I pray that Kali awakens the rebel within us all, to shift the planetary energy, for it is individuals who create the culture that govern our behavior.
We do know that to be alive is to age, and aging is inherently a losing proposition to which we must surrender, with grace or not.
This year’s Winter Solstice will be unlike any other. Preparation for the long dark night will continue as tradition foretells, but this dark night comes with added weight.
However much we, or someone else, might recommend a path or perspective, we have to make our own spiritual experiments, and become our own scientists of the soul.
I don’t want to carry my heart around like a burden anymore. I long for connection and compassion and partnership.
We stand at the riverbank, our toes touching the water, our reflections looking up at us. We can swim upstream towards wholeness or float passively towards destruction. In fact, our humanity hinges on this very decision. Our reluctance or eagerness to answer the call of the Hero’s Journey ...
We know that the way we react to everything is powerful, and as we stand on our Yoga mats transforming our conditioning and bringing down more love and light, how much deeper is that if we know that head to toe we are representing this aligned loving action through what we wear.
I realized that people respond better when we infuse our words with a more passionate showing. The more feelings we add to what we are saying, the better the connection. The more engagement we add to our interactions, the better we live.
I found music to be the fastest and most efficient way to connect to Source, or what yogis call the Naad, or Brahma Nada, or the Sound Current. And I knew when I’d tapped into it because it felt like pure bliss and freedom. Or, it sometimes felt uncomfortable… because it was showing me how I ...