…there is no way to speed this process but to slow it down.
I realized I should smile more and frown less, otherwise I might be misunderstood.
Looking forward to Restorative Yoga weekend with Rhoda Miriam at Grateful Yoga in Evanston, IL in October!
“Look out at the sky and the long view. Observe the horizon, buildings and trees. Notice if anything is moving. Watch the clouds. See the various textures and shapes of plants. Study tree leaves against the blue sky.”
“When it comes to Jasmine, I prefer Jasminum sambuc with its higher, sweeter note over J. officinale. J. sambuc is excellent for mantra meditation and to strengthen love. Anoint your temples.”
Humans and animals are instinctively motivated by four natural urges that bind us to this world. They are self-preservation, sleep, sex, and food. Yoga psychology teaches that fears, emotions, desires, and poor habits are derived from imbalances in these four urges. Virtually all adverse behaviors can be traced to them. This is Nature’s hold on… Continue reading Nature’s Hold
The Bhagavad Gita tells us to consistently practice meditation and remember God.