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The Practice of Understanding Everything

Written by on September 10, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments
The Practice of Understanding Everything

My teacher once said, “When you understand something all the way down to its core, you understand everything else.” This is one of those time-lapsed lessons, like a photo of the night sky, taken over several hours that shows you in one shot what actually takes a long time to occur.    The Gayatri mantra […]

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Ayurveda: The Science of Life

Written by on September 3, 2019 in Alternative Health Care, Health with 0 Comments
Ayurveda: The Science of Life

Ayurveda is the fascinating and practical science that studies the world and how we can best come into harmony with this world. It is the sister-science of yoga and is a practical observational science that puts you into the driver’s seat of your own wellness.    What I love about Ayurveda is that while it […]

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Intelligence of Body and Mind

Written by on August 20, 2019 in Conscious Living, Meditation with 0 Comments
Intelligence of Body and Mind

I can’t read minds but after 16 years of teaching yoga I have become pretty adept at reading bodies which often gives the same kind of insight, especially everything I need to know to match the needs of my yoga students. While I’m teaching a yoga class, I can see the open hearted practitioner manifesting […]

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The Art of Yoga

Written by on August 13, 2019 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments
The Art of Yoga

What is the marriage between inner and outer beauty?  Yoga is many things. It’s a science, a philosophy, a mode of spirituality, and a method of therapy to name a few. Sometimes I forget that yoga is also an art. Yoga is beautiful, pure and simple. It’s beautiful to watch and to experience. Yoga, like […]

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Affogato: To the Bitterness and the Sweetness

Written by on August 6, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments
Affogato: To the Bitterness and the Sweetness

For those who have not heard of this perfect Italian dessert, let me explain: An affogato is espresso—aromatic, rich, and earthy—in a cup large enough to accompany a dollop of delicious, sweet, and creamy gelato. Delizioso! 

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Your Both and Nature: Doing and Being

Your Both and Nature: Doing and Being

Your identity is your foundation of existence. Too often we tend to identify with things that don’t support the truth of what we are, our beingness. #tantra

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Up-level Your Performance with Tantric Meditation

Written by on July 16, 2019 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Meditation with 0 Comments
Up-level Your Performance with Tantric Meditation

  Your identity is your foundation of existence. Too often we tend to identify with things that don’t support the truth of what we are, our beingness. Too often we get caught up as human doings rather than human beings. Too often we equate our value on what we can do rather than the fact […]

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Poses for Finding Stillness in a Changing Universe

Written by on July 9, 2019 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Poses for Finding Stillness in a Changing Universe

If there is one thing that is constant in the Universe it’s that everything is in flux. Every moment of every day is the product of change. It’s easy to want to hold up our hands, to try to somehow stop all this change so that we can simply wrap our heads around what’s going […]

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Yoga With A Knife

Written by on July 2, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments
Yoga With A Knife

In the same way I’d align my body in #yoga practice, I align all the members of my kitchen. I boil the carrots before the squash to get the texture right. I cut and cook before I clean. At the end, this knife goes here, this plate there. I stretch and reach to put away the tall glasses in the top of the cupboard. I squat to put away the heavy pot in the drawer beneath the stove. My body knows what to do next, accustomed to this ritual.

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Walking The Line

Written by on June 25, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments
Walking The Line

Whether we are new or seasoned practitioners, our objective in practice is always the same: to step up to the comfortable relationship with our edge. That invitation to step to our edge is so provocative! It suggests leaving the comfort of what we know and move toward our yet unknown greatness. Living On The Frontier […]

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Straight Talk With Time

Written by on June 18, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments
Straight Talk With Time

The ancient and epic poem The Ramayana says that long ago there was a powerful Demon king named Ravana. His power blinded him with pride, deceived him into thinking he was larger than Dharma or Truth. Ravana stole a princess, Sita, Rama’s wife, and a war was waged to get her back. Blinded By Pride […]

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Something In The Tea

Written by on June 11, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments
Something In The Tea

I lived in Korea for a year teaching English and studying meditation. I loved to explore the locals-only part of this fascinating country. One day a few friends and I wandered into a tea shop in the old part of town. At the back of the shop was a man, dressed in the Han Bok, the traditional […]

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Going Home

Going Home

What if our soul is, as poet Mary Oliver says, “pure light that shines where no one is”? In her poem (conveniently titled Poem), Mary Oliver speaks to the notion of the soul like this: “Airy and shapeless thing,/ it needs/ the metaphor of the body. . . to be understood/ to be more than […]

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A Mantra That Stings Like A Bee

Written by on May 28, 2019 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments
A Mantra That Stings Like A Bee

“Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” And so he did. This was Muhammad Ali’s mantra. Perhaps yoga and mindfulness isn’t often associated with Muhammad Ali, yoga’s first principle of non-harming and all that, but he was someone who was particularly adroit in his use of the yogic principle of mantra and visualization. His […]

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Braving the Frontier

Braving the Frontier

Whether we are new or seasoned yoga practitioners, our objective in practice is always the same: to step up to the the comfortable relationship with our edge.

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