The catalyst that helped me break through my stuck point and say yes to myself first.
While often uncomfortable and disruptive, these storms and shake-ups are catalysts that help us let go of whatever no longer serves us.
If you find yourself constantly in motion — running around, always busy, always thinking and doing — I encourage you to try a Yin practice.
Each move is an uprooting, a scattering of energy. Grounding must come from within.
Just because you can do something once in a while doesn’t mean you can, or should, expect to do it all the time. Productivity is personal, and you must understand your rhythms and what is sustainable for you.
This year, the fall equinox and the Jewish New Year are perfectly aligned. To honor this season new beginnings, here are 5 lessons on how to navigate change and uncertainty.
[spacer size=”30″] After 150 consecutive days of meditation, I’ve learned several lessons. First up: meditation is not a habit. Shocking.