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One of the beautiful things about living at this moment is the pulsing energy that radiates out.  I felt it from the moment I breathed in the air here.  As a friend of mine said today, “things grow big in the jungle.”


Not only plants and flowers blossom here, but conciousness, ideas and creativity are flowing into the body with the abundant supply of prana.

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Just a short list of some media that’s inspired me to live more deeply and authentically.  Please share what’s inspired you, what you’re reading now?

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

The Yoga Sutras were written some 2,000 years ago (yes, yogis, the date is debateable), and they were written in Sanskrit, a language of such subtlety that each syllable can have many possible meanings.  The sutras speak to the human condition and the challenges we face as humans.  These challenges remain the same whether you’re living in India 2,000 years ago or the United States today.  Read these often, and choose many translations.

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Breath is the Pulse of the Universe.


I was a big quote collector when I was younger.  I didn’t keep my favorite quotes just in my journals, although they were covered in quotes.  I also wrote them in different fonts and colors all over my shoes, jeans, and backpacks.  I still have one of those backpacks today, broken zipper and all, and the only quote that has survived the repeated washing is Freddie Mercury’s
“fat bottom girls, they make the rockin’ world go ’round.”

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