Omega: How did you come to find yoga and yoga service?

Kathryn: I was a naval helicopter pilot and I fell while I was on deployment. Going through the medical separation process [leaving the military for...

Hope has a bad name these days among certain teachers.

On the one hand, it seems to suggest wishful thinking that distracts us from a sober assessment of reality and fosters unrealistic expectations. As Nietzsche put it, “Hope is the...

Dear Friends,

It is fitting that the focus of Earth Day campaign this year is environmental literacy. Education is the key to creating an understanding of our environmental...

Budgeting. There, I said it. How did that word make you feel?

If you are like most people you found yourself tensing up and feeling resistance. What if I told you there was another way to manage your cash flow, one that works...

Our approach to resilience differs from traditional notions of resilience in an important respect. When we tell people that our work is about helping our clients stay resilient, they often say, “I know someone who is very resilient; she bounced...

A Union of Ideals

By the grace of many Eastern traditions, teachers, and ancestors, white Western dharma communities have at their disposal profoundly liberating teachings and practices that have the power to sever at...

Ai-jen Poo, MacArthur Fellow and director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, reminds us of the significance that women are more than half of the workforce, electorate, and educated populace.

Kimberle Crenshaw, professor of law at UCLA and Columbia and an authority on Critical Race Theory and Civil Rights, explains why and how feminism must match its politics to a full spectrum reality of all lives.