Becoming… lost

I may not be a psychiatrist or counselor; but I AM however, a professional on becoming lost – and finding a positive new direction. “Getting lost is not a waste of time; to travel is to Evolve”  -Pierre Bernard I’m not talking about just geographically (though I’m good at that too) here, although sometimes I […]

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Yoga: A Beginners Guide to Finding Zen

Originating from India, Yoga is not exactly new science. However, with the trending “wellness” theme replacing pure fitness, it is definitely something that is becoming more popular by the day. If you’re new to yoga (often translated simple as “union”), the whole scene can be one big, confusing “I think I’ll just download the app”. […]

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Ahimsa: Inner Peace through Non-Violence

Yoga is more than just the Asana or postures on the mat. When studied at depth, it is broken down into Pantanjali’s eight limbs or branches, where part one, is focused on the Yama’s. To simplify this, a “Yama” (five in total), is an ethical practice one must adhere to in accordance with the yogic lifestyle. Consequently, […]

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Powerful Lessons Travel Teaches

I’ve spent much of the past 6 years traveling, with the longest “home” ground lasting all of 9 months at any one time. While a life of transit can be unsettling; it also throws down some amazing opportunities to learn, grow and become all the more stronger. Here’s what I’ve learned and how I relate […]

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SWADHYAYA: The Art of Self-Study

“My goal is not to be better than anyone else, but to be better than I used to be”   I remember hearing one morning at Sampoorna Yoga (For Body Mind & Soul) India after “Leave your ego at the door”, that you “should not compare yourself to the person on the next mat”. The […]

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