Almost our entire biology is geared toward protection and defense and our culture teaches us to grab what we want, even if it means taking from others. To work against this conditioning takes great courage and practice. The ethical and philosophical practices of yoga and meditation give us guideposts for leading a life in alignment with our values. When I practice them, they never fail. The key is remembering to wake up to our conditioning and make a different choice.
Join Me and Nathan Crane for a live Question and Answer Session inside the Healing Life platform this coming October 13th at 3:00 PM Eastern Time. Send your questions ahead of time by going here. https://www.healinglife.net/pages/ask-the-experts During this live session that takes place with world-renowned health experts and doctors twice per month, you will be
When Lauren Walker and Donna Eden join forces, it’s a superstar event. Two leading pioneers in their respective fields of yoga and energy medicine. As Lauren began to weave these ancient techniques that Donna teaches into her personal yoga practice, a beautiful synergy happened. A magical union of two ancient healing traditions became Energy Medicine
One of the most beautiful things about yoga is there is a yoga for every body. No matter how old or young you are, no matter what size you are, or your physical ability–there is a yoga for you. In fact, yoga is not as much about physical movement as it is about your mind
To lead an authentic life, it is important to know when to say “yes” and when to say “no.” However, often as a result of our conditioning and our culture, we have lost or never learned the ability to discern which answer would most honor ourselves and which would help us be honest with others.
Hi Everyone, This is a short blog to let you know that I have ONE spot left in my yoga and mindfulness retreat January 28 – February 4, 2023. You can read all about it here https://www.lynnrossy.com/yoga/retreat/. Please email me at MindfulRossy@gmail.com if you are interested or if you know someone else who might be.
It is amazing to me how easily we can ignore our taste buds. I say this because many people who come to my mindful eating class think they like to eat certain highly processed foods but come to discover through mindful attention that this is not often true. I find this incredible–that we can completely
Research tells us that we are present about half of the time. However, my personal inventory of people over many years tells me it is much less than that. And the cost of living without being fully aware ranges from overeating/drinking to checking your social media whenever there is a moment without activity. Or how
I quit weighing and counting calories a long time ago. These practices were never helpful and often harmful. I quit basing my value on the values of the diet culture. They always made me feel like there was something wrong with me. And, I quit looking in the mirror and being disappointed at the signs
Mindful eating changes how you eat, how you respond to emotions and thoughts, and how you approach your entire life. Some people who take the class have difficulty with emotional eating and body image, some have been diagnosed with eating disorders, some are professionals wanting to teach mindful eating, and some are people who are