Years apart two questions converge. Many years ago at teacher training we were asked what we thought yoga was and how often we should practice. Earlier this week a student asked me these same questions. These questions are brackets on years of investigation and my answer has grown and changed. In response to the questions […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on What Is Yoga?
Last year I was invited to send my story into Heroes In Recovery. I was reluctant. Again with the ego; “I am not young so my story won’t be “relevant”, my recovery journey is not unique enough” and so on. I was indulging in the ego of “less than”-as poisonous and misleading and as selfish as the ego […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Heroes in Recovery
Addiction: a cancer in society. Without long term support it will decimate us. A very dear friend of mine is recovered from a year long battle with cancer. It was life threatening. It was a sudden diagnosis and it toppled her world. Life and the importance of her career, her activities, and relationship struggles all […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Deadly Price of Anonymity- Celebrate Recovery