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Blavatsky was born in 1831 to an aristocratic Russian family. She spent a lot of her youth traveling. In American, she became a medium and claimed to channel the words of ascended masters. The masters told Blavatsky that they had great spiritual wisdom and supernatural powers. Through her, they were reviving ancient knowledge
The thing is, I’m a yoga teacher. I want to teach about chakras from a yogic perspective, not from the perspective of folks who haven’t studied yoga, or those who prefer to use chakras as a way to pick up chicks.
Here’s a little tidbit I rarely talk about in public – I prefer not to shave my armpits.
There, I said it. *cringe* I can see my mom and sisters rolling their eyes 🙄 at my intractable hippie-ish inclinations.
You've Come a Long Way Baby (kinda sorta) By Kristine Kaoverii Weber | July 9, 2021 COMMENTSThe other day my son showed me some photos from his junior prom. The kids were all dressed up and completely adorable. I recognized one of the girls in the photos, who I’ve...
I’m sitting in the office of my son’s dentist’s, in a bar-stool-height chair they have strategically placed in the corner to keep parents from helicoptering over their work. The dental assistant is navigating my son’s molars.
Tesla, Yoga, and Endogenous Luxury By Kristine Kaoverii Weber | June 14, 2021 COMMENTSMy 17-year-old wants a Tesla. He shows me different models and their latest features. He talks about how it can pick me up at the grocery store curb. He tells me about the computer,...
I gave her a simple piece of advice – “Your students need YOU, not Yoga with Adriene.”
The reality is that it doesn’t matter if your not that athletic, or you haven’t been teaching very long, or you don’t know everything about anatomy, or that you’re not very flexible. What matters is that you are sincere, you are dedicated, you keep studying and basically, you keep being authentically you. That’s all.
We’ve been traveling around New Zealand for a week now. My friend Charles emailed me yesterday: “It grieves me to know that you will have to spend time in purgatory (Catholic version) or reincarnated as something like a Dung Beetle for your present pleasures.” 🤣
For post-traumatic growth to be initiated, we all need tools to help us soothe and soften our frayed, traumatized nervous systems. Otherwise, we’ll end up relying on old, unsustainable approaches like addictive substances, behaviors, and or entrenched, dogmatic belief systems to deal with the challenges before us.
Yoga practice offers an opportunity to regularly, mindfully, chip away at the stress, fear, anxiety, and clinging to old ways that constrict us and reinforce obsolete ways and thinking and being. Yoga allow us to have the embodied experience of expansion.
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