Meditating makes us aware that we are at the same time active subject and passive object of our feelings, emotions, and thoughts.
Include all beings in your horizon
Thinking about inclusion, we should broaden our horizons to welcome, take care of, and love all beings and their uniqueness in being all equal.
One goal of holistic practices is to become aware of our entire being and develop our body, mind, and soul.This will lead us to freedom.
Book of the Day – What We Say Matters
Today's Book of the Day is What we say matters, written by Judith Hanson Lasater and Ike K. Lasater in 2022 and published by Shambhala. Judith Hanson Lasater is a prolific author, a yoga teacher, and one of the founders of Yoga Journal magazine. She holds a doctorate in East-West psychology and is a physical…
When we improve just one part of ourselves, we quickly hit a wall. Growing involves a holistic development of our entire being: body, mind, and soul.
What most determines the outcome of our lives are the thoughts, choices, and actions we dedicate most awareness and commitment to.
Book of the Day – Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Today's Book of the Day is Yoga Sutras, written by Patanjali around the 2nd century BCE. Patanjali - पतञ्जलि, also called Gonardiya or Gonikaputra, was a Hindu author, mystic, and philosopher, who was believed to be a Siddhar, an enlightened scholar of Yoga and spiritual knowledge. He lived between the 2nd and 4th centuries BCE.…
Ways we can walk
Some of the ways we can walk to better understand and enjoy our lives are to raise our awareness, cultivate empathy, and share more care and love.
Both subject and object
When we meditate we are the subject who observes and the object observed. So, we are not our thoughts, even if we can create our life with them.
We cannot change if we remain stuck in a negative situation. We have to move holistically, with our bodies, minds, and souls towards new goals.