We are told not to burn ourselves out, to avoid motion sickness, to be reasonable.
I was blessed last week with the opportunity to teach at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat with many other wonderful teachers of Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda medicine. During one of the lectures, a student asked the teacher what he thought of coffee, whether it was good or bad. The teacher ...
It gets better. You’re not alone. I promise that I’m here. I’m not going anywhere. Sometimes life just hurts. It tramples over your sensitive skin with the weight of every elephant known to man. And then all those elephants start to jump up and down. At the same time.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a spouse, significant other, client, customer, stranger, or yourself… having the courage to step into the moment with genuine vulnerability and love will diffuse and turn around almost any situation. The trick is that it has to be real, full-on, and deeply authentic.
Seasonal changes are like a giant toggle switch: I gather energy in spring and summer. By fall, I filter out the debris and prepare to slip into hibernation. I’m getting ready for winter. I aim to seek balance though, as I dip a bit deeper into the long midnight blues. I chose to be quietly ...