Jersey Yogi by Jim Starr – book review by Sarah at Mom On A Spiritual Journey

Jersey Yogi

Jersey Yogi by Jim Starr – from the Jersey Shore to the Ganges River When I was approached to review this book and visited Jim’s site…I had a great feeling about reading this book partly because Jim’s writings made me laugh!  Definitely a good start. An uptight man gets loosened …

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I have a dream – Visionary Rising

Akashic Records Reading

Visionary Rising Attending a course called Akashic Visionaries by my Akashic Records teacher Linda Howe. Within the framework of this course she reviews the question “What is a Visionary?” During the first part of this course Linda said Visualizers use that wonderful tool of visualization: a thoughtful, deliberate formation of …

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5 dos and do-nots for yoga beginners and yoga restarters

inner peace

Yoga beginners and yoga restarters! Bob Clary at Webucator invited me to write a post about beginning yoga for their ‘Teach your Talent’ campaign. September is Self Improvement month – Webucator often offer free classes…here’s a link to their free Microsoft training classes. Strangely (or not) I have been ramping …

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Adrenal Fatigue and 5 simple ways to change the game | Some signs that you are drained and what to do about it

adrenal fatigue

Adrenal Fatigue – the sneaky energy drainer I recently came across an article about Adrenal Fatigue when on a road trip. My family and I were relaxing in a great hotel on Memorial Day weekend, we had unwittingly stumbled upon the biggest free Memorial Day party in the mid-West (Kansas …

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Kundalini Meditation and the Year of Snake 2013 | An ancient meditation practice that definitely has a place in our modern society

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Meditation – a book, the practice and the Year of the Snake (2013) I’m a member of the One Spirit Book club and carefully measure out my points and purchases so that I can feed my SBH (Spiritual Book Habit) without breaking the bank. Last month this book fell …

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Why holistic practitioners and integrative medicine should have a place in our lives

integrative medicine

What are Holistic Practitioners? The term Holistic Practitioner has been coined to describe what seems like a new phenomenon, practitioners who offer health and wellness practices relating to the complete person in the treatment of a disease. Examples of holistic practitioners can be anything from some forms of chiropractic adjustment …

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Using Yoga to help us be present and at peace – Mom On A Spiritual Journey’s first guest post!

Evolve Yoga Wildewood Center, Maryland

Welcome to Tracey Fritz, my first guest blogger.  Tracey is excited to be teaching at this new studio in Lexington Park, MD (a dedicated yoga studio!). Check it out at http://www.evolveyogawellness.com. Tracey has been teaching and practicing yoga since 2001. In 2008 she completed her 200 hour Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training with Ann …

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Are you highly sensitive? See if this resonates for you

Highly sensitive person or hsp

Are you or your child ‘too sensitive’?  Remember to say thanks! [ctt title=”As a child I was often told I was \’too sensitive\’ or \’too imaginative\’.” tweet=”As a child I was often told I was ‘too sensitive’ or ‘too imaginative’. http://ctt.ec/4XneN+ @SarahsEnergy” coverup=”4XneN”] I had deep and powerful emotional – and …

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