Posts in Health
On The Topic of Love: Protecting Your Ojas Through Commitment and Openness.

By: Jill Lacasse

“An intimate and supportive relationship is one that breaks down ambiguous and closed off emotional walls to create healthy, opened and honest communication that meets and exceeds each others’ needs and is in alignment with our purpose and spiritual growth in this life.”

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Patience in the Process: Healing and Transformation in Family Relationships.

By: Jill Lacasse

“We can re-program our thoughts, our words, and our actions by becoming an observer to this experience called life. When we come from a place of non-judgment, and see people as vessels of pure love and light instead of how their past actions made us feel like, we can start to see progress and see change in our relationship with them.”

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Remember the Water.

By: Julia Randall

“When I am here, I feel alive. My skin soaks up the dew, my spine speaks to the trees, my feet become barefoot roots on the paths and my heart opens in divine creativity. I believe I could just perch here and watch, and be content. I believe that if I stay here, the right people will come to me. I believe that if I listen to this deep call, the vision for this space will emerge.”

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Plant Medicine in Peru Part 2: Lares and Love

By: Jill Lacasse

“I was in for an incredible and mind blowing experience without even realizing the magnitude when I put the cup to my lips and drank in the spirit of the cactus. My intention of release during the training continued as I released control, surrendering to the journey and the process of being present and in tune with nature and those around me.”

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Plant Medicine in Peru Part 1: Tobacco Purge for the Mind, Body and Soul

By: Jill Lacasse

“I felt every sensation in my body as I took a hot shower, letting the water wash away any lingering past stories, feels and experiences. Cradled in a hammock outside, I felt so present, calm and centered as I wrote in my journal, reflecting on my purge.”

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Prenatal Yoga For SI Joint Pain: Causes, Symptoms & Exercises.

By: Jessi Luna

“After sharing the exciting news of my pregnancy, a friend commented, “Being so connected with yoga and your body, you’re probably going to really feel all those changes happening inside of you!” At the time, I didn’t realize how true that was.”

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Flowing with Your Flow: Pairing Your Practice with Your Period

By: Jill Lacasse

"Have you have been diligently attempting to stick that handstand and find it more difficult than usual … you can’t focus, you feel exhausted and your body just doesn’t want to invert??

I think we have all been there.

But the question is – what is your decision after that asana? What do you tell yourself? Do you push through, or do you create space for rest?"

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Shadows of Addiction

By: David Sonshine

"I wonder now, why I wanted to taste his beer. The answer comes to me and it is the same answer to many of the questions of why we try new things: curiosity. Our motivation to explore the unknown is innocent and powerful. It has led us to self-discovery. Yet, what it unearths isn’t always of light. Sometimes, our curiosity can reveal a shadow inside that we didn’t know was there."

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A Bird's Life: Letting Your Spirit Soar.

By: Jill Lacasse

"What have you learned from your past? How has your past shaped you into the person (or bird metaphorically) that you are today? What has stopped you from spreading your wings? What obstacles have you faced that has taught you to slow down ... to heal your body, still your mind, and let your spirit soar?"
 

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Stories: A Reflection about Connection.

By: David Sonshine

"Stories are used to connect, to co-create, to bind us to each other through wild seas. Stories take us back to our roots. They are the beacon of light in darkness. They are the path to our higher self."
 

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Who's Gonna Get me Off? Love & Sexual Materialism

By: David Sonshine

"She began explaining her interest in the universal energy of Kundalini that pervades everything. As she spoke I held her gaze with focus and listened to her words. I enjoyed giving her all of my attention, seeing my attention enliven her."

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