Monthly Archives: November 2016

Remain vigilant, but do not be afraid

We have a week behind us after the shocking events of last week. The reality of our situation has certainly started to settle in, but I’m sure that more reality will come as the details get laid out. After spending the last week doing 2 daily meditations, I feel compelled to ask myself, what can I do to keep my eye open and vigilant over the health of the community. Read More
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A rock in a raging river

Does your practice support you during these challenging times? There has been so many wise words shared on Facebook, and through email. I feel compelled to share with you all the great thinking from so many yoginis that I share in sangha. “Be the rock in the raging river”. Having a practice that supports you through challenging times will help you maintain stability or have a path to regain it when you lose your footing. Read More
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Every Step Matters

In the absence of words that can make any sense of our current situation, I would like to share some thoughts that came to me from Indu Aurora. My heart hurts, yet I know that it will be ok even though it does not seem like it at the present time. My hope is that as we move forward, we will grow stronger, and our future will become more clear. We can unite and grow stronger; challenge, grief, and loss bring people together. Read More
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