These words by the Indian mystic and guru Osho are wonderful ones to meditate on, especially during this festive season spent with family and friends. It speaks of the idea that to live a full life is to love deeply. To love others is the greatest gift we have been given and that we can bestow onto those around us. Osho believed that loving and living are one and as we move into a new week I hope to remember and live these words. What is one thing you can do this week that shows love as a miracle?
Today I want to continue our series on mantras, which are phrases or even single sounds typically used during meditation. These phrases can be said out loud or silently to oneself. One mantra that I mentioned briefly last week was Om Mani Padme Hum. I love this mantra because when repeated and meditated on, it is meant to bring you towards enlightenment and understanding of the true nature of suffering.
Try as we might, the holiday season is always a hectic one. Balancing work, family, and friends is especially busy during this time of joy, relaxation, and wonder. I have talked about my meditation practice before on the blog, and in the next few blog posts, I want to revisit this idea and expound upon mantras a bit. Mantras can be a tool used to help bring calm, focus, and positivity to daily life, which can definitely help during these next few weeks of craziness!
♥ Hello and Namaste ♥ We have all echoed this greeting in our yoga practice. But what does the word Namaste really mean?
Happy November! Can you believe we just have two more months in 2015?! I hope you all had a fun Halloween weekend! Now, to kick off our week, I would like to talk a bit about someone I am sure you have seen quoted here on the blog and on our Facebook page. It is no secret that I adore the writings of Rumi. But do you know who this guy was?