Yoga Girl Daily
Yoga Girl Daily
Nov 24, 2020
Check In With Yourself Now
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What does your body need right now? Since there are many layers of our physical self, this question can be complex! Tune in today as Rachel shares a practice that will drop you back into your body and allow you to assess what it is you need most.

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CLAIMED — Feminine/Masculine Polarity. Femininity. Embodiment.
CLAIMED — Feminine/Masculine Polarity. Femininity. Embodiment.
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#183: Waking Up The Witches: The Red Thread, Birth & Women's Mysteries with Jane Hardwicke Collings
Jane Hardwicke Collings is a former home birth midwife, teacher, writer and menstrual educator. She gives workshops Internationally on mother and daughter preparation for menstruation, the spiritual practice of menstruation, and the sacred and shamanic dimensions of pregnancy and birth and menopause. Jane founded and runs The School of Shamanic Womancraft (formerly The School of Shamanic Midwifery), which prepares women to practice and teach the Women’s Mysteries and midwife the soul. Jane is the author of Ten Moons, the Inner Journey of Pregnancy, Thirteen Moons, How to chart your menstrual cycle, Spinning Wheels (a guide to the cycles), and Becoming a Woman (for girls approaching menstruation). "Knowing that you can trust your instincts and that you need to trust your instincts, that's when you have the next level experience...You are the expert of yourself" Join us for a powerful discussion about connections between cycle, energy and our ability to create and learn the most valuable lesson of all: "Look after the things you create." Here are the details of this episode: * Jane’s shamanic abilities in the core of her superpower * What are the seasons of life * Jane’s recipe on how to go deep within (there is some serious brainwave talk there!) * How can you avoid 'outsourcing' children while having a career * Jane walks Anna through her birth story and what she can learn from it * Menopause and beyond. What’s different for women besides not having their period? * What does it mean to be a creatix? * And a lot more... Links * Jane's Website * Herstory - Audiobook with Free E-book * Labour Hacks PDF & Guided Drum Journey + Drumming for Labour AUDIO P.S. Sign up for the free, exclusive training from me on How to Start Attracting Committed Masculine Men By Releasing Control & Letting Him Lead to find out: * The #1 reason successful women are still single and can’t attract a committed masculine man (hint: it’s not what you think) * How to break through the patterns of attracting unavailable or feminine men and find your blind spot so you start attracting the men you want * How to master the art of feminine/masculine polarity so you start feeling taken care of, claimed and finally be able to let go of control * How to get out of the “get the guy” mindset and instead move into your full feminine self and have the guy get you * Uncover The Lie of Female Success that’s keeping you stuck, exhausted and unfulfilled (in masculine energy all the time) so you can start living in freedom & joy * And much more… Sign up at girlskill.com/webinar
1 hr 55 min
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
Ashley Stahl
[MINDSET] Ep. 154 How To Be A Money Magnet w/David Neagle
Do you believe making money can be easy? This week Ash talks with David Neagle, mindset coach, transformational speaker, and Podcast Host, all about how to rewrite the story you are telling yourself about money. Tune in to learn powerful mindset shifts in regards to how you see, feel, and think about money. David shares the single fundamental principle to learn if you want to master wealth creation. The truth is, at a young age, most of us are taught that money is hard to make, and we must learn how to survive, not necessarily thrive. These lessons from society make a huge impact on your money mindset. With the tools David teaches, you can break free from this mindset and view money more lightly. David and Ash talk through the power of patience, how to truly learn from your mistakes, and tips to get clear on what you want to do in life. Whether you are an entrepreneur looking to expand or are looking for ways to grow success in your current career this episode is packed with value! In This Episode, You Will Learn: * Mindset shifts to create calm and positive energy with money. * Tips to get into alignment to generate success. * How to restart when you've experienced failure. * Questions to get clear on what you want to create or do with your future. Where You Can Find David Neagle: The Successful Mind Podcast https://davidneagle.com/ Promotion: Want to improve your mental clarity? Add a scoop of Pure powder to your morning coffee or tea! Visit organifi.com/youturn to get 20% off at check out!
