Mar 29, 2021
Survival is the minimum. What we are really seeking is to thrive. To live vibrant, full lives. It's possible. But we cannot do it without help, without nourishment, without a container that supports our growth.
Mar 22, 2021
Spring is the ultimate metaphor for resilience. After a particularly long Winter it is time for renewal. As a global community we are slowly emerging from a hibernation. Allow yourself to take it in.
Mar 15, 2021
Aparigraha invites us to let go of the our attachments to things, to people, to outdated beliefs and old ideas. It’s helpful to consider our relationships, our job or career, our politics, our identity. Are each of these serving our highest values? If not, what keeps us in a place of grasping?
Mar 4, 2021
When we are practicing Brahmacharya we are less likely to make impulsive decisions. We are less likely to behave in ways that are self-indulgent and more likely to make mindful decisions based on how our behavior impacts not just ourselves, but the collective.
Mar 1, 2021
Stealing is more than taking someone else’s material goods. It’s taking others’ ideas and passing them off as your own, cultural appropriation, not honoring someone else’s boundaries, showing up late consistently, and taking advantage of other people's time, resources or generosity.
Feb 23, 2021
Satya invites us to be in full relationship with who we are, where we came from, our conditioning, our ancestry, our shadow. There is no part of ourselves that we are not in relationship with.
Feb 16, 2021
Ahimsa is translated to mean ‘non-harming’. Ahimsa asks us to actively resist harm. To acknowledge where there is harm and then working to undo that harm. It is acknowledging the impact of our own actions and working to repair when harm has been caused, regardless of intention.
Feb 9, 2021
But, what did change is that there is more competence, more transparency, much more humility and the most diverse cabinet in the history of our nation. This change may be offering each of us the space to recalibrate our nervous system and find our way back into our parasympathetic response. Find our way back to our center.
Jan 7, 2021
Loving and caring for ourselves is necessary for us to stay engaged and on the path towards becoming the truest, highest expression of who we are. Loving and caring for our bodies supports our wellbeing. Behaviors, rituals, and daily habits that keep us healthy and thriving are an act of resistance.
Dec 17, 2020
Choose to schedule in time to rest. This simple act of self-care is one way to show resistance to a culture of productivity, perfectionism, and shoulds that is harming so many of us.