- Child’s pose. Assuming the attitude of a child often frees us from the need to know everything.
- We are each individual eco systems, like little terrariums. For sustained well being, we need to understand how to feed and care for our unique selves. This requires learning to listen.
- How it feels on the inside always matters more than how it looks on the outside.
- There are many great teachers and I honor all of them. My body, my breath and life itself will always be my greatest teachers.
- How I react to any given situation has far more to do with me than what is going on around me. My happiness is not dependent upon external circumstances.
- Giving is the new receiving. I am happier and healthier when I contribute to others’ happiness (the science exists to back this up).
- Pushing hard for a result implies a lack of trust in life and often means pain and suffering.
- Any habit can be replaced with a new healthier habit.
- Right Thought: What I have control over is very little. What I can control is how I respond to the moment.
- Right Speech: Words can be used to enhance or deplete my energy. God is always listening.
- Right Action: May my actions contribute to the moment.
- What other people are doing and saying is usually none of my business.
- I am always more capable than I know, whether or not I want to accept that fact.
- Letting go if often difficult. It also is a fast path to joy.
- Every wall is a door.
- Inner peace is entirely possible with daily practice.
- I live in the US, in California, in Silicon Valley and I am blessed because I don’t spend my day trying to physically survive like most people on this planet. Being blessed comes with a certain responsibility. Serving others means I think less about myself and that is a relief.
- The bottom line is you deserve to be loved as much as I do, so the only acceptable scenario is we love each other.
- Life is short. Shavasana is imminent. Therefore, enjoy each breath.
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