In Yoga Philosophy, the concept of Aparigraha, translates as ‘non-greed’, ‘non-possessiveness’, and ‘non-attachment’. When applied to our finances, this principle teaches us to take only what we need, keep only what serves us in the moment, and to let go when the time is right. To me, Aparigrapha in application can be explained through conscious consumerism.Read More
Managing money well is more about managing ourselves well and to that extent there are many lessons that we learn and practice on the yoga mat that we can also apply to our finances, and our broader lives for that matter. Here are 5 lessons anyone can learn!Read More
We each have a unique personality and unique way of doing things and it’s our personality that shapes and influences how we interact with the world around us and our relationships. In fact it influences our decision making, time management, communication and goal setting habits. And it very much influences how we handle our finances.Read More
Achieving any worthwhile goal whether financially, physically or spiritually may require a pushing of the limits
You may need to sacrifice and call on your drive and determination. Often you'll need to step out of your comfort zone to a place where it may not be comfortable. In yoga we often call it "playing to your edge" and it's a necessary place to be to maximize your growth and achieve your goals.
Coming to a point in life where you are satisfied with your financial situation often calls for honest reflection and evaluation of where you are financially. But with so many distractions and marketers vying to get you to spend your money on their offerings, it may be difficult to find your financial drishti or focus.Read More
Are you where you think you ought to be financially? When you were dreaming about how your life would be at this stage in your life, did it look anything like the reality that you are now facing?
The truth is that there will be disappointments and there will be setbacks in life. We may not achieve everything we set out to accomplish in the timeframe that we set. And that’s ok. The important thing is that we don’t punish ourselves for any financial mistakes that we may have made in the past.Read More