“…even at the moment of your failure, right then, you are beautiful. You don’t know it yet, but you have the ability to reinvent yourself endlessly. That’s your beauty.”
“Women who own their sexuality are a powerful and uncontrollable force. Most of us have not been encouraged or supported in loving ourselves and as a result making conscious choices about how we want to share our bodies with others. We have inherited so many ideas about what it means to be good, to be pure, to be holy. We weren’t taught about the energetics of lovemaking and exchange.
Just imagine a tree trunk the size of a Volkswagen rising a mere three or four feet above the ground before stretching out its magnificent weeping branches, strong enough to support our weight yet flexible enough to allow us to straddle the branch and bounce as it were a sort of springing teeter-totter. It became one of the regular meet-up place for all the neighboring kids.
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If you’re someone with chronic “busy brain,” try this 10-minute Body Scan Meditation to help alleviate insomnia and stress, or anytime you need to get back into your body. UPCOMING COURSES Guided Meditations
This short guided meditation will help you to feel energized and ready to begin your day. It can also be used at times when you need to feel clear and revived. This meditation can be done seated, or while lying down. UPCOMING COURSES For more meditations like this, visit our Meditation resources.
by Leigh Hopkins, Founder and Director of Viva Institute; writer, education and online learning expert. Five years ago this week, Viva Institute launched its first online class. Five years! Whether you’re new to Viva or you’ve been here since the beginning, you’ll appreciate the backstory to how it all began…it’s a wild one! Six months […]
It’s become popular in some circles to offer “love and light” as a greeting. It feels beautiful (both to say and receive), but what are we really saying?