Nothing is casual about a pilgrimage to the six Murugan temples of Southern India. It is a down-and-dirty journey to gaze powerfully into the eyes of God. Literally. Traveling to places where foreigners rarely step, and for good reason, is a commitment to bathe in the underbelly of unfolding consciousness.
By Arthur Strimling Machu Picchu! Yoga! Service! Last April I saw a beautiful card at Vira Yoga offering a New Year’s retreat led by Zhenja La Rosa and Jordan Mallah that would culminate at Machu Picchu on New Year’s Eve – with a full moon, a blue moon, yet. Wow! I have harbored a dream […]
It just occurred to me recently that most of my friends have so little teeth I can count them on one hand. Their glowing smiles radiate joy and I quickly forget that our cultures are worlds apart. For example, barely anyone I know here has a bathroom, sink, or shower. Every time I go to […]