The Yogic Lifestyle, Richard Matusow

It's fascinating to deconstruct our habits and to investigate why we make certain choices and develop a particular lifestyle.  Why do I exercise this way?  Why do I eat and drink these things?  Why do I work these hours?  Why do I get into similar relationships? Why do I have these same thought patterns?  The ultimate answer to all these questions is the same--we are looking for ways to increase pleasure and happiness and we think it exists externally in other people, objects, and accomplishments.  This approach inevitably leads to disillusionment and suffering.

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Yoga of Sound, Richard Matusow

Over the years, I have found Naada Yoga (the yoga of sound) to be a powerful way to expand beyond many of my perceived physical, emotional, and psychological limitations.  Naada yoga is based on the premise that everything that exists in the cosmos—human beings included—consists of sound vibrations, called naadas...

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Genesis - Part I, Matthew Lau

..We'll start in February when we first signed the lease. I gathered a small army of friends and new acquaintances, including a Lewis and Clark Senior named Jake.  Richard knew Jake's cousin who lived in NYC, and had said he was a hard worker, needed cash, and was a 'super handy craftsman' sort of dude.  Once I got Jake on board, he started gathering friends from LC who also wanted to make some ca$h, get fed La Sirineta burritos, and drink beer...

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