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Posted by YOGANONYMOUS on January 31, 2012 in
 “I love my life.”How do you feel when you hear someone say that? Do you feel like, “Yeah, me too!”?Or do you feel envious? “How arrogant! Where do you get off lovingyour life? Especially when mine stinks.”?Recently I ran into someone who asked me what was going on in my life. I told them I was just about to be on Good Morning America and was very excited about that. They didn’t say...
Posted by Tali Koziol on January 12, 2012 in
When I was younger, ready to graduate high school, I didn’t yearn for that full college experience. Living in a dorm, eating in a cafeteria, college parties, none of it interested me. I stayed in Denver, went to school and worked full–time. I got good grades, learned a ton and had some fun in the process. I felt like I had a good college experience.It wasn’t until I entered my 200 hour teacher...
Posted by on January 5, 2012 in
Shiva Rea addresses the Speakeasy attendees in Squaw Valley (2011) regarding Yoga Energy Activism: how we can regenerate our energy linking our heart, body, home and ecology. Shiva Rea, M.A. is a yogini firekeeper, sacred activist, global adventurer and leading innovator in the evolution of prana flow yoga, transformational vinyasa flow integrating the tantric bhakti roots of yoga,...
Posted by on December 22, 2011 in
The ancient tradition of tantra yoga is the ultimate science of fulfillment. Illuminating both the path of self-knowledge and the path of becoming the person you were meant to be, the teachings provide a roadmap to uncover your soul's call to greatness and to unlock your capacity to achieve it. In this lecture Rod discusses his new book, The Four Desires and outlines the keys to fulfilling your...
Posted by admin on December 15, 2011 in
Seane Corn shares a candid heart-to-heart with the SPEAKEASY audience assembled in Stratton, VT in June of 2011, where she spoke of her life as a yogi, from just discovering yoga, to where her heart has led her to today... as a seeker, student, teacher and ultimately, a servant. Hear first-hand about her work on and off the mat, her projects, the integration of the yoga practice- into the mystery...
Posted by on December 12, 2011 in
"Tiny Buddha" founder, Lori Deschene, explores how social media can either help us hinder us or in forming meaningful, authentic connections. Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha, a community blog that publishes tips and stories about letting go of pain and embracing happiness. In addition to sharing her own struggles and insights and encouraging others to do the same, she also offers...