Tag: Osho

Day 4– I want to be making zucchini fritters…yep, today I am going Vegetarian and writing about the attachments I have that I desperately need to let go of. All while sticking with my commitment of blogging The Yoga Sutras for 7 days straight.

Hello readers! Did you know there is a huge health difference in crying vs. weeping? It’s day 4 of my exercise of noticing Aparigraha in my life. Aparigraha, as we know by now, and explained more on Day 1, is one of the Yamas as written by Patanjali. Yamas are rules of social behavior. The

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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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