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So how do we square time-honored ascetic traditions like brahmacharya with our modern lives?
Can we pick and choose among yoga's practices, adopting those we like and sweeping the trickier ones like brahmacharya under the yoga mat?
Or can we fashion a modern reinterpretation of this precept, adhering to the spirit of brahmacharya if not the letter of the ancient law?
In other words, can we have our sex and our yoga too?
"Some of these new device manufacturers are saying is that they can actually achieve greater rates of accurracy just because they add a layer of technology and make it more personalized," Khazan says.
Clearly, mobile fertility apps aren't for everyone.
We live in a radically different world from that of the ancient yogis who spelled out the discipline's original precepts.Fertility awareness mobile apps are reinventing the rhythm approach by adding precision and detail to calendar-based efforts to monitor a woman's hormonal cycle.Although the new method is far from foolproof, it's increasingly popular in Europe and is being tested in parts of the developing world, says Olga Khazan, a staff writer for The Atlantic."On the first day your period, you put a little rubber ring around a bead," Khazan explains. And when you get to a certain color bead, you can have unprotected sex on those days without really risking getting pregnant." At least that's the plan.
(celibacy), which is touted as an important step along the pathway to enlightenment.
Sex is great, but no sexual experience-and I've had a lot of them-could even come close to this." Piper is not alone in praising the transformational gifts of brahmacharya.