Ten Ways to Integrate the Yamas & Niyamas into Self Quarantine
The Yamas and the Niyamas are guiding ethical principles that Patanjali laid out in the Yoga Sutra as an eightfold path towards contentment.
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Building Fences is like Building Relationships
“The same wind that uproots trees makes the grasses shine.” #rumi In October of last year during a massive storm,
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The Bookends of Life: Reflections on Being Present for Birth and Death
I have been spending a lot of time in conversation about, and reflecting upon, how to walk with someone through
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Retreating Rather Than Reacting
Last month I took a three-day trip to the mountains for writing and meditation. I ended up doing more sleeping
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The Difference between Resolutions and Intentions
Whether you stay up to watch the ball drop, or head to bed early, on January 1st we all wake
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Charlotte Couple tackles Immigration with a Children’s Book.
When my husband, an Englishman, and I finally got together romantically it was after eight years of friendship, and years
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The Top Yoga Techniques to Empower Postpartum Mommas.
We all know there is a lot to think about when you are a new momma. Making decisions for self-care
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Abundance is an Open Hand.
We are more than half way through 2018. And with the buzz of college students flocking back to campus, and
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Why the Blood Moon is a Bloody Big Deal
          Millions of celestial fans from Santorini to Cairo, from Dubai to Harare, in cities across
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