Yoga with Kelsey Mhyn

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Month: March, 2014

Mahatma Gandhi’s Wife and the Tribute She Wrote For Him

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This love letter is so devout and true that it reverberated a vibration of sincere love, gratitude, and contentment in my heart. It is a tribute written dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi from his wife, Katsurbai Gandhi. So, I decided to share it with you all:

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What yoga means to me

Someone once asked me, “What does yoga mean to you?”

And here was my reply:

No one has asked me this before because everyone just thinks that I practice yoga as a way to work out. It is one of the benefits that I get from practicing though. Practicing hatha yoga is a way for me to cultivate single-pointedness. It is a time where I get to feel connected with my inner self. Technically, yoga in general allows me to bring my inner being and my mind together as one. Yoga = union. Union with myself, mother Earth, and Father Sky.

In other words, yoga is my inner burning flame when all lights go out in the dark. It is what I have left to bring myself together, when all else fails. It connects me with who I really am, and of course with God.

Learn to rememb…

Learn to remember the past without living it.

How can you live in the here and now if you are still dwelling on what could have been?

It's okay to be sad.

It’s okay to be sad.

Cry it out and do whatever you can to get it out of your system. And then hang out with happy people, watch a funny movie, and do a little dance.

Smile and laugh because life is too short to dwell on what was. There is no point in thinking about what should have and didn’t happened.

” Worrying does…

“Worrying doesn’t take away tomorrow’s troubles,

it takes away today’s peace.”

– Unknown

Be a reflection of what you'd like to see in others.

Be a reflection of what you’d like to see in others.

If you want love, give love.

If you want honesty, give honesty.

If you want respect, give respect.

You get in return, what you give.