I became vegan even before I started with yoga. One evening I watched couple of documentaries, I think it was Cowspiracy, Food Choices and Fork Over Knives, and I decided to go vegan from day to day.
YIV's Holly Skodis interview's Sharon on her latest book and why yoga is vegan.
Your spirit is guiding you to improve your life, listen. It can be difficult to make changes, as is life, but when we really want to do something we find a way.
What difference was there, really, between my beloved dog and a cow? Or between myself and a cow for that matter? We all love life and fear pain and suffering. I knew I wanted to cause as little suffering to others as possible so I continued leading a vegan lifestyle.
I believe there comes a time in the yoga practice where you have to sit with your soul and ask yourself, are my actions in line with my heart?
A guiding principle of yoga is ahimsa which means not to injure and to have compassion. This principle is applied to all living things including all animals.
It's the most influential change we can make as it effects billions of farming animals, the health of our planet, and every being who lives here.
36 million yogis in the US alone. Together we have the power to raise the collective consciousness and bring tranquility to the forefront.
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