Teryn Pacino

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 09:15:50 +0000

The root of suffering is attachment. This is so true, much suffering is connected to attachment in some form.

    If people would let live and let go. But most people's past haunt them all their lives.

    Mindfulness Infographic via www.bittopper.com/post.php?id=19569958955276d2cc9df369.42961807

    Silence says it all. It is the silence in between the notes that creates music otherwise there would be only eternal noise.

    Hard for other religions to understand sometimes, but this is why I find it so beautiful.

    You only lose what you cling to! Come to Clarkston Hot Yoga in Clarkston, MI for all of your Yoga and fitness needs! Feel free to call (248) 620-7101 or visit our website www.clarkstonhotyoga.com for more information about the classes we offer!

    if you are not mindful you are not anything. So, get present and calm in your home! These lovely little tips are key to keeping your feet on the ground and your personal power surging load & clear.

    Give the ones you love wings to fly, roots to come back, and reasons to stay. - Dalai Lama

    Pranayama is a yogic discipline with origins in Ancient India. It is the fourth limb of the eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga mentioned in the Yoga Sutras of Pa

    All human unhappiness comes from not facing reality squarely, exactly as it is. ~Buddha Inspiring #quotes and #affirmations by Calm Down Now. http://cal.ms/12kuZsX

    You are probably aware of the benefits of positive thinking. Unfortunately, becoming an optimist doesn't happen over night. Thankfully there are effective ways to start seeing the glass half full. Here are some unhelpful thinking styles that may be holding you back as well as a step-by-step meditation exercise to get you on a path to relaxation.

    The Buddha

    I can appreciate Buddha's point of view...but sometimes something more direct and violent is called for. There's a Redhouse over yonder...