Tag: self-care

Your Dark Night

in your dark night of the soul, in your torment and pain, I long to sit beside you and let nothing change. to be with you, as you are, as you need to be, no desire to take you out of that world, be who you are, it’s what needs to be, you being you

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This journey together…

The path feels well worn, and often rocky & steep, Your journey, So much like mine. The spiral of life, Your experience unique, and nothing new… I see it too. It’s all been done before, it’s all been fought, it’s all been worried about, it’s all been overcome, it’s all been loved, it’s all been

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I wrote this after days of background beating myself up… You know those times. Where you’re good and you’re meeting responsibilities, however you’ve let your passions slip. You postpone your personal goals for all the “stuff” you have to do. I wrote this little quote-pic for IG and then it hit me… My blog needs

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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 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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