45 min
Yoga Inspiration
Yoga Inspiration
Kino MacGregor
#46: How to Find an Anchor While Meditating (Part 2)
The two practices of sati, or mindfulness, and metta, love and kindness, are distinctly different, but you cannot practice one without the other. It’s important to understand their differences in order to make the most out of your yoga practice. To start with, you cannot practice metta without sati. Sati is the mindfulness and awareness of what is. There is no imagination or visualization - what is simply is, and we must stay grounded in this practice in order to achieve mindfulness. Achieving this mindfulness is easier said than done because sitting and meditating is very intimidating to most of us. We are carrying existential pain and suffering deep within us and meditation forces us to sit with this pain. There’s absolutely nothing comfortable about that. But as you practice sati, you are practicing ways to observe this pain without fueling it. This objective way of looking at our thoughts and emotions makes it possible to practice metta. Metta is the power of creation through conscious thinking. When we practice metta, we are actively planting positive thoughts in our heart’s center of love, kindness, peace, and harmony, both toward ourselves and those around us. These positive thoughts can be things like “I am worthy” or “I deserve to be happy,” but they can also be as simple as the mere thought of love. Thinking of someone or something you love is part of the practice of metta. These thoughts tap into the vibration of love and give you the power to carry it within you and share it with others. As you listen today, think of your mind and heart as a garden. Sati will clear away the overgrowth of negative thoughts so you can plant the seeds of metta in an open mind and an open heart. I hope you recognize how important sati and metta are to not only our yoga practice but also to our own peace of mind. You cannot practice metta without sati because you cannot plant seeds of love before recognizing the pain and suffering that exists within your heart. Share some of what’s in your heart with me and my listeners. Send an email at info@kinoyoga.com and tell me - what does yoga mean to you? You could be invited to guest spot on The Yoga Inspiration Podcast with Kino MacGregor. Stay connected: @kinoyoga and @omstarsofficial View my teaching schedule, blogs, etc on Kinoyoga.com Get your free 30 day membership on Omstars.com& use code: PODCAST
29 min
EXPANDED Podcast with Lacy Phillips
EXPANDED Podcast with Lacy Phillips
Lacy Phillips, Jill Wintersteen, Spirit Daughter
Ep. 129 - Alexis Smart Flower Remedies on Unblocking & Cultivating Worthiness
This is an extra exciting episode today as we are announcing a new product collaboration: the Unblocked Flower Remedy by TBM x Alexis Smart Flower Remedies! Today Alexis Smart, a classical homeopath and Bach Flower Remedy practitioner, joins Lacy on the podcast to discuss the new Unblocked Remedy! In the episode, they dive into the backstory behind the collaboration and the success they have found with flower remedies. They also cover homeopathy, neuroscience, personality types, pregnancy and how to heal old wounds. We created this remedy specifically for our TBM community to help cultivate worthiness, clarity, optimism, and more. Enjoy! Find the Complete Show Notes Here -> https://tobemagnetic.com/expanded-podcast In This Episode We Talk About: * TBM and Alexis Smart’s new partnership! * A deep dive into the TBM and Alexis’ new flower remedy: Unblocked * The best advice for healing in 2021 * Alexis’ journey to becoming a flower remedy and homeopathy expert * The neuroscience behind how flower remedies affect behavior * How to repair trauma and grief and the importance of reparenting * Homeopathy to treat effects of pregnancy: nausea and postpartum depression * Energetics of home births and C-sections * Specific flower remedies and what they are used for * How Alexis designs and produces her remedies * Flower remedies for pets and children!Get the Unblocked Remedy Here! Resources: * The Pathway 2.0 - (12-month commitment) - Looking To Start Your Membership? Use code EXPANDED for $20 off your first month of the Pathway 2.0 or $20 off any 2.0 ala carte * A la Carte Workshops 2.0 * The Forest Retreat * Book Your Stay * Instagram: @theforestretreathouse * Newsletter * Text Us: +1-213-423-5226 - (texting is only for US, Canada, & Puerto Rico) * Ask a Manifestation Questions & Get a Voice Note from the Coaches for $25! * Book a Session with the TBM Coaches In The Episode: * Alexis Smart UNBLOCKED Remedy * Expanded x Ep. 24 - Alexis Smart, Flower Remedies * TBM Inner Child Calendar * Old Blog post for remedies to pair with workshops * First Aid Kit Remedy * Unburden Remedy * My Personal Assistant Remedy * Whole Hearted Remedy * Remedies for Kids * Dr. Luc De Schepper * Helios Homeopathy * Alexis Smart Newsletter for winter / flu remedies * Find All Workshops inside The Pathway 2.0 - (12-month commitment) - Looking To Start Your Membership? Use code EXPANDED for $20 off your first month of the Pathway 2.0 or $20 off any 2.0 ala carte * * Updated How To Manifest * Updated Unblocked Inner Child * Updated Unblocked Shadow * NEW The Daily Practice * NEW Unblocked Boundaries * Free Clarity Exercise * The Motivation * Join the New Community Group * Supported Where To Find Alexis! * @AlexisSmartFlowerRemedies * AlexisSmart.com Submit * Submit to Be a Process Guest * Leave a Review 5-star review for a chance to win a 1-year membership to The Pathway 2.0. Then tune into future episodes to hear your review announced! If you win send us a message on Intercom hi@tobemagnetic.com to claim it.
1 hr 38 min
Yoga Podcast
Yoga Podcast
Breezy Bree
The Future of Yoga
Namaste! 🙏🏽 In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech, we discuss LOVE and the future of Yoga! Read the speech given by Dr Martin Luther King Jr here: https://www.gilderlehrman.org/sites/default/files/inline-pdfs/king.dreamspeech.excerpts.pdf Check out this past episode: New Year, New Yogi: 5 Min Self-Assessment!  https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/podcast/episode/43c116b2/new-year-new-yogi-5-min-self-assessment Coming soon...YOGA 101 Workshops just for Yoga Podcast listeners! If you are new to yoga or need a refresher you will LOVE these new classes coming your way!  Stay tuned in! Thanks for listening!!! Be the ☀️ All the (FREE) Intro Series Episodes in one place! Check out the link below! 💎 https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/post/yoga-10-the-intro-series-on-yoga-podcast ⭐️Listen to the Audio Class or Watch the free Video Class on YouTube!⭐️ —-> https://youtu.be/CL6v-lAOIL8 🧘‍♀️🎧Pick a Class & Press Play! NEW FEATURE *See Below* https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/audio-yoga-classes You might 🧡 these similar episodes! What does Namaste mean? https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/podcast/episode/33421138/yoga-qanda-what-does-namaste-mean Don’t forget to subscribe to the newsletters! I want to remind students that yoga meets you on the mat! Listen & continue on your journey to master a personal yoga practice! Email me or find me on IG: @yogapodcast @lovebreezybree Sponsored by Lululemon #thesweatlife #ad Visit www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/lululemon-influencer Breezy Bree, Lululemon Influencer www.lululemon.com Breezy Bree, Yoga Teacher E-RYT® 200, RYT® 500, YACEP® + 500 HR IAYT Yoga Therapeutics & Trauma-Informed Yoga 100 HR Rocket Yoga NAMASTE! Check out my FREE yoga sequences on my website! Looking for something a bit more tailored to your needs? I offer customized yoga sequences. Contact me today for more info! bree@lovebreezybreeyoga.com www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com ---> Did you know you can listen on Spotify & Stitcher & now iTunes? Download the Apps today & never miss an episode. Don’t forget to check out my new Yoga Pose Breakdown series and FREE Yoga Classes recorded during live studio practices for your personal practice, just listen & practice! Please rate this podcast with ALL the stars and move this podcast up the rankings so others will find it! I greatly appreciate it! Consult medical advisement before beginning any exercise regimen including yoga. Love, Breezy Bree Yoga LLC Credit: n/a --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yogapodcast/message
21 min
The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
Shannon Ables
299: How to Live a Life with Less Stress & Why It's Vital for Good Health
"The lack of meaning in our lives stresses us out, but too much stress makes it harder to find meaning." —Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, author of The Stress Solution Yesterday, for the entire day, aside from letting my pups outside from time to time and feeding them, I wallpapered. I turned on old British cosy mysteries (Poirot with David Suchet), and went to town (hopefully) transforming my primary bedroom from a gray space to a French/English Countryside cottage space. After such focused projects, I sleep deeply. Stress? Nonexistent. Dr. Rangan Chatterjee explains in The Stress Solution how when you've found something you love "time, and even you sense of self, will seem to vanish when you're busy with it." Yep, this is the 'flow state' we've heard so much about. Your emotional brain finds it difficult to grab your attention as your rational brain is being fully encouraged to grow he further teaches. All of this is to say, any negative thoughts, cannot grab hold because you are intently engrossed in something your full attention needs to be engaged with. Dr. Chatterjee shares more specifically as psycholoist Mihaly Csikszemtimihalyi (who coined the phrase - flow state) found, flow is only fully reached when we are challenged. Which makes it all the more important to find something to give your attention to regularly you not only love doing but also steadily gives you the opportunity to grow. All of this is to say, we can alleviate and solve the problem of unnecessary stress in our lives. And when we do so, not only will our overall health improve - in the short and long term, but we will deepen the daily contentment we experience and improve our everyday lives. Part of struggle in America with eradicating stress is whether the culture will admit it or not, it (and I am choosing a non-human pronoun intentionally as we unhelpfully give the culture control over our lives as though we cannot change it - as though it is concrete) thrives when we are stressed. Economically, when people need something, or feel they need something (remember 'false needs' from episode #298), they feel inadequate or lacking, so they do or buy or change which requires 'something else' which keeps us out of the present moment. Back to the pronoun of it to describe the culture which we think we don't have control over. We do. Morrie Schwartz, the man of insightful wisdom about living and dying well introduced to readers through Mitch Albom's book Tuesdays with Morrie, expressed and beautifully exemplified the need to