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AUTHENTIC GENDER EQUALITY

In ACTIVISM by Kim Roberts6 Comments

As more people explore the option to alter their biology, gender issues have surfaced in so many ways it’s hard to recognize certain facets of culture we used to take for granted. There is no longer a ladies room or a men’s room for that matter in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

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10 MYTHS ABOUT ASHTANGA YOGA, DEBUNKED

In YOGA by Kim Roberts1 Comment

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is an intense practice, and it tends to attract people who are somewhat driven. You have to have a certain amount of passion to get on your mat each morning and sweat through a self-directed hour and a half of postures and actually enjoy the practice. But I’d like to clarify a few points, because Ashtanga sometimes takes a bad rap where it’s not deserved. Here are a few of the more common ones you may have heard.

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MEETING YANGSI KHYENTSE RINPOCHE

In PILGRIMAGE by Kim Roberts2 Comments

According to Tibetan Buddhists, when a great master reincarnates, though he still retains the level of realization he attained in his previous life, he needs to go through the process of remembering it through formal instruction in this life so as better at teaching others.

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14 ENLIGHTENING REASONS TO VISIT CRESTONE THIS SUMMER

In PILGRIMAGE by Kim Roberts2 Comments

Crestone has received a fair amount of press in the past few years as news of our tiny Colorado community leaks out into the world. With so many spiritual centers in our midst, 23 at last count, this comes as no surprise. Many of us choose to live here because of access to those most precious of commodities: peace and quiet.

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ARE YOU EXPERIENCED?

In YOGA by Kim Roberts8 Comments

I don’t recommend yoga teacher trainings. Before you dismiss me, hear me out. I’m not saying don’t ever do one. I’m saying don’t go looking for one just for the sake of doing a teacher training or to get a certificate that says you can teach.

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YOGA AND BEGINNER’S MIND

In YOGA by Kim Roberts2 Comments

What I love about teaching beginners is the complete absence of preconception. Being a beginner means opening to something new. Openness is the most important tool we have when learning. Openness is not just about flexible hips or shoulder joints. Openness means acceptance, curiosity and humility.