5 Steps to Practice Gratitude around the Holidays

by guest | November 23rd, 2015 | No Comments
topic: Inspirational Media, Yoga | tags: be present, daily practice, give, give thanks, gratitude, holiday, holidays, intention, intentions, love, mindful, mindfulness, nature, power yoga, practice, share, thanksgiving, two fit moms, Yoga, yoga-practice

A guest post from Two Fit Moms.

It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, but the Thanksgiving holiday reminds us to come back to center, to focus on all that is good, and to count our many blessings.  This year, we encourage you to expand your day of gratitude into a daily practice.  While this may sound like another task to add to your to-do list during a busy season, we believe it’s well worth the effort.

Karma Yoga: Does It Really Start With You?

YOGANONYMOUS by YOGANONYMOUS | April 9th, 2012 | 1 Comment
topic: Fitness, Giving Back, Personal Growth, Relationships, Yoga | tags: actions, Adri Kyser, breathe, cause and effect, charity, Confucius, consequences, divine, Gandhi, give, giving back, job, Karma Yoga, meditate, meditation, Mother Teresa, Nishala Joy Devi, nuture, praise, reward, routine, Selfless Service, work, yoganonymous

Karma Yoga

By Adri Kyser

You hear people talk about Karma more and more nowadays. They use this word to describe something good or bad that happened to them or to someone else. Often you can even hear this word used to predict the future consequences a person may receive based upon a particular action.

Give Gifts a Good Reception

Leslie Garrett by Leslie Garrett | November 29th, 2011 | 1 Comment
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: acceptance, christmas, gifts, give, giving, grace, graciousness, gratitude, guilt, Hanukkah, holidays, receive, receiving, Relationships, spiritual transaction, thanks

Woman with holiday gift

With the holidays approaching, no doubt many of us are making a list and checking it twice. Ensuring that we find just the right gift to give to those we cherish in our lives.

Yet the giving is only half of the equation. We’ll undoubtedly be receiving gifts, too. And while many of us are world-class givers, can we say the same about receiving?