A Willingness to Meet Things Head on….
I love in asana the inner relationship to the body’s position. The body produces sensations to which the mind reacts. While some sensations are pleasant some are not, and our responses to these are of interest to me.
Some friends of mine love to practice within the realm of intensity. [...]
I heard an amazing teaching recently from Adyashanti who talked about using the right tool for the job. The analogy was given in which we refer to our thoughts or feelings as if they were informing us about ourselves. This is such a beautiful thing to consider and the essence of Yoga. Somehow the identity [...]Continue Reading →
When we talk of healing, we can look at it from many levels. Healing on one level could refer to the bodies natural repair and renewal mechanism. Finding an environment in which the body can maintain all its functions well. In deep relaxation for example, we can experience a profound healing where our conscious attention [...]Continue Reading →
“I can’t. I’ll never do this.” If we decide something is either beyond our means or beyond our capacity it can be difficult to pierce our own created obstacle. Sometimes we act as judge, jury and prosecuting lawyer. ”I can’t balance; I’ve never been able to, even as a girl I found it difficult. I’ll [...]Continue Reading →
At peace with the pleasant and graceful with the unpleasant.
The difference between someone who is happy and someone who is unhappy isn’t necessarily how often they get low, but what they do with their low moods. Sometimes we take our low moods very seriously, and try to figure out [...]Continue Reading →
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