Be boldly and completely you. Step into your life and express yourself with your most lion-hearted roar. Share your creative, your quirky, your wild and wonderful self with the world around you. We need you, fully present and on fire. We need you, on purpose, honouring the brilliant heart that…
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We often think of loyalty as primarily a function of how we relate to others. But one of the ways we can evoke this in our practice is to view it as a part of how we relate to ourselves. How do we honour ourselves? We are constantly presented with opportunities to strengthen our loyalty to…
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The foundational ethical tenets that form the ground on which the rest of the practice is built are the yamas and niyamas. They are the self restraint practices of the yamas; ahimsa (non-violence), satya (truthfulness), asteya (non-stealing), bramacharya (continence/celibacy) and aparigraha…
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The question rooted at the heart of most of our experiences: Who am I? We are, whether consciously or unconsciously, engaged in answering this question through most of what we choose to do in our lives. From our various external roles to our inner soul searching experiences we are looking for this…
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