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SUNDAY YOGA BLOG TIMES: WHAT YOUR BLOG HAS NOT EARNED YOU

What did you think it was?

Can you believe that [left] is a carved pumpkin? here are more!

Ganesh is not the remover of obstacles, says David Garrigues in his Asana Kitchen: Pasasana, that is the hallmark version. Ganesh is actually the one that places obstacles, and we remove them.
It is an ego check and keeper of the first pose of the intermediate series.  Great read and videos.

Funny cartoon on reincarnation

Kino on the logic of the six-times-per-week practice

SereneFlavor offers 3 GREAT ideas for entrepreneurs/yogis.

Bikram is at it again, this time suing Yoga for the People in NYC for poses… watch out studios!

An article that got 160,000 Facebook Likes! You what? I hear you say. Aha! Now, what kind of topic does it take to get there? Well, this one is called: “Why You Are Not Married” and it’s pretty good.

If you blog, insert your domain and see what your blog has NOT earned you.

I saw this picture in Facebook, it makes me laugh and I wanted to share with all of you bloggers out there!  You may have to make your screen bigger, for which using Control (or Command in the Apple) and the plus key (+) helps… I used to be a computer trainer, can you tell?

Funny

Want more? Here is Last Sunday’s Yoga Blog Times: When the Goal is To Trim The Body

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7 Responses to SUNDAY YOGA BLOG TIMES: WHAT YOUR BLOG HAS NOT EARNED YOU

  1. sereneflavor December 4, 2011 at 8:45 am #

    It's good to start the day with laughter! Thanks for the mention.

  2. JayaKrishna December 4, 2011 at 10:27 am #

    Hi Claudia(that's my mom's name btw:))! Thanks so much for your blog, I fully enjoy your views and all the awesome info. I hope you are feeling better and getting stronger:) I wanted to thank you for your Oil Bath post. I did it yesterday, after a truly magical and opening week of practice I was let's say really friggin sore! I took your instruction and WOW! I slept really hard and

  3. Claudia December 4, 2011 at 12:06 pm #

    S/F 🙂 <br /><br />JayaKrishna, great news! glad you enjoyed it, I would also be curious to hear how your next practice goes 🙂

  4. Anonymous December 4, 2011 at 11:31 pm #

    David&#39;s suggestion is intriguing as a thought exercise, but it&#39;s completely wrong wrt Gaṇeśa. There&#39;s nothing in the tradition of Gaṇeśa worship which would authorize such a view.

  5. Claudia December 5, 2011 at 7:56 am #

    Anon I am no authority but symbolism works well for me, would be interesting to hear you expand on it on what Ganesha represents in your view.

  6. JayaKrishna December 5, 2011 at 8:32 am #

    Ok Claudia, You asked for it:) Let&#39;s just say my practice was interesting. I had expected(1st mistake) for my body to be magically opened…so not the case. Here&#39;s the interesting part, I was keenly aware that my body was tired, a bit stiff, but a tad bit stronger, also I really paid close attention to my bhandas and breath, it&#39;s like the physical became a second thought, awesome! I

  7. Claudia December 5, 2011 at 9:11 am #

    Thanks for sharing JK! think I just emailed you 🙂