Ode to Mother: RishiCulture Yoga Magazine
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In honour of Ammaji’s Bheemaratha Shanthi (pages 32-35), we dedicate this issue to Mother. I know that she would prefer to have all attention given to Swamiji, but for this … Read More

Under Her Wings
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“What past merits we must have earned to have landed into Ammaji’s nest.” During the time of training her young ones to fly, the mother-eagle nudges the eaglets out of … Read More

Krishna: RishiCulture Yoga Magazine
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This edition of the RishiCulture Yoga Magazine has received the most individual submissions to date!  Sincere thanks to all contributors. This issue is packed with the theme of Krishna: poems, … Read More

Thought or Intuition?
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The power of thought and the mind. ‘You think, therefore you are!” “You only accept the amount of love you think you deserve.’ “It is the nature of thought to … Read More

Trimurti, The Power of Three: RishiCulture Yoga Magazine
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This edition of the RishiCulture Yoga Magazine is the best one yet!  Sincere thanks to all contributors. This issue is packed with the theme of ‘three’.  Over 60 concepts are … Read More

My Top Three Yoga iPad Apps
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Pranayama by Saagara Amma would probably say that this app is an unnecessary prop, but I have found that on those days that I am not motivated to practice Pranayama … Read More

The Loreto
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My Last Day Regan left early in the morning to catch her flight back to Canada.  I had one extra day before leaving for Nairobi and it was a gorgeous … Read More

Český Krumlov and the Dancing Building
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A worthy assessment of the area by both domestic and foreign experts resulted in the acquisition of historic monument preservation status. In 1963, the town was declared a Municipal Preserve, … Read More

Not a Palace but a Palatial Collection and the Image Black Light Theatre
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This morning we went to a local cafe for breakfast.  Nice cheap food where the locals hang out.  Across the street was this church and market.  Regan loves markets as … Read More

Wencenles, King and Saint
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Wenceslas was considered a martyr and a saint immediately after his death, in Bohemia and in England.  Within a few decades of Wenceslas’s death four biographies of him were in … Read More

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