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Ashram is a Sanskrit word for a place of self-realization. Sometimes it is used for a monastery or temple, but it also refers to any stage of life from student to household years and from retirement to renunciation when a person makes a deliberate effort to evolve as a spiritual being while performing his regular duties. This unique way of intertwining one’s work and conscious­ness used to be the basis of Indian social structure, and is still an integral practice in the bhakti tradition from...

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The Real Suffering of That Free-Range Chicken

An interview with PETA President Ingrid Newkirk

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Fighting Cancer with Singing Bowls and Yogic Chants

The bowls bring me into my body and make me feel that I am part of this infinite universe.

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