I have been on countless flights where I have heard the dreaded voice over the intercom stating to all passengers to please return to the seats and fasten the seatbelts as there is unexpected turbulence. At that moment, I can feel my entire body tighten with fear as my hands begin to grasp the corners of the armrests, white-knuckled. My heart quickens and my face pales as the blood rushes to my toes, aka, panic attack. Hello, turbulence! Have you experienced those sensations
Where does true satisfaction lie if it’s not found in our cravings? My favorite dessert is a brownie. Now insert your favorite dessert, food, alcohol or shopping spree that seems to at first bring you happiness and satisfaction. Have you experienced difficulty or that dis-ease and you needed another bite or another drink? Shortly thereafter, one bite or one piece of cake does not fill you up or it becomes boring and your mind craves something else, or for it to be different?
We are born and we make these decisions along the way, along our roads called life. Some decisions feel great, and some...not so much, because I’d like to think of them as an “fgo” or a fucking growth opportunity. Sometimes we may get a sense for a path that is long and straight, and then something comes up that literally jostles us. It’s as if we hit a huge bump or get whacked by a gigantic, sharp branch. This is where we need to draw the machete out and cut down those bram
My life and studies during my yoga training and private studies played a huge part in my motto choice. However, the LARGEST source of inspiration has been my father, James William Wilson. My father lost his battle to depression on December 5th, 1994. I often wondered how someone can lose their way and go off their “path or #dharma.” On the outside, he had it all; a beautiful wife, house, good career, four kids, and a dog. I learned to cover up this turmoil through dressing up