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Loving the Humpty Dumpty in myself.

I was very convinced (and convicted) by a part of the Saturday Morning Retreat this past weekend. I gave everyone a small band-aid to put …

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well, if that’s how you love yourself…

I’ve been teaching a breathing practice lately that I get the sense makes some peoples skin crawl or they just choose to completely ignore me. …

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Sistering Yoga.

The Meditation Mantra of the Month is a concept that I can’t quite put into a single “yoga” word, despite searching through books & my …

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What are synonyms for healing?

  Healing is a transformation of view rather than a cure. It involves recognizing your intrinsic wholeness and, simultaneously, your connectedness to everything else. Above …

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The exhaustion of being sick & tired.

One of the most exhausting jobs I have had was as a chaplain at a hospital. I spent the day standing or sitting next to …

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Namaste On Repeat.

You do not need to know precisely what is happening, or exactly where it is all going. What you need is to  recognize the possibilities …

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straining my neck in reflection.

This is the last page from my day planner thing, inviting me to reflect on the last year and reset for the coming year. You …

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Namaste-ing in the moment, sacred mystery that it is.

Some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to choose, taking the moment and making the best …

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Are you shoulding the gift of yoga this year?

  Hello you. We are very soon upon the time of gift giving. This is the season that I am often asked for my incredible …

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Passion Shmasion. Give Me Contentment.

The Meditation Mantra of the Month is SANTOSHA, which means contentment/acceptance/fruit of practice.  So, in one word, contentment = acceptance = fruit of practice.  That’s …

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And You Shall Love, And You Shall Love, And You Shall Love…

Say these words when you lie down and when you rise up, when you go out and when you return. In times of mourning and …

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Post-Retreat Malaise. It’s a thing.

I have the ridiculously rich fortune of going on a wee retreat or a whole weekend every single month. How lucky am I, right? Last …

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