It made us smile seeing this rave review of 'Chai Pilgrimage' in this month's printed issue of LA YOGA Magazine! "and it quickly made its way to my shortlist of all-time favorite books." Review by Zoë Kors. Click to read full review.
Namaste is the essential phrase one must learn when traveling in India. It is used as both a greeting and a farewell, but its meaning is much deeper than a simple “hello” or “goodbye.”
We are beyond excited to be featured in this month's issue of The Indian Trumpet ALL ABOUT CHAI! An interview with Patrick on the backstory of Chai Pilgrimage is on pages 22-27. The entire issue is gorgeous and includes tributes to chai and India from people around the world. So brew up some masala chai and dip your whole self into their CHAI online issue!
Lesson 1: The Karma of a Cup of Chai. Karma simply means “action,” and everything creates karma just by being what it is. The karma of fire is to create warmth, since fire is hot. The karma of meditation is to promote calm, by virtue of its stillness. The karma of winter is to make people chilly because of its cold quality. Likewise, the karma of a cup of chai — the effect it will have on a person — depends on the ingredients we use to make it...