The police barricade was up the road several hundred yards.
Reveal Your Resistance By: Sue Van Raes It is the time of year when every part of us begins to turn towards the light of spring. A lot of transformation is occurring – the season’s new growth, the fresh spring greens pushing through the earth’s thawing surface, the natural cleansing of our bodies as we
It was early, maybe before six
I have a story for you today.
My Son, the battle is between two wolves inside of us all.
On a July afternoon lilacs filled the summer air
Jeanine Endsley is a Costa Rica-based writer, yogi, and holistic massage therapist.
Do you ever forget about self-care?
It may be time to take a different perspective on our responsibility.
You think that following a path of “enlightenment” means never feeling “jelly”? Yeah, right! Jealousy (fear that someone will take what you have) and envy (wanting what someone else has) are primal, inevitable, and ultimately useful emotions.
Amidst the summertime season of heart opening and expansiveness, this is a gentle nudge to remember how some of the road maps within the yogic path.
“I have a vision,” I exclaimed, “I want to hold a festival in downtown Boulder. I want to help create a platform for up and coming teachers, raise the local economy, and raise the vibration of the planet.”
Everything seems just a little more intense in the summer: the grass is softer, the sun is brighter and higher in the sky, the days are longer as are the late day shadows