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We’re not bodies that “have” souls. We’re souls who have bodies. Souls don’t require bodies to be able to live. Bodies without souls are called “dead.”

Yoga is everywhere—from Mumbai to Moscow to Monte Carlo. Yoga is meant to bring one closer to God, but many of today's yogis have a dif

Why would anyone take seriously a group of people who have arbitrarily chosen to worship one god out of a whole stable of contenders?

The terms "young," "middle-aged," and "old"—only apply to bodies. They don't apply to us as spiritual beings. We're different.

The soul is eternal and can choose to have a spiritual body or material body. If one seeks material happiness he is awarded a material body; if one seeks spiritual happiness one's spiritual body remanifests.

What we think about affects us. The good news is we can choose what we think about

Are they just a mass of unsystematic mythological texts, accumulated over the last couple thousand years by primitive tribesmen? Or an

The live recordings of As Kindred Spirits performing at the first Yoga Mala in DC.

There's a difference between the concept of "God" and the concept of the Absolute Truth. Here it is:

Traditional devotional song sung by Nagaraja dasa and accompanied by harmonium, mrdanga, karatalas, tamboura, and flute.

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