Tag: be present

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…

Have a Curious Day

This morning I woke up and decided I will have a day where I am curious. People who are curious tend to: Engage more in the world and tune into the environment Turn everyday tasks into interesting and find the extraordinary in the ordinary…

Nature’s Way of Beeing

We discovered last weekend that the second of our three bee colonies had died out. When the queen bee either leaves the hive or dies, the colony will collapse, unless there is a new queen ready to be hatched. Alas, with winter approaching there…

Enlightenment and Spending Time with Family

For everyone spending time with the Fokkers this year. This is a re-post and reminder just in time for Christmas and New Years. ☯︎☮︎☯︎☮︎☯︎☮︎☯︎☮︎☯︎ “If you think you are truly enlightened, go and spend a week with your parents.” ~ Ram Dass I laughed…

Inspiration – What Comes and Goes

Whatever comes, do not push away; whatever goes, do not grieve. Everything appears just like clouds floating by; they just come and go. Stay only as the unmoving awareness. Awareness and Truth are one.* ~Mooji   Clouds are a wonderful metaphor for the comings…

Haiku – Nature

  ~ Come into the Now  Witness the awe of  nature  Find your Middle Ground ~ Find your Middle Ground is about stepping away from stressful days and anxious minds, and taking time to pause. When we are mindful of the present moment and simply…

Greet Each Day

As this new day dawns, greet it with curiosity. Being curious slows us down and wakes us up from numbing habits. An attitude of wonder brings lightness and a tingle of anticipation. Be open to the unexpected and find the spark in each moment as…

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