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Posted by admin on January 2, 2014 in Mindfulness
The first time I decided that I needed to go cold turkey from New Year's resolutions, it was because my New Year's resolutions were plain ‘ol boring. Like, "I’d rather poke myself in the eye with a sharp object than do that" kind of boring. You know the ones I’m talking about… the monotonous reiteration of the stuff I should be doing all year, so maybe if I throw a resolution at it then I’ll...
Posted by admin on December 31, 2013 in Mindfulness
~ By Erica Jago (as first seen on SeekRetreat) The only reason I get stuck in my own suffering is because I’m not telling the truth. I choose to get blinded by my emotions. I choose to take things personally. I choose to forget my promises and therefore I begin to decrease in size. This hiding and not telling the truth, and then being ashamed of that, holds a weird level of power. In the bright...
Posted by admin on December 25, 2013 in Mindfulness
Some people are minimalists, preferring to exist with a few important belongings instilled with utility and not personality. Some people would prefer their walls big and white, shelves bare and dusted. Me? My apartment holds a wondrous art collection, bursting with belongings filled with memory, meaning, and personal significance. My Brooklyn apartment has two floors full of vintage furniture,...
Posted by admin on December 19, 2013 in Yoga
Welcome to “Durga's Triumph with Sianna Sherman": part three of our four-part series exploring Gods and Goddesses with Mythic Yoga Flow’s Sianna Sherman. We are thrilled to have our dear friend and frequent Wanderlust collaborator, Sianna Sherman, contribute these four insightful vignettes into the qualities of the Gods and Goddesses that you’ve come to be familiar with in your yogic...
Posted by admin on December 19, 2013 in Yoga
I love the North Shore. I get to lead some amazing surf and SUP yoga retreats on the coast of Haleiwa and am consistently amazed at the power of the ocean, the land and it’s traditions. One of my favorite practices in Hawaii is SUP yoga. I find myself wanting to be on my floating mat because I love that we can pick a spectacular spot, drop anchor and flow into practice. Oahu and its ocean have a...
Posted by admin on December 18, 2013 in Nourish
Today on WLHQ, we are taking our insights into the kitchen, where our Director of Partnerships and resident comedienne, Lydia, has our health covered in this homemade remedy for what ails you. Make a big ol’ pot of this soup, put the extra in your fridge, and just eat it all the time. It’s delicious and will keep you safe from harm (and also dangerous kissing, because so much garlic). PLAGUE...