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I haven't posted here for a bit. Lots is happening. I'm working seriously on my freelance writing career and getting up to speed with my marketing efforts, my website, and portfolio. Writing lots of queries and letters of introduction and studying a great deal of info on content marketing and copywriting.
I've done writing for a variety of industries and settings and even have a book, Quotable Jazz, published. But I'm working at finding some steady clients and moving up to doing this full time in the near future. I can write on a lot of topics, but for starters I'm focusing on three niches: pet/veterinary industry, music, and health/fitness, including yoga. So if any teachers or studios are looking for help getting some content written or help with their marketing game, I'm your guy.
Here's a recent yoga picture of me working on #shoulderstand or #salambasarvangasana.

Work selfie,getting ready for dentals and surgeries. I've worked as a veterinary technician for about 13 years. I worked for 6 years at a feline shelter, 3 years at a high volume spay/neuter clinic, and the last 4 at a private practice. I feel like Anthony Bourdain wrote in his first book--that he'd work as a line cook until he dropped, and they'd just kick him out of the way and go on. In this time I've called 16 cats my own. Many are no longer with us, having been all ages and varying degrees of health, but I loved each one deeply and have grieved long and hard when I've lost one.
Lately I've been putting a lot of effort into my freelance writing career and I plan to transition to that type of work when I can. But I would never trade my time as a vet tech for anything. It's made me happy, sad, angry, joyful, thoughtful, mindful, peaceful, and whatever other emotions you can come up with. Sometimes I feel like I love animals more than people, but I've learned that you can't help one without understanding the other.
#vettech, #vettechlife, #veterinarytechnician, #vettechsofinstagram, #vettechs, #lovecats, #animalsarefriends, #animalsarebetterthanpeople, #eatatangerine #choosetao, #chooselove, #myyogalife, #lovemylife

We wait for the magical moment - - sometime in the future - - when everything will be as we want it to be. -Thich Nhat Hahn - -
But that time isn't coming, because as soon as we perceive it to be here, it is gone. Our minds flit off to some other future set of conditions that must be met. So we miss what is right in front of us now.
#yogainspiration, #yogahigh, #yoga #yogaeverydamnday, #yogalove, #asana, #blissbandits, #enlightenment, #tao_te_ching, #choosetao, #buddhistphilosophy, #buddhism, #thichnhathahn, #myyogapractice

My coworker gave me fresh basil and mint from her garden. I made watermelon salad with mint, feta cheese, and a splash of olive oil and balsamic. Delicious taste of summer.... Great for breakfast on hot days!
#summerfood, #salads, #saladsfordays, #watermelon, #vegetarian, #freshherbs, #freshherbsfromthegarden, #inspiration, #yogafood, #myyogalife, #choosetao, #eatatangerine, #yogahippie

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 18 is Change your attitude, but remain natural, slogan #24.

I feel that this slogan has a lot to say about what seems large and important vs. what happens when small changes are made and lessons applied in a consistent way. Acharya Judy Lief, in her analysis of this slogan, says: "There is absolutely no room for exhibitionism or spiritual posturing. Slogan practice is not focused on grand gestures." This change in attitude you seek to embody is not something easy or instant. You may have a flash of insight, and it rearranges your world for a moment. You are embarrassed that your life seems to return to its previous level soon after such breakthroughs occur. But real change--change in attitude, the habitual reactions we have to certain thoughts or people, does not happen overnight.

I'm just a son of a son, son of a son 
Son of a son of a sailor 
The sea's in my veins, my tradition remains 
I'm just glad I don't live in a trailer #jimmybuffet
My father passed away fifteen years ago. He lived an adventurous life, serving in the British Royal Navy during WWII and later in the Merchant Marines. He loved the sea, and although I fear the water to shine extent I'm also fascinated by the secrets it holds.
This photo was taken on a vacation in Michigan. Happy Father's Day, Dad. Love you. I'm trying to fight the good fight here.
#yogahippie, #yogadudes, #fathersday, #dad, #inspiration, #remembering #beherenow, #meditation, #eatatangerine, #choosetao, #sailor, #seafaring, #sonofasonofasailor, #familyphotography #ships, #greatlakes

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 20 is All dharma agrees at one point, slogan #19 When we practice, we become drawn to certain styles of practice, certain modes of practice, certain clothing for practice, certain surroundings we prefer, certain teachers, certain cushions or yoga mats, certain incense. We are loyal to brands such as Vinyasa, Bikram, Zen, a certain method, certain guru, certain denomination. That's what speaks to us, and that's OK. That gets us in the door, so to speak.

