Infinity operates in all facets of existence. Look at the symbol; it reveals one circle transitioning into another circle. The symbol is diagrammatic of the constant unfolding and evolving of beginning and ending into one another. Infinity interacts within the make-up of all beings on earth. Koshas are conceptual, metaphysical components that existing within the … Continue reading The Koshas and Infinity: Physical, Energetic, Mental, Contemplative and Spiritual Implications.
Life is about balance. We can work to balance our inner selves with the outer elements that constantly engage us during our lifetime. As a yoga instructor, personal trainer and writer, I truly believe that living our lives with awareness can bring the goal of inner balance well within our reach. Every day activities provide … Continue reading Life: lessons in balance.
% of Effort 1 item 2 items 3 items 4 items 5 items 1 – 2 days 4% 8% 12% 16% 20% 2 – 3 days 8% 16% 24% 32% 40% 3 – 4 days 12% 24% 36% 48% 60% 4 – 5 days 16% 32% 48% 64% 80% 5 – 6 days 20% 40% … Continue reading How Not to Gain Weight during the Holidays
The changing of the seasons is symbolic of the cyclical nature of the heavens. In temperate climates, there are the seasonal rains that come and wash the earth during spring and autumn. The rains are a sort of announcement, a prelude, to the ensuing summer and winter seasons, respectively. It also during these times that … Continue reading A Cleanse and Detox adherent speaks.
Religion and spirituality are part of the everyday lives of people across the face of the earth. However, they are often seen as being mutually exclusive of each other. Barriers are often erected between the two and serve only to bury, under the opacity of dogma and doctrine, their commonalities. Commonalities between religious doctrine and … Continue reading Christianity and Yoga – Commonalities
"The devil went down to Georgia, he was lookin' for a soul to steal He was in a bind cuz' he was way behind and he was willin' to make a deal" . . . . Charlie Daniels Band. I took a trip down to Georgia. I was soul searching on this trip. This journey … Continue reading Pasaquan – a journey of spiritual imagery
Breathing exercises, that utilize long, full, slow breaths (LFSB), provide benefits that enhance the gains obtained from conventional, western exercise. LFSB, as is encouraged through the practice of yoga, tai chi or meditation, allows for maximum oxygenation of the blood and the ensuing, corresponding development and exhalation of carbon dioxide. During exercise, the actions of … Continue reading To Breathe or to Breathe Fully, LFSB
When I wore a younger man’s clothes, in the 80’s, I was pretty daring and bicycle safety was minimal on my list of concerns. I was just beginning my journey down the road to good health as I was finding out that a bicycle is perfect for displaying the strength and endurance aspects of one’s … Continue reading Bicycle Safety a-la-mode.
Hip Extension with Feet on the Stability Ball Hip stability is a very important aspect of movement. No matter what you want to engage in, be it walking, running, tai chi, tennis, or swimming. Specifically, hip stability plays a key part in the mechanics of golf. The stability of your hips comes from good core … Continue reading Functional Exercises for Golf
Ingredients for Cakes 1 and 1/2 cups almond meal or flax meal 1 cup whey protein powder 1 stick butter 4 oz low-fat whipped cream cheese 2 eggs 1-2 cups sugar substitute (Sucralose) 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt Zest of 1 large orange Preparation In this recipe a combination of almond meal and … Continue reading Citrus Mini Cakes w/Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting