“In a pandemic, self-isolation is called quarantine. In Buddhism, it is called retreat. From the cave of our home, like the meditators of ancient times, we can consciously kindle the lamp of compassion and connection.” ~ Lama Willa Miller ***** I will post erratically, each time I stumble upon a picture or a quote that warms my heart. So we can share the positives vibes … Continue reading We are in a retreat together
The “mantra” I keep on repeating to my students: Be interested in How you go. Not How Far you go . So you can naturally connect your breath, your body and your mind. This Weekly Photo Challenge actually prompted my intention for this week yoga practice: To hold to a standard of grace, and forget about perfection. Namaste everyone 🙏🏻 (In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge on Graceful) Continue reading Every Yogi is graceful
Ukrainian Sculptor Alexandr Milov has deeply touched my heart with the giant masterpieces he exposed at “Burning Man”. He calls them “Love” : the two wired framed sculptures are turning their back to each other yet their inner child is trying to reach out, to touch, to hug. Milov explains that they “ demonstrates a conflict between a man and a woman as well as the outer … Continue reading Burning Man in LOVE
(also in response to WPC Connected) Continue reading Wordless Wed: and then there was Light !
[kuh–nek-tid] adjective 1. united, joined, or linked. 2. having a connection. 3. joined together in sequence; linked coherently: connected ideas. 4. related by family ties. 5. having social or professional relationships, especially with influential or powerful persons. 6. Mathematics. pertaining to a set for which no cover exists, consisting of two open sets whose intersections with the given set are disjoint and nonempty. Continue reading Good morning Sunshine!
I felt down, heard a crack and my Iphone still in my back pocket, just thought “Please Lord, let that be my leg!”. I must have said it loud enough for the hubby to give me a puzzled look and say “darling, you are really weird! You do need a proper detox!“. Did you know that 24% of smartphone users check their phone while driving? 48% use … Continue reading Confessions of a Nomophobic on her way to rehab