I recently read an article from inc.com titled 7 Free Apps That Will Make Life Better. Wow – if only it were that easy to have a better life! Intrigued – I opened the email and read on. I found out that if you had a quick way to add music to your videos, receive […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Seven Free “AttS” (Attitudes) That Will Make Life Better.
The trees around us are pollinating. Big Time. There are high pollen count warnings in the news. With red puffy eyes, watery nose and a constant cough I am not alone. I suffer with many. As we would walk down the street clutching a hanky or napkin “just in case” we would eye on another […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Sweetness of a Long Deep Breath
I have just subscribed to an online resource called YogaSync. I have been following Al and Greg’s yoga classes online for several years. They are from New Zealand and with their delicious accents have been offering offering online videos for detailed yoga sequencing through Yoga Online at Yoga.org.nz. You can go to that website and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Yogasync TV – a new online offering
it’s the staying there. Check out this blog, comments and videos to see tremendous dedication in spite of tremendous odds. The teacher has offered props and the student has accepted them and yoga has invited improvement. (See the You Tube video from this link here: http://youtu.be/qX9FSZJu448) Kyczy Hawk E-RYT200 is the author of “Yoga and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on It’s not the falling down that makes us fail…
I was thinking about samskara (habits of the mind) today. Recalling gratitude throughout the day is such a powerful tool in developing healthy habits of the mind.Generosity is a two part event. The giving and the receiving. Giving anonymously is good to exercise the former. In order to complete the cycle, however, there must be […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Gratitude and Samskara- Habits of the Mind
No. we are not a glum lot. That is true – together before and after meetings you can hear the chatter and the laughter. But sometimes, on my own, I forget how to have fun. Fun had been a drink …or 5, then it had stopped being pure fun, it became fun with problems and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Rejoice in Recovery