Tag Archives: letting go

Seahorsin’ Around

Try this right now: Be a seahorse. Stand on one leg and let the other float off the ground behind you. Tuck your elbows into your ribs. Extend your forearms straight ahead. And start wiggling your fingers. This was the … Continue reading

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A Paddle & Perspective

During my standup paddleboard outing this morning, my companion found herself in the middle of the lake without a paddle. Somewhere in between doing our yoga poses, it had silently glided overboard. I loaned her mine as we started our … Continue reading

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Letting Go to Fly

Today marks day 28 of my 40-day yoga challenge and I’ve been practicing every single day. Sometimes I push my limits at hot power yoga sessions. On other days, I listen to what my body needs and invent my own … Continue reading

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Begin again

On those yoga days when I’ve misplaced my balance and my tree pose looks like it’s being rattled by an earthquake, I just let myself wobble. I try my best to remain on one foot. The majority of the time … Continue reading

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Living, hating and surrendering to the questions

“Have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language. Don’t search for the answers, which could not be given … Continue reading

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Free as a Tree

I’ve always wanted to be a free spirit. You know that kind of person who radiates joy, enlivens conversations, sparks laughter and inspires others to pursue dreams. That soul-connected individual who creates, loving the process more than the results but … Continue reading

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The stuff you can’t steal

The thief was apparently not a serious yogi or an outdoor adventurer. I say this in judging what was left behind. My yoga studio’s schedule was draped across the passenger’s seat next to my brand-new Kripalu Drummers Live CD. The … Continue reading

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