Category: Mindfulness

Inspiration – Dandelions

Sometimes traditional stories hit the right spot. This one often does for me. Nadia spent the whole autumn sowing and preparing his garden. In the spring, the flowers opened, and Nadia noticed a few dandelions that he had not planted. Nadia pulled them up. But…

Peace is a Natural Mind State

This is a re-blog and a reminder for myself the morning. Peace is within us all. Take time to meditate today. oooOooo This is one of my favorite quotes about inner peace from Dr Thynn Thynn . Every time I read it or share it, it…

Judgment and Love

“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” ~ Mother Theresa No matter how much many of us think we ‘shouldn’t’ judge, we are so conditioned to do so that without increasing our self-awareness, we will not only judge one another…

Inspiration – Dissatisfaction

“This is the path we take in cultivating joy: learning not to armor our basic goodness, learning to appreciate what we have. Most of the time we don’t do this. Rather than appreciate where we are, we continually struggle to nurture our dissatisfaction. It’s…

Inner Spaciousness

    “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” ~ Viktor E. Frankl The pause between our reaction to an external stimuli and how…

Inspiration for Spring

Enjoy Danna Fauld’s words embracing the surging energy and potential that is Spring here in the northern hemisphere. From Root to Bloom Sap is flowing once again from root to trunk, from trunk to branch, to every leaf and bud and blossom on the…

Time to Bee

This has been an interesting week, time wise. Two of my watches and a wall clock stopped while I have been teaching yoga classes. I’m curious to know what some of you may think this might be about… Time will tell eh? I also…

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