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The years continue to swish by. It almost feels like someone has waved their magic wand and – poof! – here we are in the present moment. Where does the time go? Sometimes I feel like it is hiding around some corner waiting to step out and surprise me. Maybe that is what I am wishing for, extra time for extra moments in my life. As I continue to clear out...
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So the time continues to fly by. My child is now 5 and learning at the speed of sound and light. I am continually reminded of how amazing a human being really is. He only started Montessori Preschool 5 months ago. We chose to keep him out of school for as long as we could so that he could hone in on his language skills. I was a little concerned about...
Continue Reading: A Child’s Fear
I was presented with an important decision last weekend. The options were to withdraw from an activity in order to stay safe, or perform an activity that involved a certain amount of danger. Not only had I planned for and approached this activity with a sense of control and confidence, I had been preparing for it for a few months. In an instant, I questioned my capabilities, felt my body...
Continue Reading: Swimming, Fear and Toughing It Out
As someone who is always on the lookout for new students to walk into my studio, I am constantly talking to people about how much yoga can benefit their lives. I have talked to community groups, spoken to doctors at medical centers and am generally just trying to spread the word. But it seems that at least once every day I hear this statement “I can’t do yoga; my body...
Continue Reading: Are We Missing The Masses?
Can you imagine that the only time I am able to find a moment of peace from the phones and the hustle and bustle is on a plane to Kona, Hawaii? It’s been so long since I have been able to write, and believe me when I say that I have missed my journalling. I know so many don’t enjoy flying, but for me it is a time when I can actually...
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Well, my son has finally reached the age where it is time for him to begin experiencing school. So many asked if I would home school him, but I don’t think that it would give him enough worldly experience if I were to do so, unless I was a world traveller. So, after much time spent looking into all the different pre-schools in my district — there are over 100 to...
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The sound I effortlessly found emitting from myself as I settled in to listen to Julie Dittmar and Matt Kahn give this presentation on the absence on the spiritual path was that of an extended “Ahhhh.” It feels so good to enter into the energy these two teachers emit and know that permission has been given to relax and simply “be.” I first encountered Spiritual Teacher Matt and Yoga Teacher Julie...
Continue Reading: Effortless Freedom: Julie Dittmar & Matt Kahn
Imagine waking up each morning with only a few things to be aware of… As a dolphin you are aware, through telepathic and feeling ‘sensors’, of the other members of your pod swimming around you. You are aware of the ‘plan’ for the pod that reveals itself as each moment presents itself. You are aware that when required, you will decide to rise to the surface of the water and take...
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