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NomadYOGI September Newsletter!

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” ~Ernest Hemingway Dear NomadYOGIs… It’s been just a few months since we released our Q&A feature, giving you an opportunity … Continue reading

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What do we know about yoga?

“We get wise by asking questions, and even if these are not answered, we get wise, for a well-packed question carries its answer on its back as a snail carries its shell.” ~James Stephens Hey NomadYOGIs, This month’s newsletter is … Continue reading

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#NomadYOGIanswers. Our newest feature release.

It’s an exciting time for us and, although there are some competitors entering the space at the same time as we are, they appear to be built by people serving the “fitness industry” or high tech types looking to cash … Continue reading

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How do you meditate daily? My mind wanders too much. 

Step 1: StartStep 2: Repeat Don’t get discouraged. If you find your mind wandering, just bring it back to your breath, or this candle, or this sound, or this moment.  Contrary to what you tell yourself “my mind gets carried … Continue reading

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Do Yogis believe in God(s)?

Simple answer: Some do. Some don’t. Complex answer: Hinduism is a massive religion that has developed over several millennia, and it has many sects and deities with various avatars, vehicles, etc. etc. with many volumes of philosophy, psychology, literature, mythology, … Continue reading

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Will NomadYOGI make list of yoga poses ranked by their difficulty?

(Published originally here on NomadYOGI.) Difficulty?… according to who? And what standard? Padmasana will be difficult, if not injurious, to someone with bad knees, tight hips, or a weak back. Simply sitting still in a chair, will be frustrating, if … Continue reading

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