Q & A w/ Anodea Judith on her book Chakra Yoga

1. How long have you been working with the chakra system and how did you originally connect to it?

I first discovered yoga in 1975. There weren’t many classes then, so I did a lot of reading and I came across writings on the chakra system at the same time.  As soon as I read about it, a shot of energy went through my body. I knew I had found a vital key that unlocked many mysteries, yet somehow tied things together in cohesive fashion. Now, 40 years later, I realize those keys were far more profound than I had even imagined at the time. It just keeps getting higher and deeper!

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Presenter Profile | Douglas Beasley

Content from Douglas Beasley’s website 
Feature Photo from flikr.com by Ivana Vasilj

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Douglas Beasley’s personal vision explores the spiritual aspects of people and place and is concerned with how the sacred is recognized and expressed in everyday life. He hopes that his photographs act as prayer-like offerings, as a departure point for the viewer’s own visual or spiritual journey.

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The World Needs a Secular Community Revolution | The Evolution Institute

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Human nature is adapted for community life. Our species evolved in tight-knit, face-to-face, small-scale, inter-generational hunter-gatherer communities [1]. These communities provided an essential resource for their members: a network of social support [2]. As a community member, your co-members would have included your long-term partners in mutually advantageous reciprocal relationships—people who cared deeply about your welfare. You could have depended on them when times were hard, and they could have depended on you [3]. You’d have engaged in rituals with your community, to commemorate life’s most meaningful events: births, deaths, rites of passage. You’d have partied, joked, and had great times with fellow members. You’d have shared things with them: food, knowledge, gossip, and responsibilities. You’d also have shared common values and common existential and cosmological beliefs.
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10 Easy Daily Ways To Be Happy and Healthy Today

By Screw The Rules, Dating Coach Laurel House

Featured Image Source: Flickr – Take Back Your Health Conference

It’s time to focus on infusing more light into your life! Here are 10 ways to start:

  1. Love You… First
  2. Express Gratitude- Thank you
  3. Nurture yourself- inside out
  4. Make an Intention Board
  5. MAKE time, don’t find time.
  6. Jump on a trampoline to fight cellulite and energize your mind!
  7. Create a fitness bank
  8. Surround yourself with motivating people
  9. Detox your social group if you need to
  10. Decide to be happy. Drop the drama!

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