Spirituality & Health Magazine

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By:
Julie Peters
Honoring Vajresvari is a practice of leaning in completely to whatever we feel, of allowing it to teach us something, to intoxicate us in the moment.
By:
Julie Peters
Being present means living in the body that we live in, and confronting all those things about life that we don’t have any control over, at all.
By:
Julie Peters
What if that sudden forgetting of everything but the moment, that deep knowing that rises in the body and asks us to move, not think, is the very bedrock of spiritual power?
By:
Julie Peters
Non-attachment means we must love things as hard as we can because they will inevitably change.
By:
Julie Peters
Whether we are brokenhearted, jobless, fearful, or depressed, the darkness asks us to pause and listen to what our bodies may be trying to tell us.
By:
Julie Peters
Drawing inspiration from Amy Cuddy’s “power poses,” here is a yoga sequence to reduce fear and boost confidence.

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