Plants in a meadow photo by Jonathan Sautter - Conscious Life Space [Guru]

My Philosophy, Your Philosophy Free Courses

some religion and plants too

Share3 Tweet Pin Reddit +1 Share Flip Stumble EmailShares 3Today in Part Two of our series, we focus on the best courses in philosophy and religion. Evolving our knowledge helps us to grow. So, even though a course can’t replace experience, it can make life easier. Let the pathfinders in education lay it out for you and share their knowledge as you explore philosophy, religion and even plants. With so… Read More »

Nezahualcoyotl (1402-1472), ruler of Texcoco, as depicted in the 16th century Codex Ixtlilxochitl. Date 16th century Source Scanned from Aztecs (ed. Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and Felipe Solis Olguin), p. 45. Author Anonymous

Happiness and the Good Life

What the Aztecs Can Teach Us

Share7 Tweet1 Pin Reddit +1 Share Flip Stumble EmailShares 8 In the spring semester of the school year, I teach a class called ‘Happiness’. It’s always packed with students because, like most people, they want to learn the secret to feeling fulfilled. ‘How many of you want to be happy in life?’ I ask. Everyone raises a hand. Always. ‘How many of you are planning to have children?’ Almost everyone… Read More »

Ashtanga - eight fold path infographic

Ashtanga is it a yoga practice style or 8 limbs towards a purposeful life?

The answer is that it's both!

Share Tweet Pin Reddit +1 Share Flip Stumble EmailShares 0Recently I wrote about Hatha yoga and its core definition, sometimes with all the various styles spoken about, trademarked or invented it simply is confusing at times. From that, I’ve decided to keep posting some simple graphics to help sort out a lot of yoga terms and ideas. Ashtanga was confusing to me since I’ve heard the word in various contexts.… Read More »

Know Thyself, Conscious Life Space https://consciouslife.guru

Know Thyself

Share Tweet Pin Reddit +1 Share Flip Stumble EmailShares 0 Inscribed in Apollos Temple at Delphi, it means Know Thyself and has been interpreted in many ways including nothing in excess. However, to me in the literal English translation of know thyself, it means something else. Γ Ν Ω Θ Ι Σ Α Υ Τ Ο Ν Know Thyself The Bhagavad Gita in Chapter 6 verse 5 says – Lift… Read More »