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3 Ways to Get Out Of Your Yoga Rut

Michelle Finerty by Michelle Finerty | May 5th, 2016 | No Comments
topic: Yoga | tags: awareness, benefits of yoga, change, changes, deepen-your-yoga-practice, refresh, renewal, Yoga, yoga poses, yoga styles, yoga-practice, yoga-techniques

You roll out your yoga mat, take your seat, and begin your routine before class starts. A routine comprised of stretching, sitting or lying down to mentally prepare, or maybe enjoying some time to chat with your fellow yogis. All is as it should be, yet something seems off. You’re uninspired, going through the motions, not as aware of what you’re doing, feeling low in energy and even contemplating the need to take more breaks.

Leap and the Net Will Appear

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | April 27th, 2012 | 6 Comments
topic: Personal Growth | tags: affirmation, changes, choice, confidence, Cynthia James, decisions, faith, fear, Greg Louganis, HOPE, Indiana Jones, inspirational, leap of faith, life, love, risk, self confidence, self growth, self-awareness, spirituality, taking chances, trust

Taking chances

A few weeks ago I gave a talk entitled “Leap and the Net Will Appear.” I want to begin with the fact that “something in you is always calling you to dive into your greatness.” Once you do, you will discover that you have always been amazing, talented, unique, powerful, expansive, abundant and destined to live an incredible life. On some level, we always know this. The challenge is getting to a place where we leap no matter what we are currently experiencing. Here are three things to contemplate when it comes to hoping for a better life and taking chances.

Greet 2010 with ‘IntenSati’ & Become Who You Want to Be

Patricia Moreno by Patricia Moreno | December 24th, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Conscious Living News, Fitness, Personal Growth | tags: 2010, changes, IntenSati, intention, mind-body fitness, new year, Patricia Moreno, positive affirmations, Sati Life, who you are

Have you started to think about what changes you would like to make in 2010? Who do you really want to be? It’s your time; will you take it higher?

Here are some tips on how to make a powerful commitment to becoming who you really want to be.