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Want to change? Be aware of your choices

Want to change? Be aware of your choices   This yogic lesson on change begins with… food. I took a food allergy test last October and had been following an elimination diet up until the middle of January. I faithfully cut out all my triggers: cane sugar, coffee, pineapple, cranberries, whole...

What’s left behind is the most important

What’s left behind is the most important This weekend I attended Denver Chant Fest, a 3-day immersion into Bhakti Yoga and chanting filled with workshops, yoga classes and kirtans. And smiles — smiles all around from strangers who are happy to be alive. If you’re not familiar with Bhakti Yoga,...

3 ideas to clear out heartache

3 ideas to clear out heartache   After watching Her this week, I rode in an elevator to the parking garage with a couple of fellow moviegoers. The woman’s pregnant belly protruded from her long winter coat, and they had rings on their left hands. “What did you think?” she...

Loving yourself when you feel unlovable

Loving yourself when you feel unlovable   “Love isn’t a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun, like struggle. To love someone is to strive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and now.” -Fred Rogers In the wake of your last heartbreak, how much did you love...