You can set up your computer browser for spiritual practice. With a simple app and a folder or two, you will be all set to clear your energy while working. This post was inspired by a suggestion from Darren Rowse, aka Problogger. It’s important to remember that you can set up your browser for maximum focus and productivity, spiritual focus or otherwise!
Here are my 5 favorite comments from the blog to date. Thank you to everyone who comments here and shares their precious time and thoughts! We all learn so much when we discuss our spirituality, wellness and health. In the light!
Yoga Nidra? One of my yoga teachers suggested that I try yoga Nidra practice. Despite having practiced several different styles of yoga over the years and thoroughly enjoying Shivasana meditation afterward (corpse pose) I hadn’t yet tried Yoga Nidra. So looking through some yoga practice today on my Gaia…
How to achieve our goals? I love journaling but didn’t think a journal would help with goal-setting. Through a Facebook ad, I found the BestSelf Journal and goal-setting, journaling and achieving goals are now working much better for me. Check out this journal.
Believe it or not, depression can be a big part of the spiritual journey. Sometimes when we get depressed it can simply be because we’re tired, hungry or overworked (or some combination of all three!). Here are three helps for the depressive state, one energetic, one emotional and one homeopathic.
When I regularly practice yoga, I hardly ever catch a cold/flu strange unwell thing that other people are complaining about. I believe it’s because my vital force or chi is more active and therefore so is my immune system.
Have you ever thought of having a conversation with your insides? It can be a fascinating insight into a deeper connection with your body and inner systems. Organ talk is a fascinating meditation practice. Our bodies are the source of so much wisdom and as the vessels for our chi, life-force, spirit our soul, they know us intimately, so why not ask them?
Welcome to Tracey Fritz, my first guest blogger. Tracey is excited to be teaching at this new studio in Lexington Park, MD (a dedicated yoga studio!). Check it out at http://www.evolveyogawellness.com. Tracey has been teaching and practicing yoga since 2001. In 2008 she completed her 200 hour Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training with Ann…