Meditation Monday #44 – How to Meditate: The 5 Koshas (Anandamaya)

We are at the deepest or most subtle layer of your Koshas as we enter our final post on this topic (for now). The Anandamaya layer is often called the blissful layer or sheath; however, the bliss doesn't necessarily mean a feeling of happiness, but rather a feeling of wholeness. This is sometimes referred to …

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Fave Reads Friday #10.2 – Meritocracy and other Made Up Words

Have you ever heard that word Meritocracy? Did you know that it's not a real word? More of the many bits of information that I learned while reading The Big Test by Nicholas Lemann. The word meritocracy was created by Michael Young in his 1958 work titled The Rise of Meritocracy. His work was meant …

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Meditation Monday #43 – How to Meditate: The 5 Koshas (Vijnanamaya)

Who am I? What is my purpose? These are two of the questions that Pacheco's book addresses when it comes to the Vijnanamaya layer of the 5 Koshas. The Jnana path of yoga is the path of knowledge and that makes sense as the Vijnanamaya layer is the intellectual layer. In the practice of Jnana …

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