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Perfectionism can become a stick with which we might then use to beat ourselves up to block the doorway of our dreams. It’s unhelpful and unkind to our Soul when this happens. The truth is we are constantly progressing (even if it’s two steps forward one step back) and becoming better and better in what
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Yoga is a balance between surrender and discipline. It is the union of our mind, body, and soul within the divine. It is a spiritual integration through self-realization that moves us past duality into cosmic consciousness—connecting us to everything. Yoga is a way of life. It is a scientific principle given to us from the
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To practice mindfulness can be enlightening and freeing, but it can also be equal parts exhausting and humbling. As a senior yoga and meditation teacher it is part of the practice—to be mindful on and off the mat, to live the work I do, and to be authentic. As such, each week I stand in
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A few days ago I was rushing out the door to yoga. Yoga is my saving grace, and the holidays had brutally derailed me from my schedule. I needed this is a bad way. My internal native Chicagoan was already awake, belittling me for not leaving a bit earlier. As I hit traffic and a
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2018 is finished… And 2019 has just begun… With the transition of one year to the next, many people make the innocent oversight of bringing their out-dated patterns with them (just like a tired but treasured piece of luggage). What I’d like to share with you today, is that you don’t have to… If you
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A Wisdom Heart reader writes:I often wonder how planning ahead relates to being in the moment. Thich Nhat Hanh must have to make a plane reservation occasionally. Right?  Great question!! And timely as we’re sharing a FREE and radically different way of goal setting called Awakened Goal Setting. If you missed Lesson 1, you can read and listen
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A decade ago, I came across a blog that made me laugh out loud called Stuff White People Like. Among the things white people like: 1. Religions their parents don’t belong to2. Nonprofit organizations3. Having two last names4. 80s night5. Kitchen gadgets6. Oscar parties7. The Onion After reading explanations, laughing myself silly, and exclaiming far
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