Summer may be halfway through (gasp!) but it’s not too late to check a few books off your “must read” list!
Sleep. It’s vital to our survival; to the healing of our bodies and our minds. Read More
Any activity can become an opportunity for meditation – particularly eating, and everything else that comes with it, from food prep to cooking, to washing the dishes. Read More
“A home altar is a way to pay respect to our ancestors and the world around us. It reminds us that whatever we love is also within us.” Read More
Egos often seem to have a way of pushing themselves the forefront of our minds and battling with one another, causing tension… arguments… stressful situations. Read More
It’s a space that calms you upon entering; an entire room dedicated to taking breaths in and out, connecting mind to body, and returning home to yourself. Read More
Sitting is something we do all the time. Read More
We have a new book club read this week! I’ve recently been reading great reviews about Joan Didion’s novel Play It As It Lays and bought it to start my series of summer reads. There has been much praise about the literary quality of this book. I love descriptive writing more than anything and a book written beautifully kills me every time, so I thought I’d give it a go. Play It As It Lays is about American life in the late 1960’s – it captures the mood of an entire generation, set in a place beyond good and evil – literally in Hollywood, Las Vegas, and the barren wasteland of the Mojave Desert.
As I mentioned last week, I experienced my first breakthrough into the Now last week while reading chapter three of Eckhart Tolle’s The Power Of Now. But if you have yet to experience yours, don’t worry! Just knowing that there is a difference between being present and not being present is half the battle – acknowledging that you are not fully present is a step in the right direction. Read More