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All Paths Lead Within

The power of cultivating intention

by Yoke Editors |

Yoga teachers often use the word intention. The meaning behind it within a spiritual practice runs deeper than the dictionary definition, because learning to cultivate intention in your yoga and meditation practice has positive consequences for your life and well-being beyond the mat. Read more.

Brahmi: The Ayurveda "Herb of Grace"

by Yoke Editors |

Brahmi was named after the Goddess Saraswati, the deity of wisdom, art, and music. The plant itself is even shaped like a part of the brain – the cerebellum – thus indicating its efficacy in promoting the deep, penetrating intelligence of Divine Mind.

Yogas Chitta Vritti Nirodhah

by Yoke Editors |

 SO WHAT DOES YOKE MEAN ANYWAY??? To yoke means to pull together. To bind together; to unite. It’s often used as a translation for the Sanskrit word yoga; and in yoga, to yoke is to create union between body, mind, soul, and the universal consciousness.  Read more

Healing with Turmeric in Ayurveda

by Yoke Editors |

This ancient spice helps to encourage the release of stagnant emotional energy from the chakras and subtle nadis (energy channels), while supporting the health of ligaments.