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  • Lunar Samhain Rituals

    Posted by Achintya D

    Samhain is the cross-quarter Holy Day on The Wheel of the Year, half way between Equinox and Solstice and marks the beginning of the Celtic New Year, in the Priestess traditions and many cultures around the globe. It is the end …

  • Let Go and Let In

    Posted by stephanie b

    Those 5 words trickle in often for me as of late. I feel as though my life is in one big transition right now. It’s funny to think of it in terms as though transitions only happen behind us. They’re actually …

  • Why Ever Not?

    Posted by Ramesh Narine

    Facing backwards as the train departs Khajuraho, I appreciate the breeze passing beneath the arch of my feet. If someone could do something about the metal bar that’s crossing my lumbar spine, then I’ll find a way to be fine …

  • October is Health Awareness Month!

    Posted by Karen S

    It is October and across the US it is breast cancer awareness month, the beginning of leaves turning, and hopes for cooler temperatures. Okay, in Florida we exclaim when the temperature drops a couple of degrees and everyone is ecstatic …

  • 3 Mood Boosters To Keep You Motivated!

    Posted by Kimberly S

    Our mood is something we feel and deal with every single day. I wanted to take a few moments today and connect with you on how our mood can affect our motivation and success day to day. The seasons are …

  • Letting Go

    Posted by Harmony R

    There is a time for birth and a time for death. There is a time for being awake and a time for being asleep. There is a time for being ahead and a time for being behind. We live in …

  • Giving Up Versus Surrendering – What’s the Difference?

    Posted by Dianne B

    This time of year is bittersweet for me. I always mourn the fleeting days of summer. As the days get shorter and the evenings become longer, I know the cold weather is coming and winter is just around the corner. …

  • This is My Yoga, Off the Mat

    Posted by stephanie b

    My favorite part of this practice is being a student. I wouldn’t be teaching if I weren’t a student first. Now that sounds like some kind of obvious notion but sometimes this practice has been met with mixed signals. I’ve …

  • We used to day dream…

    Posted by Ramesh Narine

    I’m in Turkey, reflecting on a month and some of space from the Internet. It’s customary in Europe to take the month of August off. Workers head to the cabin or the beach and enjoy family, food and freedom. They …

  • Back in the Classroom of Life!

    Posted by Karen S

    It is September and with the new month, brings the invitation to be back in “school”, back in the classroom of life!  I am just back from a yoga retreat with some inspiring yogis and a group of amazing participants …

  • Mindfulness in September

    Posted by Dianne B

    Wow, times flies when you’re not paying attention! As I pack up my kids with their sad faces and get them off to school, I can’t believe the summer is over. My oldest son keeps singing that Sarah McLachlan song …

  • What does it mean to be a student of life?

    Posted by Harmony R

    “Always learning. What does it mean to be a student of life? What does practice bring to that?…What brings you real excitement? Gets your blood pumping?” One of the most important things for me in my life is to be constantly …

  • Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

    Posted by Vickie F

    Most of the time when people come to work with me, it’s because they want to make a significant change in their lives. Whether it’s leaving a relationship that has run its course, becoming a better parent, or improving their …

  • Diving Into The Wound 

    Posted by Christine Gutierrez

    “the wound is the place where the light enters you” ~ Rumi I wasn’t ready to face my wound. It was filled with deep pain and festering oozing sadness. It was messy and stinky and dark. I wanted the pain …

  • Do You Have This Food Fear?

    Posted by Kimberly S

    Today, I’m going to address a topic that can be a big source of fear and barrier to progress for many of you. It’s happened to me, and if you’ve ever made dramatic changes to your diet (and consequently, to your …

  • The Pause In Between

    Posted by Lara H

    Smart people always get my attention, especially a genius as gifted as Albert Einstein. His words were as magical as his mathematics were miraculous.  He wrote, ” He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, …

  • I Am Safe, Loved, Seen, Powerful, Loving, and Heard

    Posted by Coral B

      Turning Fear into Faith has become a steady practice for me since I became pregnant with my son last January. I don’t mean a religious kind of faith, but rather a faith in myself….and the universe.  Fear is a …

  • Aquarius Full Moon Eclipse + Lunar Lughnasadh

    Posted by Achintya D

    The Aquarius Lughnsadh Full Moon is exact on August 7th at 11:11am PST and the Lunar Eclipse is exact at 11:22 am PST. Lughnasadh, (pronounced Loo-NAS-ah), also known as Lammas falls on August 1st in the Gregorian calendar. In our Moon Priestess …

  • The Sea Within

    Posted by stephanie b

    We are always being guided. Always. There is a voice that doesn’t necessarily have a language, rather, a deep knowing truth that lands within our bones. One of my favorite words to describe this inner-knowing is InnSæi, an ancient Icelandic word for …

  • Courage

    Posted by Chandanni M

    COURAGE “Come out of the masses, stand like a lion and live your life according to your own light. “ – OSHO Can we truly be brave and fearless in this world of war and wounds? This world of uncertainty …