In The Bardo: Change, Growth, Expansion

In The Bardo: Change, Growth, Expansion

  Hello to all of you my lovely readers! Perhaps you have been following The Global Yogi for a few years or you have just subscribed to the digest recently. Regardless of how you found Global Yogi, I want to extend a huge thank you to you. Thanks for being here and for reading and… Continue Reading




How to Work with Your Mind to Let Go of Attachments

How to Work with Your Mind to Let Go of Attachments

I picked up one of the free books last time I was at the monastery, called “I’m Right, You’re Wrong” by Buddhist monk Ajahn Amaro. I had been staying a week and in just one week I had had a couple of contentious episodes with the head monk. Firstly for my wearing leggings (I thought that… Continue Reading




You Are The Reason For Your Every Blessing

You Are The Reason For Your Every Blessing

“You are the reason for your every blessing and you have never been the cause of your pain. Pain is what happens when you dream against yourself. Beauty is what happens when you dream with yourself.” Matt Kahn, True Divine Nature  In between transitioning from my seven months in Bali to where I am now,… Continue Reading




Marketing Yoga: A very un-yogic family

Marketing Yoga: A very un-yogic family

Over the past four or five months I have been getting emails from ‘Marketing Yoga – A yogic family’. Marketing Yoga claims that they have 100,000 person database of yogis around the world who are eagerly awaiting the news sent to them via this self styled ‘yogic family’. I am not one of them, even though, actually, I am. Continue Reading




Walking in the Path of Love

Walking in the Path of Love

May was pretty intense month for me. For the last four years I have been intermittently pursued by the Government for a small matter of a relatively hefty sum of money that I have to pay them back. Long story. Finally last year when I was in France, investigating my patterns on the Wheel of… Continue Reading




What I learned at the Wat

What I learned at the Wat

So, I am back in Melbourne after spending ten days in the lush and vibrant beauty of the Australian bush at Wat Buddha Dhamma, about a two-hour drive north of Sydney. Wat Buddha Dhamma is a part of the Forest Sangha, an international network of Theravadan Buddhist monasteries in the tradition of the late great… Continue Reading




Life Transitions and Contemplative Practice

Life Transitions and Contemplative Practice

Right now in my life I am not sure what my path is. My next move is not very clear, and I am not sure what to do with the many elements and questions I am juggling at the moment.  I am in a transition and it’s like I am in a dark tunnel and… Continue Reading