Yoga teacher Caitlin Renz provides two practices for you to start your new year off in the right direction. By applying these simple daily practices, you can make this the best year yet!
It’s been quite a year around the planet. Looking back on this year’s challenges, events and general energy, how would you best describe the year 2010? Voting ends December 31, 2010, so vote now! Your vote counts! What type of yoga poses best represent 2010?Market Research
Fellow yogi and teacher Jamie Elmer shares her observations on multitasking. She notes that multitasking helps the ego feel more important. “Look at how important I am. I have a million things to do all at once,” the ego thinks. But in reality when we instead have single pointed focus, we feel calmer and are… Continue reading Observations on Multitasking
Did you catch this two minute (surprisingly inspirational) video by Trey Parker and Matt Stone? Entitled Music and Life, it features the voice of Alan Watts. Watts, who passed away in 1973, was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, who held both a master’s degree in theology and a doctorate of divinity.
Here’s an experiment for you. Right now, slump in your seat (or continue slumping if you already are! ☺) Take a breath. Think about something you want to do in your life that might take some work. How do you feel about it? Are you ready to leap up and take even one action step? Now, sit up tall. Feel the length in the spine, the openness in your heart. Take a deep breath and again think about what you want?
Some lessons in life have already been learned — by humans who lived many centuries ago. These lessons have stood the test of time and the wise among us study history and learn from others’ observations in order to inform and enhance their own lives. Although the great Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, who was often… Continue reading 6 Timeless Observations on Life by Marcus Aurelius