Do you think success only comes at great personal sacrifice? Think again.
Have you ever wondered why success and stress seem to be inseparable companions in the world today? Success in business means long hours, political maneuvering, and the never-ending struggle to achieve. Success in love means constantly sacrificing and working on the relationship. Success in school, art, music, science and sports means the ever-increasing pressure to perform. When you take a step back and look at the whole picture, it’s hard not to wonder, “Is success today worth the cost?”
How can yoga help people with cancer walk through their fears, gain strength and stability, avoid recurrence, and cope with the lifelong effects of cancer? Rob Schware, cofounder of the Give Back Yoga Foundation, and Tari Prinster, founder of Yoga for Cancer (y4c), discuss these important questions in the next installment of the Yoga Service Interview Series.
It's a lesson we all can appreciate: Smile—because the world mirrors your heart. Qigong master Robert Peng began his qigong apprenticeship with the legendary monk Xiao Yao when he was a boy. Today he uses his extraordinary powers to heal and inspire. Here, he explains what is at the heart of one of his favorite practices—the Lotus Meditation>.