Monday, May 5, 2014


Think of attentiveness as the capacity to be one-pointed, listening at ever-deepening levels of awareness.

                                                    -Sue Monk Kidd

I feel when we commit to yoga and meditation this helps to become more attentive to our awareness levels. I become more awake to the world and my heart opens to what is. Grounding poses are a great way to focus on the breath, so I challenge you to focus on your breath when you seem to slip into your own world.

Stay open, stay present and be aware.
We mustn't go through life
 wrapped up in our own lives.

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