Author Archives: Christine Tārā

Let’s Talk About Beliefs

We have been taught to be Believers, but there is an alternative! Researchers employ a systematic process that allows them to relate responsibly to the data they are observing. Read more about this here!

Disconnecting Language (Part 1/4): Diagnosis

How often do you label, judge or criticize others? This is the type of language that we are conditioned and socialized to use in a culture that thrives on separation. Read more about a Yoga/NVC response to it here!

Exploring Non-Empathetic, Habitual Responses

After someone shares something with you, there are a wide variety of responses you could employ. This post explores non-empathetic response options, and advocates for empathy as your initial response to increase connection. Read/watch more here!

Trauma, Nonviolent Communication and Yoga

Inspired by the underlying synergies presented in the film The Wisdom of Trauma, this post outlines how trauma studies, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and Yoga weave together to form a robust basis for The One Person Revolution.

Are you needy?

Having literacy around our needs has been conditioned out of us in order to create high functioning labourers within a system of oppression. Today (and every day) I am here to advocate for a refresh on our relationship with our needs. Read more about it here!

Have you been taught to feel?

There is a resurgence that is gaining momentum right now advocating for the reclamation of our bodies, and I am here for it! It is NATURAL to FEEL! Read more about this here.

Yoga is not a prefabricated solution to your problems.

While prefabrication is a powerful tool of efficiency in building construction, no Yoga teacher can pass you the prefabricated pieces to the puzzle of your personal liberation. Read more about this here!

Was it right to celebrate Canada Day?

As a settler, deciding whether or not to celebrate Canada Day this year was an opportunity to examine how you make choices.

Moral decisions (what is the right choice? What is the good outcome?) are ones that we make all day, every day. Yet the majority of people make these important ethical decisions based on their past experience rather than present personal responsibility. Read this post to find out more!

Christine Tārā – From The Hearth