Because we believe that we have choice, our mind naturally goes into a “this or that” and “either or” pattern of thinking.
My special guest this week is Rachel Zinman who has just written a brilliant book, Yoga for Diabetes, How to Manage your health with Yoga and Ayurveda.
I can say this today with embodied knowing that there is no free will, yet only recently this was not at ALL how I felt or what I believed. For many years I totally and completely believed in free will and choice.
We have a unique facility, a capacity to live awakened to our true nature and be wholly human, with all our emotions, feelings, in each moment. There is a huge shift of awakening on our planet.
What better time of year to practice presence than when the holiday season is upon us.
I have some simple tools for you to practice this holiday season.
“Sthira Sukum Asanam” can be translated as, steady • comfortable • pose. The yoga sutras of Pantanjali are practical pragmatic guides to living yoga.
Set an intention to notice, and become more and more aware of when you are feeling fear and find your way back to your heart. Place your ….
Aesha is an artist, life coach, mindfulness yoga teacher who is helping women rediscover their innate creativity so they can find unique ways to express their work in the world.
The best way to encourage states of flow is to drop the idea that you have to discipline yourself to do something that you struggle with. Instead start by doing something you really LOVE to do.