But to get so wrapped up in these trappings of our spiritual life is not helpful to us if we are not moving in a more loving, less ego-driven direction. If we cannot be kinder. Being less self-absorbed and less ego-clinging: that's what it all boils down to. Some people are maybe disappointed by that, but to anyone who takes it seriously, it is not easy nor is it fast. Try to keep this front and center, and avoid being distracted by illusion, by popularity, branding, or your own shifting moods.

See how this lojong stuff is so deceptively simple on the surface, but it takes a lifetime of practice to achieve?

So, on this day, I have decided to go with a more positive approach to the events that have occurred. It doesn't change my opinions, and I will continue to voice them when I believe it's important. I am still angry at the things I expect the next administration to do, but I cannot allow that to consume me. There is too much else to life. In the meantime I will stand up for what I believe in with patience and forbearance. That's the lesson I'm taking from Barack Obama and Joe Biden,from John Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Lyndon Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and from Alexander Hamilton and Bernie Sanders.

#yogahippie, #inspiration, #chooselove, #changetheworld, #choosetao, #lovewins, #lovetrumpshate, #peace, #notmypresident, # activist, #womenonwashington, #beherenow, #lovingkindness, #mindfulness

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 10 is slogan 26: Don't ponder others.

A fairly simple slogan that can also be stated as: Don't compare yourself to others. When we compare ourselves to others, we do one of two things. Either we focus on their flaws until they are completely out of all proportion, which makes us feel better about our own flaws, or we believe that they really "have it together" while we do not, which makes us feel unworthy. Either way we are giving power to others that they don't possess and did not ask for, and we are assuming things about them and about ourselves.

When we focus on the flaws we see in others, we usually talk about it to others, which becomes spreading gossip. We can spend all day discussing and speculating on the motives of others and their actions or things they say. This is a colossal waste of our time and energy as well as doing a disservice to the person we are talking about, because we don't actually know what is going on with them. We're merely telling stories to ourselves and to others. In yogic terms this violates the yama of Satya, or truthfulness, because even if the things we say are true, we are not using our speech to elevate those who listen to us. Instead we are using it to hurt another or tear them down. Not cool.

When we ponder others and feel that they have their lives in order in a way that we do not, we do a disservice to them as well as to ourselves. Social media especially makes it easy to do this, because, face it, social media is all about pondering others. There is teaching and a lot of support that takes place on social media, especially in a community like the IG yoga community. But we still can sometimes find ourselves thinking "wow, I wish I could make vegetarian meals like that, but I don't have the time" or "I wish my (insert yoga pose here) looked like hers" or "I wish I could draw like him." If we are honest, we realize that we have our own gifts to share, and that we don't need to do X, Y, or Z activity like another in order to enjoy it and learn from it, which makes it a valid experience regardless of how "good" we are at it.

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I haven't posted here for a bit. Lots is happening. I'm working seriously on my freelance writing career and getting up to speed with my marketing efforts, my website, and portfolio. Writing lots of queries and letters of introduction and studying a great deal of info on content marketing and copywriting.
I've done writing for a variety of industries and settings and even have a book, Quotable Jazz, published. But I'm working at finding some steady clients and moving up to doing this full time in the near future. I can write on a lot of topics, but for starters I'm focusing on three niches: pet/veterinary industry, music, and health/fitness, including yoga. So if any teachers or studios are looking for help getting some content written or help with their marketing game, I'm your guy.
Here's a recent yoga picture of me working on #shoulderstand or #salambasarvangasana.

