Embrace your weird, amazing, wonderful self

Embrace your weird, amazing, wonderful self

Hello love,  My partner and I just came home from a morning drive. We have this ritual of going for a walk with our coffees every morning, but this morning it was pouring down so we decided to go for a drive instead, and just talk. While I absolutely love being here...
Are you tasting your morning coffee?

Are you tasting your morning coffee?

Lately, I’ve been reflecting a lot on slow living and a more high-quality, rich life. Not rich in terms of having a fat bank account, but more the richness of life that comes with living a slower paced life. I often feel that the modern world is very fast paced,...
Isvara-pranidhana – devotion to a higher power

Isvara-pranidhana – devotion to a higher power

We have come to the last niyama, which is Isvara-pranidhana. If you missed the posts about the first four niyamas, you can read about Sauca here, Santosa here, Tapas here and Svadhyaya here. Isvara-pranidhana can be translated to something along the lines of devotion...
Svadhyaya – self-study

Svadhyaya – self-study

We have come to the fourth niyama, which is Svadhyaya. If you missed the posts about the first three niyamas, you can read about Sauca here, Santosa here and Tapas here. Svadhyaya is most often translated to self-study or spiritual self inquiry. Svad could be...
Tapas – Austerity or discipline

Tapas – Austerity or discipline

We have now come to the third niyama, which is Tapas. If you missed the first two posts about the first two niyamas, you can read about Sauca here and Santosa here. Tapas is translated as discipline, effort, zeal, austerity or heat. For me Tapas is about lighting a...