Tag: meditation

Day 7!! with 9 minutes to go, no need to be right and every reason to love more.

Here we are. The last day in a week commitment to blog about Aparigraha, or non-attachment. An aspect of non-coveting can be a form of the opposite. Generosity. I find, when we let go of the need to be attached to people, things, habits, ideas and more, that we become more giving. A world where

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Day 1- Ever Experience So Much Jealousy, Envy or Attachment That You Simply Could Not Let Go? Join me as I share what makes me jealous, covet and cling. Sharing a week long journey of looking at how one of The 8 Limbs Of Yoga can help us to freedom

Ever feel jealous? Less-than? Wish you had what others have? We all go there. Especially we writers… oh wow how it equally kills me and puts me in awe when I read words of magnificence from another gifted writer. Coveting what others have is probably especially strong for some during the Holidays as well. When

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Rocking Your Single Life, Attracting The One You Really Want By Being Yourself, and 11 Ways To Live Right Now

Free- Spirited Lovers

Let’s face it, when we are single we often spend a good bit of time on our own. How are you spending that time? What steps are you taking toward allowing yourself to feel good no matter what your relationship status? I’ve found my life as a single woman absolutely liberating and at times totally

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Zen Life-Wisdom Inspired by Love, Masters of Meditation… and a squirrel

SQUIRREL!!! So many times in my life I’ve felt, acted, reacted and been overwhelmed with indecision. A lot like the embodiment of your friendly, neighborhood squirrel. Have you seen that meme about the road of life being paved with squirrels who couldn’t make a decision? In all honesty, decision making and discernment-of-choice have not actually

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Using Your Doubt to Strengthen Your Trust

We often see doubt as somehow failing ourselves or not being strong enough, etc. Shifting our awareness of Doubt, we begin to recognize that each time we truly embrace it, move through it, sit with it, love it as part of our journey… then we build more trust from within ourselves, for ourselves. We strengthen

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