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Making Vows to Your Heart

Written by on February 6, 2018 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments
Making Vows to Your Heart

“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ― William Wordsworth William Wordsworth was a big deal among the British Romantic poets. He lived from 1770–1850 and became the poet laureate for all of England during the last 7 years of his life. But like many poets, early in his life, he met great opposition […]

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Are You Exercising and Gaining Weight?

Written by on February 2, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Are You Exercising and Gaining Weight?

There are a lot of reasons for physical activity, it boosts serotonin levels, increases muscle mass, and helps you manage stress, etc. But one thing that you might not know is that physical exercise doesn’t necessarily help you lose weight.

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What’s Your Heart’s Gift for the World?

Written by on January 30, 2018 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments
What’s Your Heart’s Gift for the World?

Can you imagine what the world would be like if Vincent Van Gogh sold real estate for a living instead of painted? There’s nothing wrong with selling real estate—I have deep respect for those who do—but that simply wasn’t Van Gogh’s gift for the world. Van Gogh tried several different jobs before dedicating himself to […]

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Satva: Finding the Middle

Written by on January 23, 2018 in Conscious Living, Healing & Natural Remedies, Thrive with 0 Comments
Satva: Finding the Middle

Samkhya, the ancient school of classical yoga philosophy, describes the universe and all its qualities using three main humors, called Gunas. These qualities are Rajas, Tamas, and Satva. Understanding these basic qualities, described by an ancient philosophy may help us to find balance in our own lives.  The first Guna is Rajas and generally describes […]

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Free At Last: Yoga Principles for Social Revolution

Free At Last: Yoga Principles for Social Revolution

We just celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Did you know that MLK was a student of Gandhi? Well, maybe not personally but he studied Gandhi’s use of the yogic principles of Ahimsa or non-violence and Tapas, the heat necessary for transformation, as templates for leading the American social revolution of the Civil Rights […]

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The Philosophy of Balance

Written by on January 9, 2018 in Conscious Living with 0 Comments
The Philosophy of Balance

The Samkhya school of classical yoga philosophy describes the universe and all its qualities using three main humors, called Gunas. These are Rajas, Tamas, Sattva. Rajas is generally building, full of fire, or energizing, while Tamas is generally grounding, calming, and inert. The skillful negotiation of the two brings us to the precious middle path, […]

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Manifesting 2018

Written by on January 2, 2018 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Meditation with 0 Comments
Manifesting 2018

2017 was quite a year . . . (let me catch my breath)! But that was so 2017 . . . 2018 is going to be really good for all of us, I can feel it, full of possibilities and opportunities. And with a little mindful-mojo, you and I can shape this year to be our best […]

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The Cosmic Taco: Order Please?

The Cosmic Taco: Order Please?

2017 is making its final bows while some of us are throwing roses and others are throwing rotten tomatoes, others will be placing their orders for their Cosmic Taco. Stay with me . . .  Regardless of what you’re throwing as 2017 leaves the stage, it’s an important time to start thinking about 2018. Intentions […]

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Yoga Poses for Sleep

Yoga Poses for Sleep

Sometimes, getting to sleep is a process, one that involves a conscious winding down and changing of energy from waking to sleeping. One excellent way to wind down is by doing a few gentle yoga poses for sleep which take any frenetic or awake energy and helps change that to relaxing and sleep energy. These […]

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Why Can’t I Stay Asleep?

Written by on December 12, 2017 in Conscious Living, Health, Meditation, Mind-Body Connection with 0 Comments
Why Can’t I Stay Asleep?

Many of you responded to my last blog post about sleep and said, “It’s not falling asleep, but staying asleep is my problem.” For many people, falling asleep isn’t the problem, but it’s staying asleep. And what to do about it? James Findley, Ph.D., CBSM, clinical director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the […]

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Guided Meditations for Sleep

Guided Meditations for Sleep

Sleep Problems? If you struggle with sleep, you’re not alone. One of the largest reasons for insomnia or sleeplessness is an overactive mind. And before you get a prescription to knock yourself out, perhaps try addressing the cause of the problem and learn to quiet your mind with Guided Meditations for Sleep. The National Sleep […]

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Mindfulness and Writing

Written by on November 28, 2017 in Conscious Art and Music, Conscious Living, Meditation with 0 Comments
Mindfulness and Writing

I have a notebook full of words I will only read once. It’s dedicated to my River Writing practice. River Writing is a beautifully generative writing group that my good friend, Nan Seymour, hosts. She does so in intimate groups around a warm, wooden table, at her writing studio, in Salt Lake City, Utah. I teach Yoga Nidra, a […]

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Magic Words For Happiness

Magic Words For Happiness

Throughout time there have been stories, myths, and legends where people merely have to utter some magic words, a spell, or mantra, and POOF! their desires manifest magically before their eyes. Even if you don’t believe in “magic words,” I’ve discovered a real-life mantra, magic words for unfettered happiness. Well, almost. Actually, it’s even better […]

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Meditation To Help You Sleep

Meditation To Help You Sleep

I’ve been teaching meditation techniques to help sleep for 15 years and I’d like to share with you this very effective, and simple technique. Tell me if this sounds familiar . . .  It’s 2:30 am. You’ve been lying in bed for hours feeling miserable, tired, and stressed because tomorrow (actually, just later today) you’ve […]

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A Magic Mantra for Thanksgiving

A Magic Mantra for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving and family tension go together like turkey and cranberries–a barely tolerable experience that often leaves a dry and bitter taste in your mouth. Actually feeling true, heart-swelling, gut-wrenching gratitude on Thanksgiving seems a faaar cry from what actually happens on this holiday, something which could oftentimes be best described as emotional dodgeball. But it […]

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