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Listening and Responding to Martin Luther King Junior’s legacy

Listening and Responding to Martin Luther King Junior’s legacy

During the 2020 riots in Atlanta following the murder of Mr. George Floyd, a friend said to me that all white people in America need to ask ourselves, “What are black people saying to us that we are not hearing, that we don’t, can’t, and won’t hear?” I think about...

Tonight: HANDS – Tomorrow: FEET

Tonight: HANDS – Tomorrow: FEET

Hi Every One! Tonight for Embodiment Forms, we'll focus on HANDS, with self-massage and guided stretching/strengthening. Wed 6:15p Eastern Tomorrow for Restoring Yoga, we'll focus on FEET, with self-massage and guided stretching/strengthening. Thu 7:30p Eastern Thank...

A Last Important Question

A Last Important Question

An Important Last Question. By William Hufschmidt During last month’s Anatomy program, a student asked me a question that I had never before been asked, nor considered: “What qualities did the teachers in our lineage (Swami Kripalu, Amrit Desai, Yoganand) mirror for...

Free Classes 25-29July2021

So - I did an unexpected thing earlier this month: I created a new online teaching platform! Follow the link for donation pricing and Founding Memberships, plus class registration: www.yogawithwilliam.com/teaching Starting this Sunday, July 25, I am offering five free...

20 Years Today – Thank YOU! ❤️

20 years today - Thank YOU! ❤️ Hi everyone - Last night, after teaching one of my weekly Zoom yoga classes, I sat in my garden reflecting, celebrating and thinking about you - the students and colleagues who I have met as a yoga teacher. You see, this is...

28Jan2020 – Yoga 4 EveryBody – LIVE Practice

Here are the audio files and some practice notes for the class I taught on 6p Tuesday 28Jan2020 at Be Kula: A Place for Wellness in Atlanta, GA. I teach this class every week. All classes at Be Kula are $12, and donation payments are also accepted for my class at the...

Dissolving into Form

Since my first yoga class in 1989, I have taken yoga with LOTS of teachers, each offering something different, each offering a representation of their depth of knowledge from study and from personal practice. Over the years, I have also met many teachers who have...

A Pose by Another Name

A Pose by Another Name

I received a question this week from a woman who is currently taking Pranakriya's 200-hour yoga teacher training with me: What do we call the pose in the second photo? It is considered ardha chandrasana/half moon in many yoga classes. They are so different (in my...

The Embodiment Experience

"Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened. " - Dr. Seuss In every moment of our life, we are IN a body, however, many of us are not very good at BEING AWARE of our body while we live in it. Tantric Hatha Yoga teachings encourage us to study the energies...

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If we are somehow endowed with participation of some kind of divinity, then we are indeed special, and should treat each other with the respect and dignity this demands.

If, on the other hand, we are the accidental outcome of blind natural processes in a cosmos that is indifferent to us being here at all, then we are indeed special, and should treat each other with a tenderness and respect befitting such serendipitous surprises.

by Frank Casper
Lay Minister, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia © 2008

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