Think of something you don’t enjoy doing. For example, household chores, sitting in rush-hour traffic, creating tedious reports at work, or long flights with unnecessary delays.
Take a moment and think of how it makes you feel. Your chest may tighten, you may begin to grit your teeth, and your breathing pattern may even become accelerated. These bodily reactions are known as resistance, and what you resist will persist.Love
Six lucky ladies will be selected for the remaining slots to be featured in Elle’s upcoming movie. (No Acting Experience Necessary)Love
I was caught doing this and I am wondering if you have ever done this before…Love
Years ago, I worked in a nursing home as the Activities Coordinator. My job was to make the stay of the seniors more enjoyable. The most fascinating thing that all the women told me while I worked there was they wished they hadn’t lived with so much fear. Being in a nursing home gave them lots of time to reflect on the ways they held themselves back.Love
Sitting behind a dumpster as a homeless woman is where I first experienced the self-less nature of Karma yoga. When I went to teacher training with Sri Dharma Mittra in NYC two years ago, he gave the moment that forever changed my life a name; Karma Yoga. At some point in your life you probably have been a karma yogi and you didn’t even know it.Love