Arriving Here

I know it’s the time of year when we tend to set ambitious resolutions or intentions for how this will be the best year yet. And I’m not discouraging that. I haven’t been feeling that this week. Usually I have a list started, a word I want to focus...

What Mask Do You Wear?

In Yoga for Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom, yoga teacher Colleen Saidman Yee writes in a line that gets to the raw heart of authenticity: The term Satya means “truthfulness” in Sanskrit. So many of us are lying to ourselves; we’re putting...

What Are You Willing to Commit To?

Sometimes a yoga practice or meditation will get hit a nerve in such a targeted way that my inner body squirms. This beautiful meditation posted on Facebook earlier this month from meditation teacher Sally Kempton was spot on so I’m sharing. A beautiful question...

β€œIt is never too late to turn on the light. Your ability to break an unhealthy habit or turn off an old tape doesn’t depend on how long it has been running; a shift in perspective doesn’t depend on how long you’ve held on to the old view.
When you flip the switch in that attic, it doesn’t matter whether its been dark for ten minutes, ten years or ten decades.
The light still illuminates the room and banishes the murkiness, letting you see the things you couldn’t see before.
Its never too late to take a moment to look.”
― Sharon Salzberg, Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation

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