Aunty-ing. I have all the opinions in the world about family, and kids and raising kids and blah, blah, blah. Do you think that my nieces and nephews miss me or see me as a solid part of their lives?? Probably not. And the list goes on
This yoga teacher was not a modern day guru... rather she is an incredibly successful business woman. She has a very loyal clientele base, with wonderful attendance at all sorts of overpriced retreats, catch ups, courses, functions and information nights.
I feel weird stabbing pain just at writing that title. Just a dream... That's what it is starting to feel like. Or actually that's what the sudden realisation that I just had - is about. *Cue eye leakage* I don't remember what it was like to be pregnant anymore. I don't remember the thoughts about … Continue reading just a dream …
I’d like to invite you to join me in honouring the gorgeousness and divinity within these amazing yogis, as they present their best efforts, despite how much much nervous poo and internal vomiting they’ve released in the last hour or two. [1240 words]
So I just need to express this. I am so open with my yoga stuff. When I make an awesome visual display of notes or concepts, I share it. When I create an epically awesome template of all our dates and assignments, I share it. Good resources, websites, perspectives, shortcuts, synthesises... shared! So it actually shits … Continue reading Just (more) venting
So this has been decently hard to write about. As much as it's been on my mind for months... it's still a yucky and complex thing to start to articulate. Warning. The following discusses sexual abuse. Why Brahmacharya as chastity, shouldn't be a thing. Massive long read.
So, this has been bothering me for a while. Brahmacharya is the fourth yama, which is the first limb of yoga. Background Yoga, according to Patanjali, ['The Dude' that wrote the authoritative text, 'The Yoga Sutra' = the yogic bible equivalent], consists of eight limbs or components towards enlightenment (or how to live a life of … Continue reading Brahmacharya [Part 1]: Defining sex in yoga.