Posts in Spirit
The Art of Intuitive Procrastination

In my mind, deadlines were always depicted as dark, shadowed corners in an otherwise well lit room, filled with cobwebs, spiders and other scary unknowns. In this reality, I avoided them like the plague. Yes, in my past, I’ve considered mySelf an absolute queen of procrastination. For years, it kept me from committing to much of anything. 'Is there a way I could start seeing it as more of a blessing than a curse?'. I started asking mySelf, daily. Through that curiosity, a ritual that would change my life, naturally, started to take place.

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Spiritual Practice.

Spiritual practice looks different for everyone. For many years, organized religion was the majority, but I do feel that in this younger generation, we're starting to appreciate a more DIY approach. We do what works for us, walls of what's 'appropriate' and 'inappropriate' are becoming less relevant. We're honoring what makes sense to us and makes us feel good. And why shouldn't we?

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Opening Authentic Communication

I’m aware that pretty, neutral posts offend no one. They also change nothing. (As much as a post, as a page, can change anything, that is.) - Kathryn Budig

Yoga is as much about learning as it is unlearning. Discovering, and making peace with, yourself on so many deeper levels. I've been reading on and integrating a lot of chakra balancing into my practice in recent months. It's sharpened my memory, and I now remember so much more of my past. Chasing back imbalances to their circumstances and situations, figuring out when 'this' or 'that' thing happened in my life that shaped me into who I am today. One thing it's taught me is that I'm passionate about speaking honestly, however ostracized it's made me, but I've been so inspired by this movement that I see growing all around me. I'm starting to uncover the gifts I've been blessed with. 

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Rise From The Ashes

You know, sometimes all you need is twenty seconds of insane courage. Just literally twenty seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something great will come of it. - Benjamin Mee

I believe that as a society, we're only truly beginning to understand the internet and it's capabilities now. How many people do you know who have a spiritual practice; whether that's doing yoga, meditation, a practice of gratitude, or reading spiritual texts?

How many of those people were doing those practices 10 years ago?

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