A Meditation for Love

Do you have a warm cup of something to lovingly hold and sip as you read this? If not, go make yourself something you’ll enjoy, then come and sit with me. Take a sip while it’s warm, because you’re about to forget all about that warm cup of tea. 

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A Yoga Love Poem

I wrote this yoga love poem some time ago and thought I would share it now as I sit in a delicious space of creating and planning for the WellBeing Yoga Immersions for Love. It equally serves for lovers and those waiting for the wings of love. It can also be felt as a calling or uniting wholeness within yourself...

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And Fly! A metaphor

It's long overdue,
This coming home to yourself.
You have been wanting to embrace your heart your whole life,
Yet have held back,
Until now.

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Cultivating Compassion

In the authoritative ancient text, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, karuna or compassion is one of the four ways of relating to others. Compassion towards those who are suffering. Compassion can sometimes be difficult, especially if someone’s suffering is aimed at you.

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Cultivating Sensitivity

Have you had a teary day/ week or even month lately? A teary moment, even? Have you been told you’re ‘too sensitive’, ‘overly sensitive’ and ‘hyper sensitive’?

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Home now - a poem

I go,
And I write,
And I feel for my breath,
And as I do,
I feel a caress,
Of warmth on my cheek,
I missed you, my friend,
The warmth of the sun,
With rays that amend.

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On Criticism

Recently I discovered that over many years I unconsciously embraced a criticism of my handwriting that didn’t come from me. In the process of conscious living, you uncover or wake up to things that you do unconsciously that no longer serve you, and it’s a wonderful thing, because it provides the opportunity to let go and live differently.

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Vastu for Love

Do you see Love as a spiritual quest in life? Look around your home, feel into the space. Does it feel emotionally warm to be at your place? Is it nurturing, safe, non-judgemental, and is love freely expressed and received? Can you drop into the space and truly relax?

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Yogic Prayer Practice

As a yogi/yogini of love, when something touches you deeply, like natural disasters in the world and the suffering and death it can bring, you can dedicate your yoga practice to easing the suffering of people, a person or group on a small or global scale. This raises your own consciousness, and helps develop compassion and peace, putting your sufferings into perspective and easing them as well. You can do a yoga prayer practice alone or in a group, harnessing the power of the group energy to help bring about healing for others.

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