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Guru Jamat

Let them be part of your daily bread, nothing special.  

Have a long-term committed relationship with your spiritual practices.  Let them be part of your daily bread, nothing special.  And yet so much magic.  This is powerful medicine.  Keep on showing up.  Cultivate this long-term relationship. Many days; many, many days – Guru Jagat

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Untrustworthy Warrior

Your Warrior-ship. Sometimes we want to hide our wounds, thinking they make us look weak or too vulnerable. But what if owning our wounds was a rite of passage for becoming a spiritual “warrior,” as articulated in this powerful quote by Chögyam Trungpa: “To be a spiritual warrior, one must have a broken heart; without […]

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White Fella, Black Fella, Every kind of Fella

Australia Day or Invasion Day?  ……insert your meaning here. We hope you get to sit back and enjoy some chill time with friends and family this long weekend, throw a tofu burger on the BBQ, etc, however, like all sweet things, there is a flip side. For some, there is bitterness and anger around the […]

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Electric Sheep Music at Warrior Headquarters

Dancing Warrior Yoga is proud to announce that we are now playing music from Electric Sheep during our classes. They are a Sydney based music company bringing fresh cinematic sounds, loops and percussion to the yoga mat. The Electric Sheep team is led by Glenn Sarangapany of lauded and loved Australian band, Birds of Tokyo. With […]

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Fear of Death

Words by Clare Lovelace Death of the physical body is the ultimate surrender. In yogic philosophy the term Abhinivesha describes fear of death as the greatest obstacle to freedom. All yogic practices prepare us for death. By practicing Ahimsa we are asked to let go of our apathy and greed and ensure all our actions […]

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Sukha (happy people), Dukha (unhappy people), Punya (the virtuous), and Apunya (the wicked)

Norrie mAy Welby & Matt Bergan Maitri karuna muditopeksanam sukha duhkha punyapunya visayanam bhavanatas citta prasadanam Yoga Sutra I.33 from Patanjali says: “By cultivating attitudes of friendliness toward the happy, compassion for the unhappy, delight in the virtuous, and disregard toward the wicked, the mind-stuff retains its undisturbed calmness.” In his commentary on Patanjali’s ancient […]

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The Power of Vulnerability

The Power of Vulnerability by Amanda Tuckerman “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and […]

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Wim Hof Method with Richard Ayling

Upon my last visit to Ubud, Bali I visited Paradiso, the vegan cinema that showcases non-violent, aspirational films. While I was enjoying a vegan hot dog, I noticed a poster of Richard Ayling, promoting his upcoming Breath Workshop inspired by the Wim Hof Method. I remembered seeing a documentary called the “Ice Man” on the […]

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‘They’ are enough too

Words by Amanda Tuckerman. You can catch Amanda’s classes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Last week I wrote about the fact you are enough. By extension, and possibly a little bit harder to accept in some cases, is the fact that everyone else is also enough…. Yes, even the people that push ALL of your […]

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You Are Enough

Am I enough? By Amanda Tuckerman. Catch Amanda’s amazing classes every Tuesday and Thursday 6.30am – 7.30am   The simple answer to this question is a huge YES!! However it is very easy to say and a lot harder to truly hear and believe the answer for our own selves. Whether we acknowledge it consciously […]

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