Healing the Masculine and Feminine

Healing the Masculine and Feminine

Titina van Hoorn, Soul Piece Jewelry In my exploration of the journey of the Soul, I have been fond of (well, kind of) digging into the areas that one would usually like to leave alone; the shadow, the dark recesses of my psyche that I would have a hard time...
How Are You Chgoosing Joy Today?

How Are You Chgoosing Joy Today?

I placed a sign at the entry of Cedar Sanctuary that reads simply, “choose joy.” Is it really that simple? (My initial typo when writing this was “chgoose” joy, which I am en-joying and will use here.) I chgoose joy! What does this mean, and...
Starry Night Sky Meditation

Starry Night Sky Meditation

Begin by taking your awareness to the center of your head. Feel the whole head filled with the starry night sky. Rather than a head full of thoughts, notice spaciousness and expansiveness of the starry night sky.Release into that state of expansion. Whatever thought...
YESipe for Letting Go of Perfectionism

YESipe for Letting Go of Perfectionism

Barbara Krauss, The Centre for Organic YESipes™ This is a blissfully messy concoction. Get your hands dirty, your face smudged, feel the freedom in your body and the pounding of your heart as you release yourself from the captivity of having to be perfect. You will...
7 Steps to Releasing Resentment

7 Steps to Releasing Resentment

Finally check your baggage and fly free! Written by Tammy Steele, Fully Present Living Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies. ~ Nelson Mandela Did someone do or say something that you find unforgivable? Do you find yourself still...
Writing a Great Bio: Suggestions

Writing a Great Bio: Suggestions

Writing a great bio can frustrate even the most creative of people. There is something about the pressure of distilling a career, or personality into a few captivating paragraphs. Hiring a copywriter to write your bio can be an amazing experience.Our very own Barbara...
Embracing All: A Meditation

Embracing All: A Meditation

“You know how you are doing in your practice based on the quality of your relationships.” Why did Krishnamacharya, who is often called the father of yoga, say this? When we are able to embrace all aspects of ourselves, we are able to equally embrace others...