A Meditation on (Chronic) Pain

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Normally, we do everything we can to avoid pain, but today I’m asking you to get curious about your pain. This meditation is for anyone suffering with chronic pain, or if you have an injury that you’re working with. After the meditation, I encourage you to take a few minutes to jot down your experience […]

Feel the Way Ahead

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Does anyone else feel like this whole New Years thing is a bit of sham? Every year I feel slightly grinchy, but each year it makes less and less sense to me. January is still smack in the middle of winter, yet we’re told we need to make resolutions and change and plan for the […]

A Meditation on Noticing

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Hey guys! I’m going to be honest and say I’ve had a really hard time settling down on what to share this week. I have two finals next week for my massage program and my right thumb/wrist have become very inflamed from overuse. I actually have it wrapped right now, which is making it more difficult to […]

Where I’ve Been…

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Hi all. It’s been awhile. If you keep up with me on Instagram you’ll know I was in an accident and broke my left hand, and if not – there it is! I had a bad fall on March 20th and broke the 5th metacarpal of my left hand. I was bruised and scraped up, […]

Aparigraha – Wks 1 & 2 – Non-Attachment

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This is the last of the Yamas. Next I will move on to the second part of Deborah’s book about Niyamas, or observances. For the last 2 weeks I’ve been using Deborah’s Questions for Exploration to guide me in my practice of Aparigraha, or non-possessiveness. (Aparigraha can also be interpreted as non-attachment, non-greed, non-clinging, non-grasping, and […]