Philosophy

Philosophy · 09/12/2018
Today I wanted to share one of my favorite parenting/mindfulness exercises from a book called Mindful Discipline by Shauna Shapiro and Chris White.

Philosophy · 05/15/2018
Asteya means non-stealing. It means not taking things that don't belong to us. This can include physical objects and also encompasses time, resources, energy, and more. This moral tenet asks us to refrain from stealing from others, stealing from the earth, stealing from ourselves.

Philosophy · 02/22/2018
This week we’re back to talking about philosophy. Satya means truthfulness. It means to be honest in your thoughts, speech and actions.

Philosophy · 02/02/2018
This week we’re talking about yoga philosophy and how to introduce the teachings to children. I’ve included a quick overview of yoga philosophy below. We’ll be exploring each limb in more detail on this site. In this week’s video we’re talking about the first yama, ahimsa, or non-harming. We can be non-harming by showing kindness and compassion to others and ourselves. I’m using a book called Garuda, the Eagle Who Soared with Ahimsa to talk about this with Harlem. The book is about...