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Not So Fast! A Message from the Universe

Now that we have three Gita classes, I’m enjoying the insights and contributions of all our members, learning what I can where I can. Last week as we talked about how sorrow, fear and anger can drag us down and hold … Continue reading

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Sensory Overload

“Is it wrong to want to experience new things, especially when we may never get the chance to do so again?” A question from one of our members who just returned from a trip to Amsterdam. She shared her internal … Continue reading

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Ego Maniac

This week, we completed Samkhya Yoga, the second chapter of the Gita. As we summed up what we had learned, we recounted the necessary qualities to attain peace. One of them is to relinquish the possessiveness that comes from one’s ego. It … Continue reading

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Being Nice vs. Self Sacrifice

“How much is too much when it comes to giving to others? What boundaries should we draw and what should we be willing to put up with?” One of our members raised this very important question last night, one that is … Continue reading

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