For the past two years I’ve been writing a book, a guide actually, to showing up and living life fully. The process from conception to finding an agent, a publisher, and completing the manuscript has consumed my life. I’ve been waking at 4:00 am to write before teaching yoga and managing my business. As my
As seen on SimpleReminders.com Step beyond your busy mind, rise above your doubt and worry, and you will shift into a place, a state of a pure awareness — where you know who you are and you like what you see. In this space, in this slice of stillness, you glimpse a perfect reflection. Time
Last week, as I was showing up for Cayman’s parents, you were showing up for me—all of you—when I needed you most. Your tremendous response to my post picked me up and recharged my spirit. It was as if you were right by my side ready to offer a hug.
This week I’ve been busy—too busy to write. Instead, of working on my book, On The Verge, I’ve been living on the verge.
Yesterday I had lunch at the White Dog Café with a long time student and friend. He asked about my book, On The Verge. I relish in talking about the book as I often surprise myself—yesterday did not disappoint. Here’s what followed: I see human potential everywhere. I see it in every student who walks
On this last day of a week at Jake’s Resort in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, I am once again blown away by the extraordinary power of retreats. Stealing away from life, to pause and practice, has a way of always turning me inside out. So much has shifted for me in a mere seven days here—and
Thank you for your tremendous response to my first blog, My Long Road To Right Now. You have fired me up to continue sharing my journey that started with a big, bold intention to write a book about daily practices. I am a HUGE believer in the power of practice. I am actually sort of a