Relax Into Your Original Self: A Narrative Therapy Practice

Relax Into Your Original Self: A Narrative Therapy Practice

“Far beneath the many thick layers of indoctrination about who we are and who we should be lies an original self, a person who came into this world full of possibility and destined for joyful unveiling and manifestation. It is this person we glimpse in another when we fall in love or when we idealize a leader or romanticize an artist."

Read More

A Meditation To Welcome Spring

A Meditation To Welcome Spring

It would be an amazing experiment to witness the changes this Yang energy creates every day. For instance, if you were to scoop up some soil from the ground today, and then every day until say May 1, it would be remarkable to observe the it metamorphoses from contracted, dense, dry, and brittle earth into moist, malleable, fragrant dirt; pulsating with insects and juicy vegetation of all kinds. 

Read More

Metta Is A Mood Lifter

Metta Is A Mood Lifter

Research has shown that Metta Meditation Increases Positive Emotions & Decreases Negative Emotions.

In a landmark study, Barbara Frederickson and her colleagues (Fredrickson, Cohn, Coffey, Pek, & Finkel, 2008) found that practicing seven weeks of lovingkindness meditation increased love, joy, contentment, gratitude, pride, hope, interest, amusement, and awe.

Read More

Share The Love: Kind Practices For Big Shifts

Share The Love: Kind Practices For Big Shifts

Throughout my childhood and 20's I learned to endure his need for complete control. I bore his incessant irritability and shielded myself from his frequent bursts of anger. And, even while enduring him, I craved his approval and attention. I longed to feel more ease and love with him and around him, and of course within myself. In fact, it was this profound desire for peace and connection that fueled my journey deeper and deeper into the path of yoga. 

Read More

A New SOLUTION TO DILUTE YOUR TENSION AND EXPAND YOUR HEART.

A New SOLUTION TO DILUTE YOUR TENSION AND EXPAND YOUR HEART.

We all have our own "salt". Maybe it is a relationship, an illness, a loss. It's something that consumes our attention, provokes a hardening and initiates an ongoing state of self-defense, limiting our experience of space and love. With time and practice, we make more and more space to allow these difficult experiences to get diluted or digested.

Read More