Tag "meditation"

Discover Your Love Gap

Almost every day, life delivers some measure of discomfort or pain. We feel scared in our jobs. We get hurt in our relationships. We lose a desired opportunity. We become

We Are Not Our Thoughts

Thoughts arise and we grab hold of them. We generate other thoughts in response to that one, perhaps embellishing our thought in pursuit of something we desire, or perhaps changing

Spring Cleaning: 6 Ways to Clear Out the Clutter

It feels so good to get rid of stuff you no longer need – to clean out cluttered closets and overstuffed drawers, to dump moldy food sitting in the back

Gentle Ways To End Meditation

Whether a time of meditation is several days or several hours or several minutes, returning to the outside world can be disturbing, annoying and even overwhelming. Some people, especially after

Mental Reboot! 4 Ways to Cultivate a Beginner’s Mind

The other night I told my son to go wash his hands for dinner as I do every evening. The next thing I knew he is saying “mom watch this!”

Meditation with Julie: Sankalpa

Enjoy this short meditation on resolving to support your highest truth.

5 Yoga Revelations from the Heart of India

Yoga is an ever-expanding journey. No matter if you are new to yoga or have practiced for decades, there is always something to understand and embody at a deeper level. Open yourself up with travel and exploration!

Meditation with Julie: Travel De-stress

While seeing far away places can be exciting, getting there can sometimes be a huge stress. Long security line? Weather delay? Mechanical? Try this meditation before your next flight to stay calm and relaxed for your next trip!

The Power of Pause

Discovering that state of mind that exists in between, as I sometimes refer to metaphorically as the yellow light, can be a powerful and enlightening moment. Our society values being

Training the Monkey Mind

The mind is a terrible thing to waste, but half the time we don’t even realize we are doing it. Like a puppy learning new tricks, we too must train the mind one step at time and with patience.