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Welcome


The wonder, the joy, and the wonder again --


Until today, I didn't know

That I could give my heart to helping others

Find a path that brings them peace and freedom.

 

Here, there's no enemy.

For who would cause another pain

Has more already than they can bear.

 

No life, no being, no soul, no self,

How can words convey

What my heart now knows?

 

 

Join Hart in a blending of yoga asana and meditation that encourages the exploration of experience from the perspectives of physical, emotional and psychological sensations; this married with deep concentration emphasizing the belief that the blessing is in the ability to be both effortful and restful within practice and ourselves.

 

 

 
  • If you don't break your ropes while you're alive, do you think ghosts will do it after?
    — Kabir
  • If you don't break your ropes while you're alive, do you think ghosts will do it after?
    — Kabir

     

  • There is no nirvana or bodhi apart from the experience of life itself.
    — Ken McLeod
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    The blessing is in the effort.
    Ramanand  Patel
  • Each of us is a warrior, a protector of patterns that we use to avoid feelings. Reactions come into play whenever we sense the vulnerability of our woundedness consciously or unconsciously. The patterns are often linked to duty, honor, loyalty, discipline. Occasionally they look like courage, but fall apart under deeper scrutiny.
    - Hart Lazer
  • We have lost so much knowledge in exchange of information.
    - Unknown
  • One must make his fears his agenda
    -  Unknown

  • What usually has the strongest psychic effect on the child is the life which the parents have not lived.
    - Carl Jung
  • Almost everyone has some addictive pattern. Any reflexive response to stress or anxiety wether conscious or not is a form of addiction. The chief motive of any addiction, of course, is to help one not feel what in fact one is already feeling. Breaking the tyranny of addiction will require one to feel the pain that addiction defends against. No wonder then that addictive patterns have such staying power as flimsy faultering defense againt primal wound.
    - James Hollis
  • It is a painful thing to look at your own trouble and know that yourself and no one else made it.
    - Sophocles
  • Do not fear death so much, but rather inadequate life.
    - Bertolt Brecht