If you couldn’t blame the mercury retrograde, maybe you can blame the full moon.
Recently, I have not been inspired to write. In fact, I know the reason why. As the number of days have gone from single digits to the double digits since I’ve returned to “real life” from my four-month travel, I am realizing how easy it has been to fall into the cycle of negativity. I have… Continue reading How a Fellow Yoga Teacher “Screwed” Me, But It’s OK Because, You Know, Namaste!
Habits help us through our day. When we are doing something that is habitual, we are not engaged in the task in the same way as when we are doing something that is not habitual.
What kind of habits do you want to hold on to? To let go of?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.” I find this prompt interesting on a day where I had to make a difficult decision. This morning I woke up with no desire to meditate. In fact it was about 7:30am, way past my meditation time. I dragged myself to my… Continue reading Life Changes Fast. Life Changes in the Instant. Was Today a Good Day?
As I left the question quite vague and open in Part I of this post, the answers I got through snapchat and other venues were quite fascinating, interesting and some very humorous. Kino MacGregor (@kinoyoga) also chimed in on my snapchat, right as I was posting my evening Instagram post of the #backtobackbends challenge.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symbol.” Symbols, undoubtedly, are able to stir emotions and relay a message. The power of a symbol is as intricate as the grammatical rules of any given language. When one thinks about the numerous images one comes across on a daily basis, the subconscious reactions to… Continue reading Why I chose to tattoo the OM symbol on my forearm?