Tag: meditation

Mediation Detox!

    Welcome and congratulations in taking on this detox to help maintain a better you! Before we begin, it’s important to remember that you are already who you wish to become! Yes, that’s right; from the exact moment when you created the idea… Continue Reading “Mediation Detox!”

Soul Detox: Ho’oponopono

    I love you I’m sorry Please forgive me Thank you   These four phrases hold immense power. Through them, you could potentially transform your entire life- releasing countless attachments to painful memories of experiences, memories, and regrets long passed. Through this prayer,… Continue Reading “Soul Detox: Ho’oponopono”

Embodiment Through Dance

    As souls experiencing ourselves through the expression of the physical body as accompanied by the mind, we must seek balance between these main facets of our being in order to experience optimal health and happiness. The reality however, is that most people… Continue Reading “Embodiment Through Dance”

Daily Journaling

Mind Detox: Daily Journaling   I’m sure most of you have heard of the benefits of keeping a daily journal before. Although such a seemingly mundane act may not seem like it would be particularly beneficial- though having practiced this myself I can guarantee… Continue Reading “Daily Journaling”

Yoga Meditation: Strength and Forgiveness

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I decided that I had to deal with these things in a healthier manner than just getting drunk and calling motherfuckers out on their shit. Still a necessary step, for me anyway. But how was I going to let go of my death grip to these people and situations?

Finding the Flow

Flow Arts is something I came across when I was at this music festival two years ago, called Evolvefest.  The festival was absolutely amazing, something similar to Lucidity Festival or something you would find at Woodstock.  Regardless of the shit that the organizer started… Continue Reading “Finding the Flow”

Acorns? Oaks? Be the tree? Woodstock? Hippie level – 100%

She smiled and said very politely, “You could die, and this is what you get for walking around Woodstock barefoot.”

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