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Aligning with Autumn

Today is the Autumn Equinox, which officially marks the beginning of Autumn! I don’t know about you, but Autumn is my all time favorite season, always and forever. The cool, crisp air, cozy sweaters, hot teas, stews, pumpkin flavored everything, and the beginning of holiday season just makes me so happy. We live in a world that doesn’t necessarily support our innate way of living, but with mindfulness and attention toward our surroundings and daily habits we can recenter ourselves to live happier, healthier lives. Understanding the energy of the seasons and consciously living in harmony with their nature allows us to stay balanced on all levels of our being, all year round. Eating foods that

Mysore Diaries: A White Woman in India

Traveling to the opposite side of the world and experiencing a completely different culture has been very interesting. Everything is unfamiliar. The people, the language, the food, water, streets, even the smell of the muggy air is foreign to my senses. It’s especially different when you travel to India as a woman. You have to cover your shoulders and legs all the time, preferably with baggy clothes like harem pants, maxi dresses, t-shirts, and scarves. You don’t want to attract the wrong kind of attention or be disrespectful of their culture. Fortunately, the clothes here are around $5 a piece, so it's manageable if you find your own wardrobe is lacking in enough Indian-approved articles. R

Being a Student

It’s my feeling that we should strive to always be a student. Life is full of lessons and stories unfolding that can teach us a great deal. One of the biggest lessons that we can learn from is the idea of always being a student. As children we are more than a sponge for information. We soak up everything with no labels and no hard set ideas about them. Many people of different religions believe that a child is closer to God, as they are untouched by the poisons of humanity. Jealousy and rage and strong associations of race or religion are unformed. Being able to soak information up without labels, this may really be what it means to be a student. As we get older this becomes physically harde

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