual growth into each class. she speaks at the beginning of … Continue reading

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Spiritual Vernacular – Part III

we’ve discussed form and formlessness during the first chapter of spiritual vernacular, and energetic frequencies in the second. now we’ve moved to: nirvana enlightenment authentic empowerment nirvana¬†has it’s origin in the Indian religions of Hinduism, Sikhism and philosophies of Buddhism … Continue reading

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I Take Refuge In . . .

¬† i’ve been a yoga practitioner for a decade and a half. long before and throughout those years i’ve taken a journey to find myself and to free myself. spiritual books, knowledge of religions, meditation practices, daily life experiences. in … Continue reading

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