cultivate your own culture if the one presented by the world does not work for you. "Morrie, true to these words, had developed his own culture—long before he got sick. Discussion groups, walks with friends, dancing to his music in the Harvard Square church. He started a project called Greenhouse, where poor people could receive mental health services. He read books to find new ideas for his classes, visited with his colleagues, kept up with old students, wrote letters to distant friends. he took more time eating and looking at nature and wasted no time in front of TV sitcoms . . . he had created a cocoon of human activities—conversations, interations, affection—and it filled his life like an overflowing soup bowl." —Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie Alleviating our lives of stress will take courage - in grand, but many seemingly small ways, practiced every day until they become a healthy habit of being present. So how can we resolve the stress problem? Dr. Chatterjee has created an acronym L.I.V.E. * L —Do Something You Love, find your flow state and engage in it regularly (often) * I — Do Something With Intent, be present fully in each day and revel in the pleasures of the little details of life which are everywhere if only we'd look. Being present enables our sight to improve and thus elevate the quality of our everyday experience. (I share an example of one such everyday moment in the conclusion of this post.) * V — Develop a Long-Term Vision, Chatterjee sites Viktor Frankl, an Austrian psychiatrist whose approach to psychiatry, the world of psychiatry calls the third school following Freud and Adler. Frankl’s theory is that “the primary motivation of an individual is the search for meaning in life and that the primary purpose of psychotherapy should be to help the individual find that meaning.” Frankl, having survived Auschwitz, found the key difference was the ability to focus on what needed to be done to live because he had a sense of purpose, a long-term goal. Chatterjee sums up, "When we know the 'why' of our lives, we automatically reduce our stress load. Research indicates that we're able to endure short-term struggles with much more resilience if they're helping us achieve our long-term goals." * E —Do Something That Makes You Engage With Others, the engagement need not be a large social event, in fact, the engagement Dr. Chatterjee references is of giving to others - doing something that is helpful, useful, contributing positively in some way that is meaningful to someone else, someone who may really need what you can give. Of course, there are MANY other choices and habits needed in our daily lives to reduce our stress and Dr. Chatterjee details them all with helpful specifics to incorporate into your routine. Below is a general list: * First and most important: Find your purpose and meaning. How? "Find periods of calm space to stop and think and then pursue one or more new activities that you are passionate about . . . People with a strong sense of purpose enjoy significantly better health compared to those who don't including less likelihood of developing heart disease, strokes and depression. Research also shows that they sleep better and live longer . . . and live happier lives." * Discover your raison d'être (reason for being). Give yourself the time to come to understand your true purpose, not society's, not your parents', not your spouse's, not your boss's. (explore TSLL's 2nd book to unearth your unique journey and direction) * Get enough sleep each night (what is 'enough'? what you need to leave you refreshed and rested when you wake up) * Prioritize regular exercise - aerobic, strength and mental (yoga, meditation, etc.) * Eat a diverse, rich, whole, unprocessed diet of food - Eat the Alphabet he emphasizes on p. 144 in the book * Find time to be intimate with those you love and care about - put down your phone more often and have 3D connections - eyes, touch, voice. * Exercise your gratitude muscle every day - journal at the end of every day or anytime for 2-3 minutes, and ponder the 3-Ps - Person, Pleasure and Promise (someone who you are grateful for from your current day; something that brought you pleasure - a cup of tea, a beautiful memory made with someone; think about something that holds promise for a beautiful tomorrow/future) * Attentively select the soundtrack of your days - relaxing music, silence, turning down the 'noise' * Let yourself feel your feelings - have a good cry if that is what you need and then follow with deep breaths afterwards to move through whatever needs to be released. * Find healthy ways to release stress - becoming self-aware and strengthening your emotional intelligence will enable you to notice when you are stressed. Often, it is simply paying attention to how you are breathing. Have ready practices which help you to reduce or release what has built up (such as the item mentioned above - have a good cry). Having a good uncontrollable laugh for example or coming back to your breath and breathing deeply. * Create healthy rhythms in your daily life - sleep, eating, exercising, connecting, winding down * Limit your time on your smart phone and especially social media sites - Dr. Chatterjee explains how with constant exposure to social media sites, he calls it 'Facebook Brain', our emotional brains become overreactive. "Your brain starts to…
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