Tag Archives: self-care
Posted on November 24th, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Gratitude

Take a moment for gratitude. As we head into a new day, set your intention for awareness, compassion, and ease.

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Posted on November 19th, 2013 by in Words from the Wise

The BRFWA Prescription

Often in the yoga world, you’ll hear directions like, “Let it go,” “Relax,” “Breathe into it.” These all sound lovely, but when I’m in a wound-up state, they strike me as abstract, unattainable, and a tad annoying—Let what go, where? Relax? Thanks, I’ll get right on that. And breathe into what? But my Kripalu Yoga […]

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Posted on November 17th, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Rest

Take a moment of rest to pause. Sometimes rest can be highly restorative if we allow ourselves this time.

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Posted on November 10th, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Stillness

Take a moment of stillness to pause, to breathe, and to exhale. As we let go and head into a new day, set your intention for self-awareness, mindfulness, and inquiry.

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Posted on November 3rd, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment to Breathe

Take a moment to pause, to breathe, and to exhale into the day.

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Posted on October 27th, 2013 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment of Quiet

Take a moment of quiet to pause and breathe. As we head into a new day, set your intention for mindfulness, connection, and inquiry.

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Posted on October 24th, 2013 by in Wake-Up Call

An Excerpt from May I Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Yoga, and Changing My Mind

by Cyndi Lee An excerpt from May I be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Yoga, and Changing My Mind. Every day I meet a woman who tells me how much she loves my gray hair and how much she wants to let her own hair go gray. She says that she thinks I am so […]

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Posted on October 22nd, 2013 by in Conscious Living

Building Courage Muscles

As a student in Kripalu’s Certificate in Positive Psychology program, I learned about something called self-perception theory. Developed by social psychologist Daryl Bem, the theory states that we form beliefs about ourselves by watching our behaviors, just as we form beliefs about others by watching theirs. We may therefore think of ourselves as confident after […]

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