The principle of joy

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

Addicted to control

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

Heal your heart first

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

Setting sail

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

The nasty email

The nasty email I believe we’ve all been on the receiving end of a nasty email before. This is how my last week started, with an abrasive email on Monday

A clear signal – about speaking our truth

A clear signal – about speaking our truth Looking for the radio signal On our road trip down to the Ligurian cost, I was reminded of an almost forgtten experience:

Teaching yoga and selling honesty

Teaching yoga and selling honesty Six months ago, I began writing a book about yoga, addiction and recovery. Since then I have been interviewing people in the international yoga world

The typical yoga teacher

The other day I was sitting on a park bench with a friend and fellow yoga teacher. She was thinking out loud and debating whether she should cut back on

Yoga and business – is it a paradox?

If you had told me a few years ago that I would be involved in running a yoga studio, I would have laughed. I never wanted that kind of responsibility.