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What We See Is About Us

Focusing on my responses to others rather than their behavior has shifted a lot for me. It’s allowed me to be around people that I’d not have been comfortable with prior. I’d likely have had a panic attack in the … Continue reading

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Open to Life

Since my last post, I’ve been listening to a lot of Sadhguru’s videos. While there are some aspects of his teachings that don’t resonate with me at this point in time, so much does. I’m understanding on the deepest levels … Continue reading

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Writing, Therapy, and Thriving

Last night I got back to a writing project—okay, a novel—that I was hoping to finish by last December. I’ve never had so much trouble writing a novel before. Usually, I’m quite fast and can crank them out. First drafts, … Continue reading

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Portrait of Jill Satterfield: a Mindful Approach to Yoga

Jill Satterfield has transformed yoga, again. Vajra yoga is different from other styles because it has a unique focus on inner reflection and compassion. Source: Portrait of Jill Satterfield: a Mindful Approach to Yoga ~ This is the first of … Continue reading

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