Happy Habbits

Happy Habbits

From “Should” to “sweet desire…”
Most of us have no problem indulging in things. Come on… What’s your vice? Mid-afternoon latte? After dinner chocolate? Happy hour drink?  Yet, what people often report to me about their yoga or meditation practice is that they “should be better about it.”  I try as best I can to shift the mindset from “should” to one of sweet desire.

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Ascending the Summit

Ascending the Summit

"Forget about sweat, those last few moments squeezed out of me a whole new layer of a toxic internal barrier."

Raising consciousness shouldn’t pull us out of the first few chakras that are concerned with ego and drive, rather, they should allow us to live simultaneously in them all. So we can still fuel the flame inside us of a fiercely lived life.

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Listen

Listen

Have you ever slowed down enough to actually witness the many layers of thoughts in your head? The mind wants to dissect, assign value, meaning, judgment, to both yourself and others. It does that to protect you, to help you grow and learn, and progress. It’s an ever running engine. Until you slow down enough, to hear it, you may not even notice it’s been left churning, nor how much of your energy it’s draining to keep itself on.

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Making Peace with the Past

Making Peace with the Past

I’m whole heartedly positive that this is a colossal waste of time.  Everyone knows no good can come of blaming the past. It’s what you do with the present that counts. So why has my brain decided to go down that road lately and set up camp like an angry Golem at the side of the river, grumbling about how the Hobbit’s stolen his precious? If I know it’s a waste of time, why is my current frustration now focused so hard on the past?

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