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Less Stuff = More Freedom

We've all had that moment when a certain book comes at just the right time; it seems to be speaking directly to us. The first book to do that for me...

Alison Ottaway
July 3 2012

12 Ways to Engage & Optimize Your Creative Mind

I just finished reading Johan Lehrer’s book Imagine. Working on the theory that we need both our left and right-brain hemispheres to produce the best...

Julie Wilcox
June 26 2012

Get Unstuck: 5 Simple Steps to Stop Procrastinating and Start Seeing Results!

Ever found yourself inventing things to do to avoid starting an important job? Are there some tasks that seem to refuse to budge from your to-do list?

Linzi Wilson
June 20 2012

10 Must-Read Books for Yogis

While there are many powerful and well-circulated ‘yoga books’ that get used and reused for teacher trainings and programs, as well as self-knowledge,...

Derek Beres
June 8 2012

5 Books That Make Going Vegan Easy

I’m sure you have noticed that veganism is popping up more and more all over the place. You may have been contemplating taking the leap. The hardest...

Lindsay Greenfield
May 25 2012

Why You Need to Read 'Finding Ultra' by Rich Roll

Even if you aren’t dreaming of completing an endurance race, you’ll still be blown away by Rich Roll’s account of his transformation from an...

Colleen Wachob
May 24 2012

5 Awesome Non-Traditional Yoga Books for Yogis

As a yoga teacher, some of my favorite questions to receive from students center around the philosophy of yoga, the spirit practice, which is the...

Dani Marie Robinson
May 15 2012

A Summer Reading List for Deep Thinkers

We all know a summer reading list should provide entertainment for you this summer, but why not grab a stack of books that is sure to provide much...

20 Life Changing Books on My Shelf

I’ve been a fervent reader since high school and have collected the opinions and perspectives of a variety of authors and experts over the years. I...

Gigi Yogini
May 3 2012

4 Qualities of Lucky People

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be lucky while others can't seem to catch a break?

Jason Wachob
April 28 2012

Sarah Herrington on OMSchooling, Writing, and The Poetry of Yog

To hear many adults talk about their first time practicing yoga is to hear a great deal about the moment “a light bulb turned on.” Yoga has helped...

Lindsey Toledo
April 26 2012

4 Books That Will Change Your Life

I’ve been on a big learning journey over the past few years and have come across some amazing books that have literally transformed my life. Here I...

Alana Gibbs
April 23 2012

Deepak Chopra: The Power of Silence

"Practice silence and you will acquire silent knowledge. In this silent knowledge is a computing system that is far more precise and far more accurate...

April 18 2012

2 Steps to Deep Meditation

Anapanasati Sutra is a “Breath-Mindfulness Discourse” that details the Buddha's instruction on using the breath as an insightful focus for meditation....

Luke Eriksen
April 10 2012

4 Tips for Handling Unsupportive People

Sometimes making healthy choices can be tough – not only on a personal level, but on a social one. So how do we deal with unsupportive friends,...

Kris Carr
April 4 2012

Yoga Cures...Sugar Cravings! Tara Stiles Tells Us How

Sugar was recently called "a driving force behind some of this country's leading killers, including heart disease." But our friend Tara Stiles has a...

Jason Wachob
April 3 2012

7 Lessons From The Bhagavad Gita

"Do you not see how necessary a world of pains and troubles is to school an intelligence and make it a soul?" - John Keats, English Poet

Cat O'Connor
March 26 2012