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How can observing behavior at the dog park help you grow your business?
How does Formula 1 car racing relate to yoga?

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Aparigraha Dude!!

My blog post today is short.  It is dedicated to Sebastian Vettel who won the Malaysian Grand Prix. Aparigraha. It's one of the yamas that Vettel clearly hasn't mastered yet (while Nico Rosberg has). Google the race, google the word aparigraha, and it will all make...

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You’ve Come a Long Way, BABY!

"Yoga means union," is a common refrain you have undoubtedly heard if you've ever taken a yoga clases or read anything about yoga.  Union between body, mind, and spirit; union between self and all other forms of consciousness; and union within ourselves, the ability...

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Lotus, Hungary, and The Bhagavad Gita

YES! That's what I thought of the results of Saturday's race at the Hungaroring, near Budapest.  My favorite driver, Lewis Hamilton, won the race, with Team Lotus drivers completing the podium - Kimi Raikkonen in 2nd and Romain Grosjean in 3rd.  One of the many things...

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You Can’t Always Get What You Want

I dedicate today's post to my favorite F1 driver, Lewis Hamilton of McLaren. Prior to today's race in Valencia, Spain, Lewis was in the lead for the driver's championship.  On the second to last lap of today's race his car was contacted by Pastor Maldonado's Williams,...

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You Can Relax Now

I spent much of the past week visiting my old stomping ground, the suburbs of Chicago where I grew up.  I had the rare privilege of actually being with my father on Father's Day, as well sampling local yoga classes and leading a workshop at yogaview in Wilmette.  It...

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On Tires & Mats

Or should I write "Tyres & Mats" to be more true to form?! The compound-of-the-day is rubber.  That which transpires on rubber tires and rubber mats.  After watching Mark Webber win the Monaco Grand Prix yesterday - the 6th different driver to win in as many races...

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Memorializing the Warriors

It's Memorial Day Weekend, a holiday that originated to honor fallen soliders, warriors who gave their lives defending what they held dear. What better time, then, to reflect on that other battlefield that permeates our cultural discourse?  Our bodies. Can somebody...

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Be Careful What You Wish For . . .

  If you're anything like me - and if you're reading this post then I'm guessing you are - you will find yourself saying things like "I'm SO busy, but it's all good!" to anyone who asks how you are.  As in, "No, unfortunately I can't meet you at Shine for an...

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