Not a Hurried Pace but a Balanced Life

photo credit: FunnyFence The impulse that comes to me more often these days is a concept of balance and living life in the moment – doing the things I love right now which requires that I practice loving every thing that I do. So I am not in a hurry. Life is unfolding at a rate of speed that is perfectly designed to allow me

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Intention and Surrender Through Yoga

In my daily practice, I’ve been exploring the balance between alignment and surrender … or using the vocabulary of yoga – between tadasana (mountain pose) and shivaysana (corpse pose). In my opinion, these two asanas are the two most important postures of all! Tadasana is generally the first asana taught in beginners yoga. It is standing, feet parallel and hip distance apart, with knees and

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Clearing Core Beliefs Energetically

This morning while doing Qigong, I was paying attention to the felt-sense differences in energy as I moved my hands over (Without physically touching) various areas of my mid-body. I noticed that there was a definite difference between the energy on my right versus the energy on my left side of the body. The right felt thick and sort of heavy – sticky … I

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Helping Others

If we are called to become advocates or activists for those who are suffering, we do so. We do it from a place of consciousness, rather than from the perspective of seeing ourselves or them as victims, however. Serving in that way may be part of our own personal work; it may be part of the dance we came to do in exploring the balance

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