Tag Archives: Self-Intimacy

25 Day Yoga Challenge in Support of Yoga Outreach

Āhimsa is the first step of the pre-practice of Yoga (the Yama-s) and its natural result is a protection of diversity. Read more about how Yoga Outreach, a non-profit organization, is creating room in often overlooked spaces for diversity to thrive.

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!

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.

Cacao Ceremony as Yoga Practice

What is Ceremonial Grade Cacao? Why use it as a tool in Self-Intimacy practice? How does one get started? Read about all this and more here!

Interrupting Harm (Part 3/3)

This post is the third of a three part series about interrupting harm. It addresses that:
1. The way in which each person interrupts it will depend on their relationship to the harm.
2. As harm is interrupted, each person will have more freedom to choose to practice Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Self-Intimacy on a daily basis.

Interrupting Harm (Part 2/3)

This post is the second of a three part series about interrupting harm. It addresses that:
1. The world that people currently live in is harmful, leading to a lack of safety.
2. Each person needs to understand and acknowledge the harm in order to interrupt it.

Self-Intimacy – From The Hearth