There will always be something out there that can pull you down, but there are more things that can make you happy. Here are 10 things that can help you achieve happiness. 1. Live For Today Always live for today and do something that you know will make you happy. 2. Find a Job… Continue reading 10 Proven Ways to Boost Your Happiness
I would like to invite you on a journey. A journey that explores your own authenticity. A journey that explores the potential for alchemy in your life. Our theme here at Share Yoga for the month of May is Authenticity, which correlates perfectly with our new Share Yoga book club book, “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho. Coelho… Continue reading Alchemy & Authenticity
The billionaire founder of social network Facebook Inc. has agreed to give the majority of his wealth to charity, part of a broader group of rich entrepreneurs committing to philanthropy earlier in their lives. Mark Zuckerberg has signed onto the “Giving Pledge,” which asks its signatories to commit publicly to give away the majority of… Continue reading 16 Tycoons Agree to Give Away Fortunes – WSJ.com
I wanted to share this insightful post written by Andrea Marcum, Owner of U Studio Yoga in Los Angeles. Her mother, she shares, raised them in a “What will others think?” household. You may relate to her struggle to find balance between worrying what others will think versus those opposite of her – the ones… Continue reading A healthy self-awareness requires balance
New yogis (or those who are “yoga curious”) often wonder if Yoga is a religion. It is not. Regardless of your personal belief system, you can practice yoga. Yoga teachers need to understand this so that they can include people from all backgrounds and belief systems. If you attend a class where the teacher says… Continue reading Are You Practicing the Law of Love?
Inspire Me Today is a great blog chock full of pragmatic action and inspiration. Today Gail shares the Top 10 Ways to Find Magnificence During Tough Times. One of my favs is #7 – Go do something for someone else. The fastest way to get unstuck is to reach out and help someone else in… Continue reading My Top Ten Ways to Find Your Magnificence During Tough Times | Gail Lynne Goodwin’s Blog
Here is the download for the essay previously posted, entitled The Awakening. To download it, simply click here: Download The Awakening (pdf) Please enjoy! Namaste.
Fifteen million children die of hunger every year. Did you know that at this moment in time more than 500 million people are living in “absolute poverty” and more than 15 million children die of hunger every year? Let me say that again: Fifteen million children die of hunger every year. Fifteen million children. Die.… Continue reading Why Mia Farrow Isn’t the Only Hungry One – Unite for Hunger and Hope
The heart chakra is the fourth chakra and is located in the center of the chest. Governed by love, creativity and your sense of touch, the heart chakra is closely connected to various emotions such as compassion, honesty, respect, forgiveness, jealousy, anger, self-expression, happiness, generosity and the love you have for yourself and others.
We can use our yoga mat to help us achieve our dreams and break through any limitations we have in our belief system or our resistance to changing and doing something more.
Oprah announced early today that she was pulling her pre-taped show about the Columbine killings. On Facebook, Twitter and Oprah.com, she announced: I decided to pull the Columbine show today. After reviewing it, I thought it focused too much on the killers. Today, hold a thought for the Columbine community. This is a hard day… Continue reading Oprah’s gut-check moment leads to yanking Columbine show before it airs
ShareYoga recently interviewed Halle Tecco, who is the founder of YogaBear. YogaBear is a special service that matches cancer survivors with yoga studios. Halle came up with the idea when she realized that most classes aren’t filled to capacity and so it wouldn’t cost studios much to put that extra space to good use and… Continue reading Yoga Bear: Non profit provides free yoga to cancer survivors
With practice (lots and lots of yoga and nine long years of regular dental appointments), I finally recognize my samskara about the dentist.
I almost didn’t read this blog post because it said he was an “endurance sports” coach. You see, I really don’t think of myself as an endurance sports-type-a-gal. I mean I just don’t see myself climbing Mount Everest any time soon. But I sure am glad I took the time to read these tips from… Continue reading More Excuse Busters! from Coach Al’s Blog