Step into my world and take a glimpse. I often wonder how I walk the line between the pure emptiness and peace of my yoga practice and the hyper-broadband-instant-now news career I have.
The Double Dutch poets Kirsten van den Hul a.k.a. The Change Agent and Najiba Abdellaoui are yogis, truly.
On the link to Story of Stuff I say the movie is the reason I got rid of my car and that I now live in a box. OK, I don’t live in box, I live in an 868 sq. foot loft in Old Town, downsized from a four-bedroom house. And I did donate my Isuzu Trooper to the VOA after downsizing from three vehicles to one. Now Annie Leonard, the face behind the movie has friended me on Facebook! What to ask her?
Cats the world over protest and riot in reaction to news there will be no more Tiki Cat cat food. Write your pet store owner, legislator, astronaut. Join the Facebook fan page. If you’re not a part of the solution you ARE the problem.
I’ve not been able to get myself onto my mat in my home in any consistent manner. The pulse of a room is maybe too attractive, seductive and convenient? Maybe my yoga has become more social than internal?
I gave myself a yoga exploration retreat in New York on the cheap (kinda). I’m still digesting the depth of the education. I am changed and changing because of the experience.
We all will have to pay more than just taxes to turn back climate change and decrease carbon emissions. We’ll have to change lifestyles, transportation dependencies, entertainment habits – a lot. We will have to PRACTICE living in a wholesome, healthy and healing way for this planet.
Sesame Street had taught me about open mindedness and playfulness. Music and movement. Kindness and compassion. Yoga!
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