The Tao of Living a Woman’s Life

Yoga is a Sanskrit word that translates to mean union. The Tao translated to mean The Way. Both philosophies, and the practice of them, lead to coexistence with self, life, and the Creative flow of the Universe and a development of personal unity consciousness. In unity consciousness, we live from a heart that has embraced pure love. While these philosophies sound as though they might foster the creation of a very passive, boring existence, they create the exact opposite. Those who practice the way of union and balance find themselves more alive and enthusiastic than ever before. Awareness creates enthusiasm, and…

Let’s Get Radical

Everyone likes to get radical once in a while. Our kind of radical simply means getting to the root of the issue, the problem, the stress, the trauma, your lack of progress – resolving the issue – and moving forward. This class titled The Radical in Radical Self-Care the first in a series of four stand-alone classes, is for you if you are on a personal growth journey, a spiritual quest, or if you have a difficult life issue that just won’t go away no matter what you do. You’ll learn about: Radical Self-Care – Approaching your life issues with…

Live a Peaceful Life

“It is up to me to live a mindful life: Accept the good with the bad; learn from the good and the bad.” ~ Nurturing Wellness through Radical Self-Care p. 82 Who does not want to feel serene, content, flexible, calm and whole? You might be an extrovert with a capital E, but you too want to feel the benefits of self-love and self-worth. It is necessary for you to feel that you are a whole, functioning, fun loving person. While you rejuvenate and unwind at a party or going skydiving, you want to feel comfortable with yourself when you…

Love, Trust, Forgive

Love is the beginning of everything; it is the root of all relationships and the foundation of happiness and deep spiritual joy. From love, or lack of love, all other things flow. With love we embrace all the virtues of the heart, including the ability to trust and forgive. Appendix A in Nurturing Wellness through Radical Self-Care has a long list of virtues which are all definitions of love; abundance, honor, excellence, insight, balance, focus, kindness, communication, friendship, gratitude, openness. The above virtues and many others can’t exist within you at the level your mind-body-spirit needs unless you gradually increase…