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Harvest Moon Mindfulness

Mindfulness meditation doesn’t change Life. 

Life remains as fragile and unpredictable as ever.  

Meditation changes the heart’s capacity to accept Life as it is.

~~ Sylvia Boorstein

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Three Reasons to Add Deep Breathing to Your Daily Routine

Three Reasons to Add Deep Breathing to Your Daily Routine

You might think breathing is second nature, right? You’re doing it right now as you are reading this. But did you know that there are different kinds of breathing and that what is called deep breathing can have important health benefits? Read on to learn just three of the most important reasons you should add deep breathing to your daily routine. continue reading »

8 Benefits of Practicing Regular Meditation

8 Benefits of Practicing Regular Meditation

Meditation has a reputation for several health benefits but here are the top eight reasons establishing a regular meditation routine can improve your overall health and wellbeing. But first, what is meditation? It is defined as the regular process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts. continue reading »

Your body is your SUBCONSCIOUS MIND

The relationship between the body and the mind has always been one of unity, connection and interdependence within the system of Chinese medicine.  Disharmony or “dis-ease” presents itself with a symptom/sign – perhaps an ache, a fever, fatigue, heart palpitations, changes in appetite, and more.  These signs are assessed by the doctor, suggestions for remedies are made to alleviate discomfort, and the underlying reason for the “dis-ease” is also addressed.  Symptoms – the outward conversation between the inner and outer body – are seen as messengers, helping to guide us to redirect our attention and follow the clues so that harmony can be restored in the body. 


Cultivate Your Inner Stillness

Greetings my precious people!!!

For the first time ever, I decided to take a ‘summer sabbatical’ in the month of June to cultivate some much needed rest, and experience “being” instead of “doing.”  Chinese medicine extols the value and virtue of living in accordance with the seasons, and while Summer is the high point of the active yang energetic, we are also in the year of the Yin Water Rabbit, where we are reminded of rest, retreats, and the gifts of cultivating an inner stillness.  So a summer sabbatical seemed quite appropriate!! 

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