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 37 is Self-liberate even the antidote, slogan #4

There is no antidote. Reality is groundless and ungraspable, but that doesn't mean you can fall back on the notion of emptiness as an excuse for doing nothing. The realization of emptiness doesn't exempt you from living this life you are in completely. Your actions have consequences.
Judy Lief: "You may have all sorts of realizations, but as soon as you make a realization yours, it is no longer a realization, but another obstacle to overcome." #lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness

A little #legsupthewall hotel style. Long day ahead, started with a good breakfast, meditation, some yoga, shower, and this before heading into the fray. Happy Saturday, everyone!
#yoga, #yogadudes, #yogahigh, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #asana, #iloveyoga, #slowyoga, #inspiration, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #practicenotperfection, #omnamahshiva, #openyourheart, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #lovemyyoga, #yogaeverydamnday, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #feeltheyogahigh, #beherenow

More and more people are starting to ask themselves whether they really need so much stuff in their lives. Do they really need the latest electronic gadget or the trendiest sneakers or the hippest kitchen implements? Do they need to spend more this year than last on Christmas presents?

For some the answer is a resounding ‘no.’ Some are beginning to realize that they get more happiness from spending additional time with friends and family, from allowing there to be quiet times when they are alone with their thoughts, from reading a book or knitting a sweater or playing cards.

In many ways, hard times force people to slow down and consider what is really important to them. Without realizing it, people become more mindful of their priorities, their use of resources, and those around them.

#yoga, #yogadudes, #yogahigh, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #asana, #iloveyoga, #slowyoga, #inspiration, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #practicenotperfection, #omnamahshiva, #openyourheart, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #lovemyyoga, #yogaeverydamnday, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #feeltheyogahigh, #beherenow

American Independence Day, July 4th, is a day when we celebrate the birth of the American experiment. We celebrate the freedom of expression and the ability to live as we would like to live.
Like any experiment, there are periods of great change and periods of resetting. There are myriad reasons why it is imperfect, why it shouldn’t work, why it often doesn’t work. But the experiment continues.

On this day, let us express the wish for all sentient beings to live peacefully, in good health, and without restraint. Let us stand with all the creatures of the planet, from the tiniest to the largest, grandest beings. Let us realize that our wish to live this way is universal and that the differences between people are all on the outside.
#yoga, #yogadudes, #yogahigh, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #asana, #iloveyoga, #slowyoga, #inspiration, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #practicenotperfection, #omnamahshiva, #openyourheart, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #lovemyyoga, #yogaeverydamnday, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #feeltheyogahigh, #beherenow, #buddhistphilosophy, #buddhism, #metta

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 36 is Don't vascillate, slogan #53

This simple slogan is about our commitment to mind training, but on a macro level it's about commitment to practices and choices that we make during our lifetime.
Of course things change, circumstances change, we change. So of  course we may decide to spend less time in one thing, we may become deeply interested in something else. We are still following the path, folding everything we encounter into our practice, and that includes change.
But our deepest practice, of learning about ourselves and learning to be of service to others we encounter along the way, that should remain constant. We shouldn't be practicing mind training this week, and yoga next month, and something else soon thereafter. That is vascillating.
Keep your enthusiasm for your practice and practice even when there are obstacles or you just don't want to.
#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 35 is Abandon poisonous food, slogan #29.
Chogyam Trungpa relates that our practice, if seen as a way of improving ourselves or seeing ourselves as better than others because we are more egoless, we are more spiritual, is nothing more than poison. Instead of nourishing us, it can literally cause our death: "It means that whatever we do with our practice, if that practice is connected with our personal achievement, which is called “spiritual materialism,” or the individual glory that we are in the right and others are wrong, and we would like to conquer their wrongness or evil because we are on the side of God and so forth—that kind of bullshit or cow dung is regarded as eating poisonous food." --Training the Mind by Chogyam Trungpa - -
#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness

I was tagged to #stopdropandyoga by @brookebonacci. I adore her IG feed, because she always has a fresh perspective on things and is wise beyond her years. I feel like she is an old soul, and I'm glad to have met her here.
Here's a three-legged #downwarddog and a wish for everyone to have a blessed day and night as we come to the Summer Solstice. The darkness has gone, and the plans we made in winter are now growing and blooming.
I'll invite @melindamartinsyoga and @stephanieelizabethyoga to #sdy if you like and totally at your convenience. Peace to all.
#yoga, #yogadudes, #yogahigh, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #asana, #iloveyoga, #slowyoga, #inspiration, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #practicenotperfection, #omnamahshiva, #openyourheart, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #lovemyyoga, #yogaeverydamnday, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #feeltheyogahigh, #beherenow

