The Mirror Effect…

Just because the process hurts doesn’t mean the results will not be beautiful…

You must create your own opportunities and strive for balance in order to find harmony.

Anything is possible if you just believe.

Namaste

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.

Tattooing Anahata Chakra

There is a beautiful thing inside you that is thousands of years old.

Too old to be captured in poems…

Too old to be loved by everyone…

But loved so very deeply by a chosen few.

What a painful thing to see forever in the eyes of someone who doesn’t see the same.

Choose those staring at your heart’s chamber through the windows of their Soul, as it will become your master Key to open your heart and allow it to grow into love.

#anahatachakra

#themothersvibe

#theloversvibe

#thedaughtersvibe

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.

How to bloom into hope and action…

Do not be afraid to pursue your own mysteries.

Believe in yourself. Do not lose hope. Keep into perspective that running away from what you do not understand about yourself will not enhance your blooming process by finding that higher version of yourself.

I know that it is not easy as it sounds, or as pretty as you may read it. However is a reality we must embrace and graduate from, during this long term university called “Life.”

Keep in mind that it is a part of yourself that will not go away or evaporate, just because you do not want to see it.

Be mindful and ask yourself?

Do I want to invest energy towards blooming?

Do I want to waste energy with a blindfolded attitude and allow that part of myself to nurture an ego towards empowering a shadow, hence an ascending powerful struggle for me to eventually overcome?

Focus towards the grace of understanding to see yourself clearly, so that you can serve others with the same grace.

That is called empathy my friend.

Last but not least;

“Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage, not weakness.” – K.H

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.

Nurture the Heart with Yoga, Crystals and Affirmations

Benefits of Anahatasana (Heart Melting Pose) Anahatasana expand the chest and give a soothing effect on the Anahata chakra is associated with feelings and emotions. It can release any blocked emotions and we can feel free of the burdens of the heart.

Deeply opens the shoulders, pectoral muscles of the chest, thoracic spine, neck and lower back. Heart and lung meridians receive a fresh burst of prana.

From hands and knees position, melt your heart towards the Earth to the degree that feels appropriate. Ultimately your chest can lay on the ground, with the chin tilting up. This will compress and massage the back on the neck and must only be done if comfortable. Hold for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply into the shoulders, neck, spine, chest and lower back. Always remember where your attention goes, energy flows and it is important in these type of challenging Yin yoga poses to remain focused inwards.

Observe the emotions rising in this yoga pose. Melting heart is particularly effective in releasing heavy or sad feelings, so you may have a need to cry which will create profound healing. By the end of the pose, you will feel joy and lightness.

(Always approach your physician if currently undergoing medical treatment on the cervical area of the spine)

#anahatachakrayoga

#nurturingtheheart

#nurturingthesoul

Last but not least;

“What if I fall?”

Oh, but my darling…

What if you 🕊 fly? -Rumi

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.