Could it be that Jesus’ whole mission on earth was to show us that while duality exists, . . . there is a greater wholeness that reduces it to mere illusion? . . . Could it be that nothing but wholeness ever does prevail once we are willing to perceive it? -Glenda Green A few […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Everything but love is suffering. -M. Catherine Thomas A few years ago I attended a Neonatal Resuscitation Program workshop. One of the things we spent a lot of time talking about is verbal first-aid. When a mother and baby have experienced a resuscitation, it is generally a very traumatic experience. The first thing we were […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’m so excited to share these beautiful photos from last July’s “Of One Heart and One Mind” Kundalini Yoga and Meditation workshop. The photos (with watermarks) were taken by my awesome sister-in-law Brooke Roundy (interspersed with much-less-awesome pics from my phone). She does maternity, birth, newborn, and family portraits in Utah as well. Totally check […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Sikhism is the lineage through which we have received Kundalini Yoga, and many long-time Kundalini Yoga teachers and students happen to be Sikhs (or choose to become Sikhs). Most of the Kundalini Yoga mantras also happen to come from sacred Sikh scripture, as given through Guru Nanak. Some who are introduced to Kundalini Yoga have […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
For the past week I have been working on getting supplies to make a riser or platform for our Kundalini Yoga Workshop this coming Saturday. It has been a lot of work trying to find what I need without spending a fortune while also making it portable and easy to assemble. At moments I have […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
A few days ago I received this story from a lovely reader. She gave permission for me to share it here. Thank you, Dev Satya Kaur! By Dev Satya Kaur I turned my tire to avoid what looked like a box of mason jars in the center lane of the road. What was a small […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Yesterday I had a conversation with a woman I love. Someone else we know had found some scary things online about Kundalini Yoga. So this woman I love googled Kundalini Yoga and found scary things too. In the end she chose to trust my judgment and not worry about it. I’m glad she did. Of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Last fall I heard a story I haven’t been able to forget. I don’t remember who was speaking when it was shared, but Google seems to indicate that it’s a common Chinese folktale. In fact, I ran into the exact same story as I was reading The Godseed by M. Catherine Thomas a few months […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
For all of my life I have had issues with making money. This is not from any lack of profitable skills. I have been blessed with many talents. But I have always preferred to volunteer, give things away, or work for free. The first book I ever learned to read (and had committed entirely to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you click on my “Testimonials” tab, you’ll notice that it’s a blank page. Ha! That’s because I don’t have any official “satisfied customers” besides my husband and kids who have learned that I usually know what they need when something is “off” with them. God told me when I was a teenager that one […]Continue Reading... 22 Comments.