Ayurveda is a holistic system of health and wellbeing which originated in India quite literally thousands of years ago. It is often referred to as the sister science of yoga.Read More
There are only two rules for your yoga practice;
The first is to do what feels good and right,
only what feels good and right...
The beauty and divinity of women.
Last year I went through some stuff - I'll share more about it on here soon.
It was a time that included deep loss, unexpected invasive surgery twice, slow and very painful recovery and to top it off a bout of severe gastro...Read More
As soon as I wake I boil the kettle and brew my tea, while my tea is brewing I light a stick of incense and put it to burn at my little alter. Then I sit and stare at the trees while I drink my tea, when I’m finished I practice Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing) and sit in stillness and silence, eyes closed, for a while. When I emerge from that silence I journal or read (non-fiction). All up it its about half an hour...Read More
I woke this morning with a racing heart thinking about all the things I ‘had’ to do today.
Then in the quiet of my sādhanā (tea, incense, read, journal, contemplate) I remembered that Monday morning is my quiet time...
When I was a kid my parents used to take us on really long car trips. I get car sick so I used to pass the hours staring out the window while listening to music.
One of my fondest memories is driving through the giant Karri forests of southwest WA, staring out the window in reverie.Read More
Here is my resolution: to quit the self-improvement club.
I’m done thinking that my ‘imperfections’ somehow make me less-than.