Power Up with The Solstice Today and all Summer

Power Up with The Solstice Today and all Summer

Today, June 21, nature moves us through yet another one of her cycles! This day marks the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere and is the one day of the year when there is more light than dark.

Historically, all around the globe, rituals have long been performed to honor the energy of the sun, its life giving force and gifts of beauty.

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A PRACTICE FOR YOU WHILE YOU WALK

A PRACTICE FOR YOU WHILE YOU WALK

Most spiritual masters recognize being out in nature as a means to cultivating this peace more effortlessly. In fact, walking in nature has long been a path of yoga - also known as Walking Meditation. Walking Meditation is easy, takes little time, requires no formal training, and offers amazing health benefits. It is particularly valued for its ability to refresh your mind, give you an emotional boost, and help you feel more in sync with nature’s cycles.   

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Listen In and Open Up: A Meditation to Expand Into Nature's Soundscape

Listen In and Open Up: A Meditation to Expand Into Nature's Soundscape

Find a place to sit down in a natural surrounding. If you can't be outside, sit by an open window.

Sit comfortably, relaxed; somewhere you feel safe, and where you won't have to get up for a few minutes.  You can lay down if it's appropriate.  You can choose to close your eyes or leave them open. 

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Double Your Pleasure: Practice Yoga Off the Mat

Double Your Pleasure: Practice Yoga Off the Mat

Yoga doesn't have to be practiced on your mat, in your postures. Yoga means 'union', to yoke - uniting our mind, body, and spirit with each other and the universe - connecting fully with each moment. Sometimes, being in nature can help you reach this union more effortlessly. 

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Listen In and Open Up: A Meditation to Expand Into Nature's Soundscape

Listen In and Open Up: A Meditation to Expand Into Nature's Soundscape

Find a place to sit down in a natural surrounding. If you can't be outside, sit by an open window.

Sit comfortably, relaxed; somewhere you feel safe, and where you won't have to get up for a few minutes.  You can lay down if it's appropriate.  You can choose to close your eyes or leave them open. 

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