Category Archives: Old Yoga Stories

The Tax Collector

You know when you’re participating in a guided meditation, and the instructor says, Imagine you’re somewhere that makes you feel calm and happy, and you imagine yourself in that place, and it feels really nice and peaceful? Where do you go? … Continue reading

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The Blind Men and the Elephant

by John Godfrey Saxe Published by James R. Osgood and Company, 1873   A HINDOO FABLE. I. It was six men of Indostan To learning much inclined, Who went to see the Elephant (Though all of them were blind), That … Continue reading

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A Dialogue With Death

In both the Vedic and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, the personification of death is known as Yamaraj, or simply, Yama. Not to be confused with the Grim Reaper, Death is quite a gentleman, actually… His minions? Eh, not so much. Anyway, … Continue reading

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It Seemed Like Such a Good Idea at the Time

Have you ever wondered, How did my life become so complicated? Or, Where did all this stuff come from? Yeah, me too. Although I love my life and wouldn’t trade the people in it for anything, I do sometimes fantasize … Continue reading

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