I'm just a son of a son, son of a son 
Son of a son of a sailor 
The sea's in my veins, my tradition remains 
I'm just glad I don't live in a trailer #jimmybuffet
My father passed away fifteen years ago. He lived an adventurous life, serving in the British Royal Navy during WWII and later in the Merchant Marines. He loved the sea, and although I fear the water to shine extent I'm also fascinated by the secrets it holds.
This photo was taken on a vacation in Michigan. Happy Father's Day, Dad. Love you. I'm trying to fight the good fight here.
#yogahippie, #yogadudes, #fathersday, #dad, #inspiration, #remembering #beherenow, #meditation, #eatatangerine, #choosetao, #sailor, #seafaring, #sonofasonofasailor, #familyphotography #ships, #greatlakes

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 34 is In post-meditation, be a child of illusion, slogan #6

We recognize that this world is illusory; we catch glimpses of that during meditation and throughout our ‘regular’ activities. So we try to learn not to take the things that happen so seriously. What happens is a chance to learn about ourselves and to maintain connection with the underlying, unchanging, higher Self.

However, just because we live in a world of Maya, of illusion, does not mean that it’s a free-for-all. What happens here has real consequences: people are hurt, there is pain and suffering, and also real bliss and joy. Our actions here and now influence where we find ourselves in the future, and they can also influence others.

We try to take an attitude of practice forward with us in our daily lives, so that everything we do becomes practice. But this slogan reminds us that we should not become overly earnest or precious in this. Being a ‘child of illusion’ means being able to play with and within Maya, to maintain lightness and grace as we navigate the impossibility of this illusory world, or bardo.

This fits with the understanding of the dreamlike nature of this existence as well as an inability to find the tru nature of awareness and consciousness that are suggested by some of the other lojong slogans. It’s all about negotiating a ‘reality’ that is slippery and every-changing with dignity and grace.

#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 33 is Abandon any hope of fruition, slogan #28.

This is a very important message for Buddhist and Hindu practitioners. It is a main point of the Bhagavad Gita: “To action alone hast thou a right and never at all to its fruits; let not the fruits of action be thy motive; neither let there be in thee any attachment to inaction.” [Source: “Bhagavadgita” by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan]

But one of the most important ideas surrounding this slogan is presented by Pema Chodron. She admits that even after meditating and teaching the dharma for many years she still catches herself hoping  for that time when enlightenment will be complete. The hopes we generally have for the future are all based on now just not really being what we want.
We need to realize that we are never going to have it together. Not in the way we hope. What there is is now. That's it.
#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness, #love

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 34 is This time, practice the main points, slogan #51.

Two parts to this slogan. Let's consider the second one, practice the main points. By this time we've been working with lojong slogans for a while. Has it made a difference? Has there been movement along a continuum that we identify as improved or more skillful behavior? In any case, we should be be able to summarize some of the main points of the practice. The main point is to put others before ourselves. We learn to act with bodhicitta, or lovingkindness, and this is the very root of practice, it is perhaps the most important thing we can practice, as Lama Thubten Yeshe states: "You can prove scientifically that bodhicitta is the best practice to do. Our self-cherishing thought is the root of all human problems. It makes our lives difficult and miserable. The solution to self-cherishing, its antidote, is the mind that is its complete opposite—bodhicitta. The self-cherishing mind is worried about only me, me—the self-existent I. Bodhicitta substitutes others for self." The first part--When to practice the main points?

This time. Right now. When this opportunity to practice the dharma occurs. You will put it off. You will whine that it's "not the right time." Really? Why do you seperate the time you practice from the time you do not? Why is there a time you are not practicing? The time to practice may arise at any moment. Be ready.
#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness, #bodichitta, #yogahippie, #yogainspiration, #yoga

If the game is lost then we're all the same
No one left to place or take the blame
We will leave this place an empty stone
Or that shinning ball of blue we can call our home

So the kids they dance, they shake their bones
And the politicians, throwing stones
Singing ashes to ashes all fall down
Ashes to ashes, all fall down

Shipping powders back and forth
Singing "black goes south and white comes north"
And the whole world full of petty wars
Singing "I got mine and you got yours"
And the current fashions set the pace
Lose your step, fall out of grace
And the radical he rant and rage
Singing "someone got to turn the page"
And the rich man in his summer home,
Singing "Just leave well enough alone"
But his pants are down, his cover's blown

And the politicians throwing stones
So the kids they dance they shake their bones
Cause its all too clear we're on our own
Sing ashes to ashes, all fall down
Ashes to ashes, all fall down

Picture a bright blue ball just spinning, spinning free
It's dizzying, the possibilities "Throwing Stones " Barlow/Weir

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 33 is The Mahayana instruction for ejection of consciousness at death is The Five Strengths: how you conduct yourself is important, slogan #18.

