Mindful Living

It’s important to take time to reflect – and I take some of that time here. Feel free to read about what I’ve been learning, and share your thoughts with me, too!

Reflections on Living Fully Alive

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He is Risen, but I am Dead!

He is Risen, but I am Dead!

May You Live Fully Alive In Easter Joyfulness! First of all, thank you so much for your participation in our Lenten Yoga Series and in Holy Week Holy Yoga. Your faithfulness to Jesus, your yoga practice, and to Fully Alive Yoga, is a great support to me and a witness...

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Being Content During Lent

Being Content During Lent

Being Content During Lent Keep your lives free from the love of moneyand be content with what you have. Hebrews 13:5 In the traditional yoga sacred writings we find the spiritual guidelines called the NIYAMAS. One of these niyamas is SANTOSHA- the art of contentment,...

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Compassion, Pity, Mercy

Compassion, Pity, Mercy

Compassion, Pity, Mercy As I write this I am in New York City visiting my son. We just got off of the subway where I witnessed the most tender moment. A pregnant woman got on the train car and was visibly tired and overwhelmed. Another woman motioned to her, and then...

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Quenching Our Thirst

Quenching Our Thirst

Quenching Our Thirst Jesus said, “If you knew the generosity of God and who I am, you would be asking me for a drink, and I would give you fresh, living water. Everyone who drinks the water from this well will get thirsty again and again. But anyone who drinks the...

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I Went Hiking With Jesus and Oh, My….

I Went Hiking With Jesus and Oh, My….

I Went Hiking With Jesus and Oh, My.... Let's go on a hike... During Lent we are called to grow closer to God through fasting, almsgiving and prayer.  Of course, there are many, many ways that we can pray, that we can commune with God. One of those ways is to read and...

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Lent From a Child’s Perspective

Lent From a Child’s Perspective

Last week I picked my three grandkids up from school, and over Graeder’s ice cream cones I mentioned to them that Lent was coming up soon. Oh, my goodness, the protests that spilled forth! There was a loud “Oh no!” and an “I don’t like Lent” and a few other...

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Stealing Time and Other Things

Stealing Time and Other Things

Remember, yoga was never meant to just be a physical practice, as it has largely become in the western world. We know this by studying the Yoga Sutras, the traditional yoga text that describes the yoga philosophy and way of life. The sutras describe an eightfold path...

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Get Quiet And Listen

Get Quiet And Listen

Speak Lord, your servant is listening. - 1Sameul 3:10 My hope is that you will always find Fully Alive Yoga to be a place where you can just show up as you are and not as how you think you should be. Where you are comfortable practicing in the body God created...

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A New Road Traveled

A New Road Traveled

One of my favorite thoughts to reflect on this time of year is from Fulton Sheen, who said that it should be no surprise that the magi returned home by another route, for no one comes to Christand goes back the same way! I absolutely love this thought. Perhaps this...

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