The materials we're bringing you in this issue of the newsletter have mainly about seeing old things in a new way - possibly a useful thing to do as we turn a corner in the year and head again into a new season.
You'll find here a review of a new book about habits, (we compare its message to the ancient insights of the Yoga Sutras), quotes and videos about getting into the habit of yoga, and using yoga can get out of other habits, and some helpful tidbits if you're considering doing yoga at home. The "7" feature from our assembled teachers sheds new light on tadasana, the most habitual pose of all.
Be sure to check out our Dr. Seuss Sutra contest (win valuable prizes!), especially if you've ever made a habit of reading the gentle doctor's sage advice. And don't forget to register for Natasha Rizopolous's workshop this Saturday - it's filling up!
Peace and blessings,Fay and Mid
Fay and Mid
Habits: New Book. Ancient Ideas
Want to change a habit? A new bestselling book by Charles Duhigg explains the mechanics of habits and how to change them, and we give a simple summary some of its main points here. And guess what... Patanjali said some of the same things in the Yoga Sutras over 2000 years ago.
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