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Devotion: Using the Heart to Talk With the God Force

Did you enjoy your journey through our discussions on the different ways to use your body to be in the God Force? I'm curious to hear how you took your path deeper. Or maybe you're one of my readers who's creating a brand new path for yourself. Let me know! Remember, there are three principles that…


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Power of Kindred Spirits (Part Two)

I want to inspire you to take a look at why you hang out with who you hang out with. Whether you're a hermit by nature--or a social butterfly--what you may uncover here could reveal another way of looking at people. You'll see how you can truly tap into the expansive power of your kindred spirits.…


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The Power of Kindred Spirits (Part One)

Nothing great is ever accomplished alone, especially spiritual satisfaction. While the work to uncover the Divine Within is primarily done by oneself, we profoundly need others to traverse that path. When I reflect on who I am today and the high quality of my relationship with my Divine Self, I am…


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Nature as Spiritual Nourishment

Connecting with nature outdoors is important for our spiritual growth. It not only brings more health to our body through helping us release stress, it also holds so many inspiring metaphors for contemplating the mysteries of life itself. By tapping into this, we can connect with the Divine……


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Karma Yoga

I've recently been writing about using our body to be in the God Force. I've wanted to inspire you with ways to go deep inside so you can connect with your Divine Within. Now I want to inspire you with ways to go outward to connect with that same Divine. Karma yoga's one way. It's a little bit of a…


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Pranayama Yoga: Part Two

If you're doing both asana and pranayama practices, which one do you do first? Since pranayama calms the mind (and thus the body), it's best to do it before you do your asana practice. Influenced by the pranayama, your body will be less likely to move, making your asana practice much more…