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(audio version below) I never knew what protection meant until I became a mama. I’d lived a pretty untethered life until I got pregnant at 37. Some might even call it selfish. I traveled where I wanted, when I wanted. I never questioned taking a 90-minute yoga class or blowing all my money on a […]

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The Journal

January Awake in The Nest: Protection

January Awake in The Nest: Protection

January's Awake in The Nest recording is live! (Available to all Nest members at the Silver level and higher.) Our theme this month is protection. Which means it's time to say YES to our NO. Mark your calendars for next month -- Wednesday, February 16 at 11:00 a.m....

The Protection of a Daily Routine

The Protection of a Daily Routine

(audio version below) I probably don’t need to tell you what a dinacharya is. After all, there are a million Ayurvedic practitioners who have devoted blogs to this. I’ve ghostwritten some of them myself. So I’m going to tell you what Ayurveda's teachings around daily...

“On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure.”

The Bhagavad Gita 2:40