i joined the mile high club
well not quite. but, i did have some high-level realizations while on my recent 11-hour flight to the land of aloha. so i started reading this is your brain on music by dr. daniel j. levitin. it’s a treatise on why and how we have both a physical + emotional response to music. in the following expert, levitin begins to lay the groundwork for this by pointing toward the intersection of...
my morning chai (a daily affirmation) i tell the story of who i am with my whole heart. Source: lazyyogi.tumblr.com via sarakinnies on Pinterest
open mind. open heart.
i’ve been following lazyyogi’s blog… “meditating hard enough? there is no such thing. you are either trying to meditate or you are meditating. you are either consistently meditating or being spotty. it’s up to you and under your control. your spiritual path is between you and god, don’t worry about other people’s judgements. in the end, it’s up to you. do what feels...
rearranging our minds some words to live by from elena brower, founder and co-owner of virayoga in nyc. in short, abundance + opportunity are created by the arrangement of our minds. yup. totally agree. but, what if you’re having a week like myself where your mind just won’t STFU? living in images of the past, and projecting un-realities of the future? the mere reminder of this is...
mid afternoon chai a daily affirmation… to go with your mid afternoon chai… “i am enough!” know yourself. know that you are enough. have a laugh and remind yourself that you are enough by watching this TED talk (it’s a long one, but worth it).
on becoming your true self
i left my cell phone in my friend’s car this weekend. d’oh. while feverishly searching for a way to get in touch with her, i stumbled upon an old e-mail entitled “on becoming your true self.” enclosed was an article inspired by a teenage girl’s quest to turn her inner most passions into a career of service for others. no-impact man (you may have heard of him and his movie) offers some...