It’s Autumn which means several things in my world. Autumn is a wonderful transitional season. The mornings begin to have a nice crisp in the air once again that just screams to the lungs...Wake up! And as soon as I take in a deep breath, my body responds with AAAAH! Oh Autumn, how I love thee. … Continue reading Asian Medicine Wisdom for Autumn
Another blog discovered in my archives from January 10, 2010. About two years ago, I was sitting with a close group of soul-sisters who are dedicated, beautiful, and ridiculously funny Change Leaders from the non-profit organization, Shakti Rising, in San Diego. It was during a fun night of honoring the sacred feminine, speaking our Dharma, … Continue reading You are the difference!
Another blog I wrote on February 15, 2008. It seems just as relevant now as before, except technology has advanced to the nth degree. May you find some "aha" moments nonetheless. Ancient Wisdom reminds us, “What we see on the outside is a direct mirror reflection of the inside.” I sat on a Friday night, … Continue reading Computer Age or Human Age?
For thousands of years*, Yoga and Ayurveda have been used to heal, transform and balance the human body, mind, and thus, Spirit. Through globalization, both have spread worldwide assisting people in reclaiming their health and well-being by promoting daily practices to create health, rather than relying on a magic pill. Both systems were suppressed in India … Continue reading The Synergy of Yoga and Ayurveda
These days, "yoga" is a household term in the United States, while the term Ayurveda is still unknown. Ayurveda, yoga's sister science, is also Sanskrit and means Science or Wisdom of Life. It is the oldest and most complete holistic mind-body medicine still practiced on this planet. The ancient texts and complete medical books of Ayurveda are over 5,000 years old! … Continue reading What does it mean to be “Healthy”?
Airuuveeda? huh? Let's start at the beginning. Say it with me. "Eye-ru" "Vay-duh"..."eye-ru-vay-duh." Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word. Ayur = Life, longevity Veda = Science, Wisdom or The Way. Therefore, Ayurveda is the science of life or science of longevity. It is a traditional form of medicine still practiced by medical professionals, researched, and … Continue reading What is Ayurveda?
Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning “Yoke” or "Union." Yoga, as we know it in the west, is a physical practice of moving the body in a variety of postures, known as asana. At the end of your class, sometimes sweaty, sometimes very gentle and restorative, you will lie on your back known as savasana for … Continue reading What is Yoga?
Last night I rediscovered "What's your Passion?" from past blogs on an older website. On the memorial date that changed the world's events forever, and thus our lives, I felt it was appropriate to repost it. Especially now as the spouse of an active duty Marine Corps Infantry Officer, I find this post more meaningful … Continue reading What’s your Passion?