The Call of the Wanderer In 1990 I left England and did not return for 16 years. It wasn’t just a holiday; it was for work. I got a job in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and we had to hand over our passports to the employers. I’m sure it was not legal, but it was… Read More How Archetypes can be the hidden drivers in your Life
After the March 20th solar eclipse which was a reboot of sorts, I became acutely aware of how much atomic weight the physical body has, how it feels heavy, pulled to earth by gravity. Its clunkiness is evident. But it is the psychic baggage we carry around that causes mental obesity too, along with the… Read More Weight Loss for the Mind: Stuart Wilde
Roll Call Before Starting Watch a video slide show of the Competition here: So as the dust has settled on 2014’s International Yoga Sports Federation competition, one of the most exciting events on the yoga calendar. This year it was at London’s Institute of Education, and now I’m pondering about this display of dedication and… Read More The 2014 International Yoga Sports Federation Competition
Doing the 30-Day Bikram Challenge So today is day 30 ! I have completed my Bikram ‘challenge’- 90 minutes of yoga performed in 105 degrees (40 C) heat daily for 30 consecutive days. That’s almost 50 hours of yoga in one month. It does not sound much, but takes a lot of persistence and stamina… Read More Doing the 30 Day Bikram Challenge
The Bikram Series: Some articles about Choudry’s version of yoga Bikram Choudry at work A while back I decided to write about Bikram yoga. I felt there was something important to say about how yoga triggers improvements in life, heals physical and emotional wounds, and highlights the indivisible mindbody connection. Having a fit body is… Read More Bikramarama!