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Women Leading Change 2015

Jennifer Taylor, 27 May 2015

I had the incredible fortune of being invited to attend the Women Leading Change conference a couple of weeks ago run by The Wake Up Project.

The line up was impressive: Seane Corn, Yogin Activist; Petrea King, founder of Quest for Life; Tara Moss, Author Advocate; Claire Bowditch, Songwriter and founder of Big Hearted Business; Sarah Wilson, Author and founder of I Quit Sugar; Tami Simon, founder of Sounds True; and the inimitable Lucy Perry, former CEO of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia in Australia.

Each of these women impacted me in a different and profound way. I unfortunately missed Petrea’s session due to work commitments but managed to enjoy all of the other speakers humour and grounded wisdom. Here’s what I gleaned. Read More...

After Dawn Service on ANZAC Day

Jennifer Taylor, 25 April 2015

I am always moved by Dawn Service on Anzac Day but this year, after the ceremony at the Cenotaph in Martin Place early this morning, I am compelled to write.

It was the largest crowd I have seen in the many years I have attended. The 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing is no small matter, it cuts to the heart of our Australian identity: Courage; Loyalty; Mateship; Fairness; Egalitarianism. There were contributions from, and acknowledgements to, servicemen and women, Australians everywhere, the Australian Aboriginal people, New Zealand and Maori people and those from many other parts of the world. It was beautiful to see so many generations from all walks of life, together in common purpose.

'Lest We Forget’ is central to this day. We want to remember the sacrifice of those that have made our way of life possible. We seek to remember the severe cost of war, all war, and undertake to protect ours and future generations from its wrath. But NSW Premier Mike Baird offered the Dedication about half way through this morning’s ceremony and said something that struck me, "May we be worthy of their sacrifice.”

To be worthy of, and grateful for, this life and love is a tall order. This is something I consider deeply and often. What is our contribution and how can I help? This is the nature of ‘our life’s work’. In yoga, this is called Dharma. It is the task we are set and the contribution we are equipped to offer. It’s not necessarily fixed for the duration of our lives and it’s not always clear but requires our commitment, patience and persistence. Read More...

Dream Work

Jennifer Taylor, 3 March 2015

This article follows our previous blog on  Sleep and Dreaming in Yoga, where we examined how Dream Work can become part of our yoga and self-development toolkit. This time we look more closely at how we can practically work with dreams to enhance our ability to perceive and illuminate the energetic world.

What if I’m not dreaming?

Many who claim not to dream might be experiencing either poor quality sleep or difficulty remembering their dreams.  Dreaming, or at least remembering your dreams, requires at least some component of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep.  This is a sleep phase forms 20-25%, approximately 90-120 minutes of a total night’s sleep in most people. Read More...

Sleep and Dreaming in Yoga

Jennifer Taylor, 28 January 2015

Fluctuations of sleep

What is the role of sleep and dreaming in our self-development ‘toolkit’. Do you consider your sleep and dreams as a cause, symptom or tool in yogic self-study?

For many of us, sleep and dreaming are the first and most accessible demonstrations of the layers of our consciousness. The effects of fluctuations in sleep can be observed in waking life and dreams offer a window to the state of our minds. TheYoga Sutras by Patanjali lists sleep as one of the five fluctuations of consciousness that may be afflicted or unafflicted (1.6).

Dreamless sleep and dream states can be regarded as obstacles to meditative absorption, as in many of the Upanishadsand the Baghavad Gita



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