Tag Archives: meaning

Let the Shaman Back In

While visiting a Tibetan-Himalayan store at my hometown, I had a chat with one of the shop’s owners. I mentioned to her my interest in Shamanism, and inquired as to the role such Medicine Men play in the society she came … Continue reading

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The body remembers

Several years ago I had my first chance at attempting a handstand. Though a seasoned Yogi and well versed with headstands (that is head-stand, not hand-stand,) I never before tried that pose. Taking a class at another studio, the instructor had … Continue reading

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Morning mantra

I welcome the new day, embracing new opportunities for self-growth. I acknowledge that not all moments may be pleasant, but pledge to keep an open mind and a curious spirit; that, rather than complain, I will inquire as to the … Continue reading

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What is the meaning of this?

If, since his inception, either by divine intervention or by a fluke of the universe, man’s foremost question was, “who am I?” followed closely by, “what the hell am I doing here?” a third question humans frequently ask is, “why … Continue reading

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