I AM A LOVER, AUTHOR, EDUCATOR, A TWIN MOTHER, EARTH DAUGHTER, AND SOUL SEARCHER. MY MISSION IS TO LIFT THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF THE COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS BY CULTIVATING A CLOSER RELATIONSHIP WITH OUR TRUE SELF. BY STRIPPING AWAY THE LAYERS OF DELUSION AND DISENTANGLING FROM THE DAILY DRAMA, WE CAN COME HOME, BACK TO OUR TRUE NATURE, LIVING A LIFE OF AUTHENTICITY, FREE FROM FEAR, FILLED WITH PASSION.
Today we begin a new series of posts on the blog. This series delves into the yoga we ‘do’ off the mat. I use the term ‘do’ loosely as I believe yoga is both a noun and a verb—we both ‘are’ and ‘do’ yoga.
Have you read Eckhart Tolle’s brilliant and acclaimed book “The Power of Now”? There’s a reason it’s so popular and well regarded: its wisdom and simplicity are profound.
I want to share some of my takeaways from the book and practices I use in today’s post.
Something I’ve been lucky to have all my life is supportive parents who give great advice. And as I’ve grown older, I have been careful to surround myself with people who are just as supportive, who also provide excellent guidance, but also challenge me to be my best self.
If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place. – Eckhart Tolle Alchemy noun a seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination. A philosophical tradition from the Middle Ages practised throughout Asia including India and China. Alchemy aims to purify, mature and perfect. In history, some prevalent intentions of alchemy were […]
Previously on the blog, I’ve touched on Patanjali’s yoga sutras and walked you through the path the great sage laid out for us. The end of this yogic road is what was call Samadhi in Sanskrit or ‘self-realisation’ or ‘bliss’ in English.