January 25, 2012

The beautiful Aurora AngelAngel picture couldn’t be transferred, so go to my FaceBook page and check her out.  She is so beautiful.  It’s a frame from the following YouTube video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BC6flTOGSk&feature=youtu.be

FAIRBANKS ALASKA ..AURORA >>>Jan 22, 2012, By: Angel Breaux



Silence and stillness.  

Sinking into either of these for a little bit more of your day, is deeply nourishing.  Regular time in silence, or stillness or both deepen your presence and ground you in ways that are tangible and potent.

Life at the Ideafrontier, Expect Wonderful by Meredith Murphy



A Change Will do you good —- Flexibility Rocks!

This is the beginning of a blog from the site:  www.elephantjournal.com.  Check it out.  She’s amazing.


Via Aminda R. Courtwright

on Feb 12, 2011

A Change Will do you good —- Flexibility Rocks!

The bend in the road is not the end of the road unless you refuse to take the turn.  ~Anon

New ideas stir from every corner. They show up disguised innocently as interruptions, contradictions and embarrassing dilemmas. Beware of total strangers and friends alike who shower you with comfortable sameness, and remain open to those who make you uneasy, for they are the true messengers of the future.  ~Rob Lebow

  ARC’s Life Manifesto

Stay Present
Practice Patience
Cultivate Gratitude
Maintain Flexibility
Be Kind and Gentle
Remain Humble & Open Minded
Forgive, Forgive, Forgive
And above all else
Love Deeply

I can touch my toes…easily. Doesn’t that make me flexible? Well I suppose in that one way…but my true flexibility is not something that can be measured so easily.

Truth is I’m not all that concerned if people can touch their toes or not…I know it seems weird coming from a yogasana teacher, but it’s the absolute truth of it, flexibility of a different nature seems much more important and honestly useful. (don’t get me wrong physical flexibility has its usefulness…) Let’s look at the ways flexibility can be defined:….

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