A MALA NECKLACE AND ITS ANCIENT WISDOM
It seems that the energy from the ancient tradition of yoga has spread and blended into the cosmos like honey, bringing with it sweet vibes of positivity and wellbeing.
Although much of our body is built from the foods we eat, much of our mind is built from the experiences we have.
But the brain, our ‘miracle machine’, has a bias toward negativity. This is not a bad thing, it is part of evolution and survival but as a result it can tilt towards a negative direction even when we have positive experiences in our everyday lives.
BREATH IN THE AIR…
Breathe, breathe in the air
Don’t be afraid to care
Leave but don’t leave me
Look around, choose your own ground…
BEING A FREE SPIRIT AT HOME…
A free-spirited person is purely someone who has found their own independence, non-conformist or not – it doesn’t mean you have to break all the rules. Its more about embracing who you are.
There’s a saying my dad used to tell me about the big Indian Chief, he was asked:
“What surprises you the most about people living in today’s society?”
This was his reply…
A JOURNEY OF GRATITUDE BEGINS…
How can having a gratitude practice help during times of austerity or when you’ve had the rug pulled from under your feet and are treading water merely trying to survive?