Inspiration

  • say yes to life anyway

    Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way. -Viktor Frankl Like all of us, I try to get my head/heart around recent terror attacks, and all the violence in the Holy Land. I […]

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  • Let Work Renew You

    “Work and play are not polar opposites. They can be part of the same dynamic. We can be playful as we accept to work with levity and joy.” Right after I posted my last post on play, a friend, who was kindly encouraging me to live my life’s purpose, sent me the poem I am […]

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  • Take Time to Play

    Take time out to play. Play is so important for our well-being. It’s not just something that children need to learn and grow. It’s good for all of us. I have been reading a lot about play and was fascinated when I found Dr. Stuart Brown’s TED lecture. Brown founded the National Institute for Play, […]

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  • Open the Heart (Heal Your Body)

    Last week’s tip was about releasing the neck. This week, I want to focus on opening the heart for the alignment of the whole upper body and shoulder girdle. Before giving you pointers you can use on the mat, in exercise, and in daily life to have more comfort in your body and ease of […]

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  • Be Renewed in Each Moment

    In my travels, I met a lot of people into change—permaculturalists, yoga teachers, body-workers and healers, community workers, teachers, a few health nuts, and just everyday people trying to live a healthy life. It is amazing how many people have migrated to Costa Rica in search of this. Many North Americans, Europeans, and even an […]

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  • Let Love Be Your Foundation

    Now that 2012 is here, so many people are talking about how it is a time of transition. A lot are into some pretty freaky ideas about where we’re heading. Whatever the truth is about where we are historically or even cyclically, we are definitely living a pretty fascinating period of cultural change and upheaval. […]

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