"Those who wait for death to release them from their circumstances are merely fantasizing about something that never occurs. They should instead devote their energies to accomplishing their task on this earth." - Swami Rama; in Perennial Psychology of the Bhagavad Gita, pg. 210.
Many of us eat on the run or simply eat what is convenient. Others try various diet plans with varying results only to go back to our old habits. Or perhaps we consider food as a tedious chore to be gotten over with as quickly as possible. So how do we move towards a balanced diet? And exactly what is a balanced diet?
I haven’t visited SRSG since the pandemic began. It feels like such a long time ago, but also like I never left. While I haven’t been able to gaze at your face, or touch your hand, you and our Tradition have been a source of guidance, love and support every day.
Been feeling rushed lately? Do you find yourself eating at your desk or grabbing a bite as you run for the train? Or maybe, you’ve been feeling bored. So you sit on the couch watching TV with a snack, and before you know it, you’ve eaten the whole bag. Maybe you’ve been following a diet plan but your heartburn is still acting up and your energy level isn’t what it used to be. What can we do?
On March 17 & 18 2022, Indians will celebrate Holi around the world. There are several aspects to Holi that are explained below. Depending where it is celebrated, one or more of these aspects are given greater emphasis. While it is an important event in the traditions of India, it is one of the Indian festivals that is as old as the world itself, linked to nature and the cosmic cycle itself.
2022 HYT-TTP North American: In-Person Summer Retreat
15 March, 2022 @ 2:51 pm
We are eager to meet our extended AHYMSIN family in person once again, and we invite you all to our summer 2022 in-person HYT-TTP retreat in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The retreat will be held at the beautiful Providence Renewal Center from July 10th - July 23rd, 2022. Register and complete your payment by March 25th, 2022 and receive $150 off the cost of the retreat.