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If she can, I can.


If she can, I can.


"Do not seek enlightenment, for you cannot find something that you already possess. Seek rather to fully claim that which is yours. Seek to live with the single-minded focus of one whose hair is on fire seeks water. And seek your water, seek the fullness of life, as if you have already found it."

Edward Mills (via nirvikalpa)

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"Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will."

— George Bernard Shaw (via dustinalex91)

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Buddha Doodle - ‘Harmony’by Mollycules♥ Please Share ♥


Buddha Doodle - ‘Harmony’
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There are many different types of yoga to practice, so it’s important to find out which type of yoga is right for you. Here’s a quick introduction to some of the most common and popular types of yoga.

Bikram Yoga - Get ready to practice yoga in 105 degree heat and in 40% humidity — hot! Though Bikram only has 26 poses and there’s lots of alignment work so it might be a good fit for beginners. 

Hatha Yoga -  Class is also likely to be focused on slow and gentle movements so it’s a great type of yoga to wind down with at night. 

Vinyasa Yoga - Commonly called “Vinyasa flow” or just “flow”, you’ll definitely be moving, flowing from one pose to the next. Other than starting with a sun salutation, no two classes will be alike. It’s the most popular style of yoga in America. 

Kundalini Yoga - “Kundalini” refers to the energy of theRoot Chakra, which surrounds the area around your lower spine. Expect lots of work in your “core” area and classes are known to be pretty intense.  

Ashtanga Yoga - Commonly called Power yoga, Ashtanga is definitely physically demanding. It’s probably best suited for an ex-athlete or someone looking to really push their body. 

Iyengar Yoga - Expect lots of props with this type of yoga such as blocks, harnesses, straps, and even cushions. There’s also a lot of focus on alignment so Iyengar can be great for physical therapy. 

Anusara Yoga - Founded in 1997 by John Friend, Anusara is epitomized by “the celebration of the heart. Expect many “heart-opening” poses like backbends and more talking by the instructor in class. 

Restorative Yoga - Looking to wind down after a long day of work? Or perhaps you want to quiet your mind? Restorative yoga might be the answer as it’s focused on relaxation. 

Jivamukti Yoga - Jivamukti is mostly practiced in NYC as it was founded there in 1984 by Sharon Gannon and David Life. It’s a mix of vinyasa flow sequencing infused with chanting and a vegetarian twist. 

Prenatal Yoga - If you’re an expectant mother then Prenatal yoga is probably for you. (Sorry, guys!) Some say that Prenatal is one of the best types of exercise for moms-to-be as there’s a lot of core work and a focus on breathing.

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“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.”
E. E. Cummings


“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.”

E. E. Cummings

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The light of consciousness is all that is necessary. You are that light

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"Free yourself from the psychological structure of society, which is to free yourself from the essence of conflict."

— Jiddu Krishnamurti (via nirvikalpa)

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"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all."

— Oscar Wilde (via wethinkwedream)

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"A quiet mind is all you need. All else will happen rightly, once your mind is quiet. As the sun on rising makes the world active, so does self-awareness affect changes in the mind. In the light of calm and steady self-awareness, inner energies wake up and work miracles without any effort on your part."

— Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (via wethinkwedream)

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"To stay present in everyday life, it helps to be deeply rooted within yourself; otherwise, the mind, which has incredible momentum, will drag you along like a wild river."

— Eckhart Tolle (via lazyyogi)

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