buddha ·
We Love Sticker Mule!
While working a trade show recently I took a few minutes to hand out Buddha Pants stickers, and I can’t tell you how many people said they absolutely LOVE THEM! Some are even collectors of our stickers. Who knew? 
Other ·
What is the Tao Te Ching
The Tao Te Ching, also know as The Tao, was written by Lao Tzu, a Chinese philosopher. Tao means “the Path, or Road,” and is a philosophy of action in non-action. This philosophy has a great impact on all generations because it presents a way to live peacefully.
Self Care ·
Is Cabin Fever Setting In?
Right about now, cabin fever is setting in.  You’re ready to gnaw through drywall just to get out and have some fun, see your friends, have a life!  Bored, you say?  Then you must be boring.  Because there is no way that anyone should be bored in their own home. 
mindfulness ·
Things to NEVER Recycle
Recycling can be tricky, but given the alternatives, well… there are none. With landfills filling up, waters fouled, and clean air disappearing, we simply must think to generations ahead and do everything we can now to protect present and future generations. A little common sense coupled with a caring attitude for the beautiful, finite, closed system we live in will go a long way to assuring our survival.
buddha · fashion ·
Wearing Baggy Pants to Yoga Class is in!
Many people are adopting looser fitting yoga pants these days. Many yoga pants are made from synthetic fibers like polyester, nylon, and spandex that can stretch and wick away moisture, all of which is wonderful. But man-made fibers are just not sustainable. The man-made fabrics used to make yoga pants are loaded with chemicals!
Self Care ·
Five Benefits of Epsom Salt Baths
There are many reasons to take Epsom Salt Baths, some anecdotal, some backed by scientific studies. Here are five common benefits people report from soaking in Epsom Salt waters.
mindfulness ·
Eight Rumi Quotes to Meditate On
The poetry of Rumi is timeless. He wrote in a form popular in Middle Eastern and Indian verse called ghazalThere is great beauty in his words and he remains a major influence in the work of countless artists through the ages.
yoga ·
Yoga Poses You Can Do With Your Dog
DOGA is a new trend in yoga; literally, doing yoga with your dog! How fun! Imagine having your best friend help you out in yoga class. DOGA is a perfect combination of meditation, body stretching and massage between you and your beloved canine. The level of cooperation between you and your four-legged partner is defined by your dog. You will definitely know if it’s right for your pooch.  He, or she, will let you know. Let your dog be your guide.
buddha · holiday ·
Buddha Pants, the Perfect Harem Pants for the Indian Holiday Holi!
Looking for the perfect harem pants for Holi? Buddha Pants has your back(side) covered. This year, Holi begins on March 9th and ends on the 10th. This riotous Hindu Festival has been observed for centuries. It’s a joyous occasion with Hindus building bonfires and covering each other in rainbow-hued powders to celebrate the beginning of spring.
travel ·
A Short Week In Paris To-Do List

Here is a short week to-do list.  A thumbnail sketch.  Follow it slowly.  Let the feel of Paris, the smell and taste of it, hit you, separate, and flow around and over you, as if you are a rock in the middle of the Seine.

Self Care ·
Wash Your Fruits and Veggies, Say No to Pesticides!
Certain fruits and vegetables may contain pesticides and bacteria that can make you ill if eaten. Yet, though this is a well known fact, still there are people that stubbornly refuse to wash their fruit and veggies! If a fruit...
mindfulness ·
The Magic of Using a Prayer Mala

Starting your meditation using your prayer mala to do a round of Japa, is an excellent way to focus the mind. You can speak your prayers aloud, whisper them quietly, or even recite them silently in your mind.

mindfulness ·
Life Lessons Aren't Always What They Seem
A lovely little story about life lessons and how things aren’t always what they seem.
Other ·
In Love with Love
Some wonderful quotes about Love for you to enjoy!
Food & Drink ·
Delicious Chicken Recipe that Requires Trust
This is a very interesting chicken recipe in that it doesn’t specify quantities for any of the ingredients. This is where the trust comes in. YOU decide for yourself how much of each ingredient you FEEL is the correct amount!
yoga ·
Top 5 Kids Yoga Blogs and Websites to Follow in 2020
It is never too early to introduce your children to the healthful benefits of  kids yoga. In today’s world of children with Attention Deficit Disorder, over-stimulation through electronic and wireless devices, and epidemic obesity and eating disorders, developing a yoga practice at childhood will help stem-off many of these problems before they have a chance to develop in our young. 
mindfulness ·
Creating a Meditation Practice
How do we stop our thoughts? Impossible! What is possible is creating a focus for your mind. Repeating a Sanskrit mantra, or a word like “Love” over and over can lead to that small gap where there is stillness. This is what you’re going for; finding those moments of stillness. Through practice, those moments multiply, until they connect, uninterrupted by the “drunk monkey noise” of every day living.
buddha · yoga ·
The Best Kundalini Yoga Pants, Ever!
Kundalini Yoga is three paths in one; Bhakti Yoga (devotion and chanting), Raja Yoga (meditation and physical control), and Shakti Yoga (power and energy). Kundalini translates as “the spiritual energy or life force located at the base of the spine.” 
holiday ·
It’s The Year of the Rat
2020 is the year of the Rat in the Chinese Zodiac, starting from January 25th, 2020 and lasting until February 11th, 2021. For those born in the Year of the Rat you will be rewarded and seen.  Career success is assured.  Finances will boom!
Food & Drink · Self Care ·
Three Healing Elixirs to Nurture Body and Soul in Winter

Winter is upon us. Here are three healing elixirs that will help calm a sore throat, balance your belly, and make you smile.

mindfulness ·
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Practiced Yoga principles

Though Dr. Martin Luther King did not practice Asana Yoga, he truly held a Masters Degree in Yogic principles.