One of the main heart practices at Inside Thread Yoga Studio is sharing lifestyle tools that consistently help us create individual actions that move us towards greater personal and global connection.
Let me share with you three steps that encourage a lifestyle of illuminated understanding and connection.
Step One. Befriend Nature
The planet we live [...]
This is the last post of Simplicity Exploration! I hope you enjoyed the last 30 days! I wanted to share with you different thoughts, experiences, and ways to generate simplicity in daily life.
This exploration may be over – but the exploration of the yoga lifestyle will continue on. Please look for new thoughts and [...]Continue Reading →
Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution.
“Our hearts know that a more beautiful world is possible; but our minds do not know how it’s possible”. In this intelligent and inspiring talk, writer and visionary Charles Eisenstein explores how we [...]Continue Reading →
One simple way to tend to simplicity is to truly observe and understand yourself and the world around you – the nature of interconnection and oneness.
We make choices based on this understanding of connection and these choices then develop into wisdom that can be reflected into the world. When we see how we are [...]Continue Reading →
The ocean is near and dear to my heart. I spent all of my young life in and around the waters off the coast of South West Florida on some of the purest white beaches in the country. I felt like a guardian to the shoreline, picking up every bit of trash I could see [...]Continue Reading →
Watching this will inspire you to action. A great (short) talk. http://www.payitforwardfoundation.org
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A great way to simplify in the kitchen is by using the ever classic glass mason jar. I love these things and seem to find new things to do with them often.
Here are 4 things to do with a glass jar in the kitchen!
1. Store Left Overs
Storing food in plastic isn’t a [...]Continue Reading →
I’m all about daily reminders you can wear. Especially the ones that remind us of the abundance, beauty, and love around us. Nothing is more important than the moment at hand. It is up to each one of us to gather what we can to help us understand that fully.
Simplicity is also knowing that [...]Continue Reading →
When describing simplicity to others, what immediately comes to my mind is the action of paying attention.
Attention is the driving force behind simplicity.
Simplicity is not so much about ridding ourselves of material things while occupying an empty room; it is about understanding what is around you and why it is [...]Continue Reading →