I think a lot.

Via on Apr 3, 2011

About what to write about in a blog.  (And how do I get on this list? :-))

About yoga.  (Ahmmm, because I love yoga, personal development, spirituality, philosophy.)

About life.

About choices.  (Recognizing we always have a choice – so important.)
Life is the sum of all your choices.  ~Albert Camus

About love (Is it standing right here singing this song ~Sugarland).

About vulnerability (I’m reading Brené Brown’s book – The Gifts of Imperfection.)

About why I keep coming across the word ‘flourishing’.

About intuition.  (And trusting it, always!)

About synchronicity. (Meaningful coincidences – according to Carl Jung, who coined the phrase.)

About spending too much time on Facebook and Twitter.  (Am I an addict?  Are you?)


About what Sage is doing at this very moment.

About Nappy Yoga. (My name for restorative yoga.)

About quieting my mind, stilling the body, stepping away from the computer and meditating.

About not passing judgment when I think while meditating!

Make an amazing day, everyone!

About Maureen Miller

Maureen is a yoga teacher, life/health coach and an aspiring writer. She teaches yoga and leads a yoga teacher training/develop your yoga practice program for students who want to learn more about integrating the body, mind and spirit. Maureen believes when we find balance in all areas of our lives, we live in alignment with our core values and we can live a life filled with intention and purpose.  As a yoga teacher and life/health coach, it is her intention to be with students/coaches on their journey as they investigate decisions that brought them to where they are today, examine options toward change and make choices to break through current challenges.  You can find Maureen on Facebook, Twitter and at her website: Living Life, Making Choices.

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One Response to “I think a lot.”

  1. Clare Polencheck clare says:

    this morning's odd meditation pop-in was "how should i prepare broccoli for my husband for dinner later?"

    sigh. :) :)

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