Invest in yourself

Invest in yourself! After many weeks in quarantine I have now touched on the bright side of this, which is plenty of time for studies. The shining light of knowledge makes everything sane, bright and hopeful. This feels like an opportunity to work on ourselves a little bit, retrieving our inner power and restructuring out … Continue reading Invest in yourself

As the years go by, life continually reminds me that yoga is an awesome blessing. It's a journey of gradual rediscovery and reconstruction of the self. As layers of resistance peel away, I feel like a snake shedding its skin over and over again. I remind myself to focus on the process of yoga practice … Continue reading

We are creatures of habit. Apparently a surprising amount of daily life is dominated by robotic unconscious habits. Without sufficient awareness and conscious intervention these patterns tend to be reinforced over and over again. Repeating negatively established belief patterns and habits from childhood may attract relationships or other situations in life which perpetuate a negative … Continue reading

Diving deeper!

  Yoga is a practice of body, mind, emotional and spiritual integration. It goes beyond muscles, bones and ligaments. It’s not an ego game or some fancy stretching or even fun exercise. It's about the oneness of body and Soul. Breath is the transient and the most important part of the practice. During yoga practice … Continue reading Diving deeper!

Perfect

Perfectionism can become a stick with which we might then use to beat ourselves up to block the doorway of our dreams. It’s unhelpful and unkind to our Soul when this happens. The truth is we are constantly progressing (even if it's two steps forward one step back) and becoming better and better in what … Continue reading Perfect

Broken Heart

Broken hearts seems to be part of life. I remember my first broken heart when I was 18. The perfect romantic world which I had constructed in my mind's eye was suddenly destroyed. All at once I found myself with shallow breath, standing on the ruins of my perceived idealism. I was frozen for a … Continue reading Broken Heart