Spring into Summer series Day 2 Principle: Breath In a blog I posted earlier I described the respiratory system as the most inefficient system in the human body. Essentially, we were designed to survive. This does serve us in times of need, when for whatever reason oxygen...

I was very moved by my experience in Nicaragua. By the breathtaking beauty of the sunsets, the relaxed and simple way of life, the delicious food, the list goes on and on...

Love is everywhere...

After an inspiring conversation with a dear friend of mine who teaches yoga I found myself wondering if by concentrating too much on the importance of positive thinking we risk missing the bigger picture, the deeper beauty. The beauty that exists in letting go of...

Recently I picked up and was inspired by a book I haven't read in a while, The Inner Game of  Tennis by Timothy Gallwey. He eloquently describes the conflict that arises internally between the "I" that gives instructions (self 1), and the "myself," that performs...

Isn't it beautifully refreshing that we don't have to be attached to ideas we've created about ourselves? I thought about this the other day...

Waking up this morning after the storm that we experienced last night I find my self thankful for many things. Little things we take for granted like morning coffee, running water and power...