"This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples, no need for complicated philosophy.
Our own brain, our own heart is our temple. The philosophy is kindness. "
— Dalai Lama
I read this quote many years ago and it stuck. I'm certainly not perfect at it, but hey, who isn't a work in progress?
Inquirer of the Divine
I have always been curious about spirituality. I'm not sure why. I have found truth and insight across many wisdom traditions. I love sharing these teachings to inspire myself and others for the sake of living an empowered life, enjoying the journey and experiencing to the fullest. Practical spirituality in a sense. I enjoy hearing different soulful perspectives and I certainly love sharing mine. To all the Gods and Goddesses, Spirits and Energies, Illusions and Realities, let us dance.
I practice yoga as much as I can. I don't really think I can get away from it. I started with just the movements and originally went because I had crush on one of my classmates. Now, I get down on the other limbs of the practice as well. I even teach it, whatever that means. I love and respect my teachers, I have learned tons from them and will continue to study from people, but I don’t really dig the Guru model. It’s about allowing my experience to be the main teacher. So in that way, I guess I don’t really teach yoga, but help to evoke it or inspire others to inspire themselves.