Wild Yoga

yoga and thought from Theo Wildcroft

Monthly Archives: January 2015

Wild Yoga Satsang 2: Action/Surrender

Last night a small group of us gathered for the second ‘satsang’ session, and set the seal on the first of our chosen themes, after the first ‘vinyasa’ session before Christmas. The theme was Action/Surrender, and present were Helen, Jill and myself, as well as the usual sacred container of those-there-in-spirit. January is a busy time, when most people don’t… Read more →

All this in just 20 minutes a day

We were snoozing gently to the radio this morning at 8.30am – occasional cuddle-filled lie-ins are a hidden benefit when the whole household is self-employed, including the cat. This benefit almost makes up for the joys of complete financial insecurity and Double Tax Return Week. Anyway, in its own inimitable impression of a modern news service, the BBC announced to… Read more →

Reviewing the Field

In theory, (if not always in practice,) academic research is a conversation. Everything published refers back to other academic publications, and is reviewed by academic peers and cited in its turn. In an ideal sense, this is a pure and democratic process, where the accepted truth or truths of a thing depend on the considered opinions of many. There are… Read more →

New Year Resolutions

Here we are at the start of another year, and the sun is just beginning to return. We have a few more weeks of cold and dark weather yet to come, so early January is not the best time to sweat out a whole year’s worth of good intentions. Most likely, you’ll come down with a virus, succumb to the… Read more →