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What is the most loving option?

What is the most loving option? This question-mantra has literally flipped my life upside down. The idea behind is so simple, I can hardly believe I wasn't ready to receive it before. The idea that everything could come from a place of love. The idea that I can choose. That I can choose the most loving option or at least a loving option. Every time I'm faced with a decision, I can take the time to ask : What is the most loving option? Here's a few examples to show you my train of thoughts : 1. I love to Om as a student. I hate to Om as a teacher (because I feel self-conscious about my ability to sing). In class, I have a choice. To om or not to om? And What's the most loving option? To om. W

Podcast Episode 7 : Travelling to John of God

For our 7th episode, I had the pleasure to sit down with Bethany Miller. Bethany is a practicing psychologist and yoga studio owner. She owns and runs Sukha Yoga in Novato, where she created a great space oriented on healing and community. When I saw that she was organizing a trip to John Of God in Brazil, I immediately thought we had to sit down and chat. I really wanted to know about her experience... Listen to the podcast here : Thank you so much for listening and being part of our seventh episode! We have other great guests lined up for you so make sure to subscribe to the podcast where ever you listen! I would really appreciate you writing a review on iTunes to help other listeners find

Go on. Be needy. It's worth it.

I've been looking at the roots of my happiness, my habits, my relationships and my emotions. You know what I realized? One thing binds all of these together. *The stories we tell ourselves.* Some stories are total lies, some stories are total truth, but most stories of somewhere in between. They were often constructed on one event. Something happened and we made a conclusion. Then, we went on with our life supposing that our conclusion was totally accurate. Every time we were placed in a similar situation, we remembered the story and unconsciously decided how this new event would turn out. When it did indeed turn out the way we expected, we reinforced that story. Again. And Again. Until it f

Podcast Episode 6 - Fierce Kindness. Be a Positive Force for Change.

For our 6th episode, I had the pleasure to sit down with Melanie Salvatore-August. Mel is a yoga teacher, teacher trainer, author and activist. We’ve met a few years back when I did my 300h, as she was part of the cohort of teacher. I felt a strong connection to her teachings so I decided to pick up her books. Today, we’re meeting to talk about her second book, Fierce Kindness, Be a Positive Force for Change. Listen to the podcast here : Thank you so much for listening and being part of our sixth episode! We have other great guests lined up for you so make sure to subscribe to the podcast where ever you listen! I would really appreciate you writing a review on iTunes to help other listeners

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