Be A Lady They Said

This is the chant of every woman. I guarantee you will be nodding your head and feeling all kinds of emotions. One of the finest pieces of writing on this topic. Namaste to you lady!

Writings of a Furious Woman

Be a lady they said. Your skirt is too short. Your shirt is too low. Your pants are too tight. Don’t show so much skin. Don’t show your thighs. Don’t show your breasts. Don’t show your midriff. Don’t show your cleavage. Don’t show your underwear. Don’t show your shoulders. Cover up. Leave something to the imagination. Dress modestly. Don’t be a temptress. Men can’t control themselves. Men have needs. You look frumpy. Loosen up. Show some skin. Look sexy. Look hot. Don’t be so provocative. You’re asking for it. Wear black. Wear heels. You’re too dressed up. You’re too dressed down. Don’t wear those sweatpants; you look like you’ve let yourself go.

Be a lady they said. Don’t be too fat. Don’t be too thin. Don’t be too large. Don’t be too small. Eat up. Slim down. Stop eating so much. Don’t eat too fast. Order a salad. Don’t eat…

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Inspiring Words

My mentor wrote these words for me in late 2017. Yes, the splendid door that opens into what is beyond mundane consciousness to reveal the ordinariness of splendor that transports us to what awaits as our birthrite when we release what holds us back from receiving it fully ... the moistening begins again refreshing the... Continue Reading →

Global Mind Virus Infection Millions – How to recover

I am concerned that we are all infected with varying degrees of a dangerous virus.. The TWATTERGRAM virus has spread across the world at 'warp' speed. . People infected experience depleted, distorted and degraded information. This virus has set us up to be meme dependant. Susceptibility to this virus has been cultivated by the repeated... Continue Reading →

Yoga Sutra study – Obstacles we face in our yoga/life journey

Written Early 2017.  When the dogs come for the day, I spend the morning in bed with them. Perfect setting to study yoga. It feels so calm and peaceful, and my pratyahara [withdraw senses from outside distractions] earplugs serve to blot out the sounds of traffic.  This study is an ongoing one, little bits at... Continue Reading →

Finding my Warrior – chaotic lesson planning and more

I joined the Yoga Foundation course to immerse myself deeper into yoga.   Not quite as easy as it sounds because I’m challenged by an enduring pattern of resistance and resistance is tied to my greatest value 'freedom'. I was tested when Janet [Janet Bond is the trainer on the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation... Continue Reading →

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