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Stuckness as practice

Stuckness as practice

I haven’t been quite feeling like myself lately, a feeling of being stuck and short bursts of energy and a lot of fatigue which is pretty unusual for me. Winter is when I usually feel alive. But I've realized how stuckness really brings me into the present moment more than anything, focusing on the future and planning and creating for once doesn’t feel good so all I can do is focus living moment to moment.I’ve decided to make stuckness a part of my practice.I have also come to realize every time I go through a phase I feel a lot better after...


A new year, a new intention

A new year, a new intention

Happy 2021! I love the feeling of beginning again. A freshness, a clean slate. A new year. Another chance. Have you set your intention for the year yet? If not, do it! Take a moment to sit in silence right now and allow a word or phrase to arise and go with that. Trust it. Last year my intention was to "create, like an artist" and as I look back on it, that's exactly what I did all year long. I implemented so many of my little soul projects and had so much fun doing it and plan on continuing...


Summer seasonal self-care

Summer seasonal self-care

Seasonal Self-Care: Summer There were times when I thought Spring wouldn't ever end, but what I learned throughout the last season at home is that nature continues moving forward. Nature is resilient. And so are we. We made it through and we will continue to make it through. So.. Happy Summer!!Here are some things I like to do for self-care during summertime: kayaking  smoothies ~ my recent favorite recipe is: [a handful or two] frozen kale, [1/2] frozen banana, [a handful] frozen blueberries, [1 scoop] green superfood powder, [1 tbsp] peanut butter, [1 tbsp] chia seeds, unsweetened almond milk hot...


Ahimsa. What it means and how we continue to practice

Ahimsa. What it means and how we continue to practice

I'm feeling the heaviness of all that is happening in our nation right now deep within my heart as someone who stands for non-violence, kindness and compassion so much that Inner Light Botanicals was built on a foundation with a mission to spread these values.Ahimsa in Sanskrit means "non-violence" or "non-harming" and it is part of our practice in yoga. This doesn't just pertain to non-violence to others, but to every one and every living thing.. including yourself. This includes physical and psychological pain. This includes the way we speak and the words that we say to ourselves.So in times like these what can we practice?...