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How To Meditate At Work

Is it possible to meditate while you work? Is it possible to relax while you work? Yes and yes! Guided Meditation Video So how would you approach the practice of meditation towards work? In the following video, I share a few tips and tools on how to invoke a meditative state while you work. What

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How to Inspire Daily Meditation Practice

If you want to have a consistent practice, it’s important to create a meditation practice that inspires you to meditate every day. Each person is unique. To give one practice to everyone and expect it to work for them long-term seems impractical. The majority of folks cannot sit in cross-legged position on the floor. Many

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Guided Meditation for Healing

Healing means different things to different people. Some people assume that if you need healing, something is wrong with you and you need to be “fixed.” Others may see healing as a journey towards your highest self and potential. You’ll notice the word “heal” comes from “health.” It is the process of becoming whole, of

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Slow Down With Meditation

Life today moves at a faster and faster pace. The rhythm at which we move, engage, and receive information can throw off our own internal sense of rhythm. We might find ourselves feeling caught up in the whirlwind of busyness, unable to slow down and catch up with ourselves. When we’re moving quickly, we might

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Why Meditation is an Important Component of Self-Care

In today’s busy, ever-demanding world, we find ourselves constantly running around, unable to slow down and take care of ourselves. Our incessant busyness can make us run near empty. When we’re so caught up in giving to others, fulfilling obligations, and performing tasks, we forget to reflect on our own mental, spiritual, and physical well-being.

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Meditation for Chaos, Politics & Drama

Do you get annoyed when people don’t agree with you politically? How do you apply the practice of meditation to parts of your life that feel messy, stuck and drama-queen crazy? In this short video clip, I offer meditation tips where you can apply this ancient practice to the challenging areas of your life today.

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Meditation for Everyday Life

One of the things I often hear is, “I’m too busy to meditate!  I have to do my taxes, housework, and everyday responsibilities!”  Meditation for Daily Life What can you do instead?  Meditate while you do.  Here’s a 10 minute video guide on how you can meditate while you do anything, even washing your dishes! Learning

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Meditation Coaching for Living Boldly!

I don’t believe in just meditating. It’s what you do with your meditation that matters most.  How do you bring it into your life?  How can you integrate meditation in your everyday life through your actions & intentions? Meditation is a wonderful tool for resourcing yourself and learning how to breathe.  While meditation can create

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How To Shift Stress in the Moment

Our mind is often the biggest cause of our stress. What it perceives and thinks can layer our experience and make things seem more stressful than they really are. The mind is like a booby-trap, it’s filled with circular thinking and past thoughts. Instead of trying to change the mind with the mind, here’s a

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How To Deal With Projection

When I first decided to leave Wall Street to follow my dreams of world travel, I received a variety of responses from my loved ones and co-workers.  Some were shocked, some were envious, some disappointed.  I found out that several of my co-workers called me “crazy” behind my back.  A few good friends were genuinely

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Give the Gift of Presence

I was in Chicago over Thanksgiving and made the mistake of going to Whole Foods right before Turkey day.  It was totally packed.  They were playing loud, upbeat music and people were running over us in their carts.  Everyone was rushing.  I felt stressed! It’s easy to get caught up in the rush over the

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Breaking Through Spiritual Idealism

There’s a little voice in my head that thinks it knows what is “spiritual.”  When I wake up in the morning, I have a daily practice of writing and meditation.  On rare occasions, I cannot do this the first thing in the morning.  Say I am traveling, or really stressed out and have to take

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Surrender to “ISness”

When I first received the inspiration to produce Sura Flow, “Self-Discovery Yoga,”  the message I received from spirit was “Sura, help show people how to surrender.” How would you help people learn to surrender?  I didn’t even really know myself.  Besides, I did not want to make a yoga video.  1) It was going to

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Relationships Are Energy

I absolutely loved Sarah Kathleen Peck’s blog post:  “How do you find the right people that are right for you?  Hint: it’s all about energy.”  She talks about the energetic quality of relationships, like “Negative Influencers” who seem great on the surface.   These are people who are wonderful and charismatic, you cannot say anything

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Spiritual Journey

What I learned from a horse named Frank

When I lived in Salt Spring Island, I tried equine therapy.  I have always loved horses, and through coaching, I heard that horses were masterful at helping people grow and become more self-aware.  Horses are highly psychic and intuitive, and tend to reflect energy.   If you are confident or unsure, a horse is sure to

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The Healer Who Doesn’t Heal

I’ve always been skeptical of healers.  Maybe because I am one myself.  I don’t think anyone can heal someone else.  It comes from within, when that person is ready. Just to clarify, let’s talk about what healing is, since it means different things to different people.  Generally speaking, healing is the journey towards wholeness.  You

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Dealing With Difficult Emotions

Have you been feeling more intense emotions this year?  It seems many people are experiencing this, myself included.  I’ve noticed that I’ve been experiencing a wider range of emotions, with greater intensity.  As collective consciousness expands, it could be that more people are experiencing emotional healing and cleansing, even at a deep cellular level where

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Transforming Body Pain

It can be that if we’re not aware of some aspect of our life, that it will likely show up in the body as body pain. Eckhart Tolle talked about the pain-body as an egoic entity that comprises all of our past pain and emotion.  He says: “The pain-body wants to survive, just like every

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A New Time

Hi friends, I’ve been off the grid for a while.  2013 has been like no other year, and I needed to take time to go deep within and be quiet.  It’s been a big year of transformation and transition. Earlier this year, I kept having visions and dreams of a lake in Central America.  After

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Stuck in Muck?

We all feel stuck at some point in our lives.  We make New Year’s resolutions, talk about it with friends, even get excited.  Sometime later, our enthusiasm fizzles, and you wonder what your new years resolutions even were.  Life doesn’t change much.  You still feel the same.  You have the same problems and the same

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GPS Soul Guide

I was excited to see my new soul guide in Huffpost’s GPS for the Soul.  Beautiful photos, affirmations & peaceful music.  Take some time to enjoy this compilation of artwork to rest your soul. Thanks to friends who contributed music & photos:  David Gordon, Dasha Gaian, Joshua Simas, Lisa Dugdale & Lani Kwon. Love &

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Paulo Coelho 2013

I had to share this blog post by Paulo Coelho, a favorite author, who wrote “The Alchemist.”  Beautifully written.  Very poetic and prayerful. 2013:  the first year of the rest of my life No one can go back, but everyone can go forward. And tomorrow, when the sun rises, all you have to say to

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Intro To Meditation

Did you make a new year’s resolution to start meditating?  Are you wondering how to start? Learning how to center yourself and slow down the mind is an invaluable aspect of health. Meditation is an excellent tool for learning how to be present. There are many benefits to learning how to meditate: It helps to

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Mindfulness & Technology

7 Ways To Practice Mindfulness in the Technology Age I think we’ve all experienced that awkward moment, when you’re speaking to someone – and the cell phone rings.  For a moment one person glances at their phone, while the other wonders if they’re about to be trumped by a phone call.  No one likes being

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Forgiveness for the Holidays

The holidays bring a sense of warmth and festivity, but can also be a chaotic and stressful time.  The other day, I was driving down the freeway, when I witnessed road rage and the near collision of two cars that refused to yield to each other on the freeway. The feeling of tension and frenetic

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The Dark Side of Yoga

I was working on Wall Street when I first started practicing yoga.  During that time I suffered from severe neck and back pain, so I thought yoga would help me.  Being a novice at the time, I had no idea what the different styles of yoga were. Perhaps it was karma or a twist of

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