If you look back a few entries to week 28, we discussed slogan #17, Practice the Five Strengths, the condensed heart instructions. The five strengths discussed are determination, familiarization, virtue, reproach, and aspiration. These five strengths require effort to maintain and practice in any situation you encounter. They are life practices.

Looking at slogan #18, it turns out that they are also death practices. There is effort required in a good death, one that progresses you to the next state, whatever you believe that to be. If death is approached with fear, with avoidance, then it is likely you will not experience the benefits of your current lifetime.
How you conduct yourself at all times is important. We look at dying as an end, and therefore we may think that it no longer matters what we do or how we face that end. But it does matter. Even though you may not believe in an afterlife, or reincarnation, or any other form of life after death, your approach to the end of your life here on earth can influence and give strength and comfort to others, all of whom will experience death eventually.

Buddhism doesn't approach death as a fearful or morose subject because it doesn't believe in the reality of the separate  solid ego that we try to construct. Because such a separate ego doesn't really exist, it cannot die. In any event, if you practice the five strengths during your lifetime, this slogan assures you that you will be prepared to continue practicing them at the time of your death.

#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness

#LOJONGSUNDAY Week 32 is If you can practice even when distracted you are well trained, slogan #22.

This one is like the Captain Obvious of lojong slogans to me, because duh! If you can practice through the jumbled patterns of your monkey mind, if you can ignore the input of the senses, if you can withdraw from the senses, then yeah, I would say that you are well trained. The problem is, it's much easier said than done.

But the fact is, all of us who try do manage to practice even when we are distracted by what's going on around us and by our own thoughts. We practice in order to expand the time when we are not distracted. Yet at first it seems as though our practices in meditation and mindfulness make things worse, because we begin to notice our distractions, how frequent they are. It's a wonder we can get anything done with these crazy minds thinking all the time!

The good news is that as soon as we notice that we have lost our focus, we regain it. At first our balance, our ability to maintain our focus, is very weak, like someone first learning natarajasana. But as we practice more, our focus becomes stronger, and so does our lovingkindness, our ability to give and receive love.
#lojong, #tibetanbuddhism, #atisha, #mindtraining, #buddhistmindtraining, #buddhistphilosophy #buddhism, #meditation, #yoga, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #lojongfortheyogi, #inspiration, #enlightenment, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #omnamahshiva, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #beherenow, #lovingkindness, #love

Day 10  of #mindfulyogis 4.0 #corechallenge is #meditation. This video is the #viewfromsavasana and a little tribute to 'Apocalypse Now.' I usually don't meditate in savasana or lying down, but today it really seemed like the right way to go. I feel like this @mindfulyogis challenge wasn't what I expected and that turned out to be great. It paired more difficult physical work/movement with mindfulness, and that made it tougher, but it also presented an opportunity to examine our reactions to the fact that it was tougher.
I feel as though I've never been particularly connected to my physical core even though it pretty much supports every other part of the body. When we talk about feeling things 'in our gut' or about listening to our inner voice, a lot of that is communication that comes from our core. The stronger we make it physically, the more attuned we become to what is going on there and in other parts of our bodies as well.
I'm very thankful to @catvaladezyoga and @melindamartinsyoga for a really great journey that was equally physical and mental. Thanks also to sponsors @om_matters and @padmadesign. It's always a great experience to spend some time with the #mindfulyogistribe.
#yoga, #yogadudes, #yogahigh, #yogainspiration, #yogahippie, #asana, #iloveyoga, #slowyoga, #inspiration, #meditation, #choosetao, #practiceandalliscoming, #practicenotperfection, #omnamahshiva, #openyourheart, #omshantiom, #myyogalife, #myyogapractice, #lovemyyoga, #yogaeverydamnday, #eatatangerine, #mindfulness, #feeltheyogahigh, #beherenow, #igyoga, #igyogachallenges

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