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How to Embrace The Winter Solstice

Just as the tides change direction from gravitational force, the instant lengthening of daylight hours is an event that modern science can now explain. Yet, my primordial heart stays sheltered in the mysticism and promise of connecting to other worlds today. The astronomical presentation of complimentary opposites is enticing: dark to light, ending to beginning, dormancy to activity, decay to growth, denial to promise, and death to rebirth. A non-duelist dream epitomized in one night!

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Embrace Quiet Community In A 7 Week Chakra Journey

For many years, on the Wednesday night before the US Thanksgiving – what I considered the start of the “official holiday season rush”, I offered Chakra Restorative Yoga to a full house at Bear Foot Yoga Studio. Traditionally, that Wednesday is a big drinking night at the bars. Loved ones return home and travelers talk

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How To Be With Family When You Are Oversensitive

Vacationing to see family can be a trigger and that is where I am as I write this. The joke is that if you want to test your mental strength and spiritual attainment, spend time with family. I have always been and continue to be “too sensitive”.  Doing embodied practices does not desensitize me. Quite

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Can You Give Yourself 71 Minutes One Morning In June?

Welcome into June! As a lifelong Northern hemisphere dweller, June has always been my favorite month, if only for the beauty of the landscape and abundant light. My recent move to new weather patterns has made “June” one of my favorite words in the English language. A walk down the Irish boreen brings me yellow

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Eight Limbs of Yoga In The Honey Jar

Do you want to know what meditation is?  If you practice yoga, did you know that yoga postures and meditation are inextricably linked? Meditation is the highest form of yoga.  There are common misconceptions around the terms meditation and mindfulness, and dare I say liberation.  This is the definition of meditation from the point of

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How to Make Mindful Chicken Soup

We have a tradition in my family that when someone gets sick, a pot of chicken stock goes on. The art of making healing chicken soup was taught to me in college by my roommate from NYC who’s grandmother referred to it as Jewish penicillin. The process starts with someone not feeling well; anything from

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