I'm not big on setting New Year's resolutions...I feel like they can set us up to feel worse about ourselves or they become ideas but rarely inspire lasting transformation. I am really into consistent reprogramming of the neural-pathways through repetition and constant refocussing of my attention and energy. Directing the flow of prana through [...]
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Short Savasana Relaxation Practice - Audio A short relaxation practice can be the reset button that you need in your day to recharge your energy and release accumulated stress. Lie down in savasana (corpse pose), close your eyes and let yourself be guided through this short rejuvenating practice.
Nothing Is A Mistake: We're Exactly Where We're Meant to Be Sometimes I wonder why things are happening. On this particular day I understood why the universe orchestrated a particular conversation with a stranger. This wasn't your typical small talk. I needed to be speaking to this young man. Watch the video and you'll [...]
Men. Stop Body Shaming Us. They were slight, often “joking” derogatory comments…I’d respond with silence, or defence, or sometimes laughter to cloak my humiliation. “You’re too skinny.” “Your boobs are so little.” “I’ve never met any other women with pubic hair.” “You need to work out.” Your version may be different from mine but I’m [...]
I've pulled out Chapter 21 from my book, Living After Loss: A Soulful Guide to Freedom being released on Amazon on May 30th, 2018. Join me for the virtual launch as get some great launch day bonuses: http://madhurimethod.com/living-after-loss-book/ Chapter 21 - We Are a Microcosm of the Macrocosm We are a microcosm of the [...]
Ok, here it is. You’re the first to hear it… It’s the intro to my latest book that is being launched on May 30th, 2018. This book is called “Living After Loss: A Soulful Guide to Freedom.” Living After Loss guides you through the grief process from the dark nights, to the slow awakening of acceptance; [...]
I was picked up on the other side. As soon as I got in the car I began to yawn. Stepping onto the tiny, sleepy Gulf Island was such a contrast to living in the city that I began to relax, soften, and slow down; so much so that I took a nap as soon [...]