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6 Holiday Podcasts From the Past

I’ve been so focused on the new tip sheets I haven’t had the time to share my top podcat for the month. This December, Alejandro, my podcast curator found these 6 Holiday podcasts from the past. He’s listed them in the order of most popular. Ayurveda and the Holiday Season Listen to this episode as I talk you through the basic practice of Kitchen Sadhana, and then interview John Immel, founder of the Joyful Belly. Listen to the full...

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Ground Rules for Mentoring

As my gift to you this holiday season me and my team created new tip sheets. I’ve received emails that these are posted on fridges around the world. I’m thankful it’s simple to share connectivity wisdom easily around the planet these days. Here's one for Mentors/Mentees. You may also download the printable version here. Lean in together  Commit to engage. If we lean in - we can decide what we are doing together. Create a relationship agreement. Most mentorships...

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Connectivity Kit Book List

I'm often told that I recommend a new book to a friend with every conversation. I'm sure it's true. I'm an avid reader/audible listener. My favorite gift to give is a book. A book can open a world. The right book to the right person at the right time is no less than a miracle. I learned from a coach along the way that when you stumble across a true gem of a book - you should...

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Kids + Elders: Intergenerational Connectivity

Tips for all intergenerational relationships - including for grandkids and grandparents. Intergenerational friendships offer unique benefits. Inspiration and risk-taking from the young pair exquisitely with weathered by experience from elders. Enlightening each other’s perspectives weaves together a higher functioning society. Disrupt Ageism Many of us are raised with ageism that is locked in generational cultural differences. When we get interested in those differences - the good, the bad, the ugly - we get to know each other better....

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Yogahealer’s Holiday Thrive Guide

Last week was just plain weird. I know emotions are still reeling. I'm hoping our inner activist takes upon more local and communal responsibility for creating the world we want to live in. In this effort, I have a new series of Tip Sheets - based on connectivity skills. Before we focus on relationships let's focus on ourselves. We're heading into the holiday season. Here is a tip sheet for you to align and take responsibility for...

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Lessons on Ridiculous Abundance from Sharing Seeds

I’m a seed saver. I never used to be. I never thought much about seeds until about 15 years ago when I started to garden. Now, I’m not just a seed saver - I’m a seed sharer. I gather my seeds as part of the autumnal harvest and package them into holiday gifts for my core peeps. Being a seed sharer matured my understanding of Ayurveda. From Ayurveda I learned the seed is the bija. The seed...

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Ayurvedic Phat Hemp Balls Recipe

Our Autumn Yogidetox comes to a close today. In celebration of a deeply rejuvenating three weeks with the Yogidetox community - i’m sharing my treats. With about 450 Yogidetoxers we went in deep. We had more support than ever from 6 Yogidetox Mentors, 2 Guest Teachers - Dr. Mary Jo Cravatta and Wah! It was quite an experience. This time around I noticed a vacuum feeling when this Yogidetox approached. I got sucked into the deep. Detoxes...

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Lube your Sinuses: Open Your Mind

If you’re super pranically evolved you noticed you have a sinus that separates and conjoins the left and right hemispheres of your brain. If you’re not so super pranically evolved you haven’t noticed this. But you have noticed that you get dryness in your head this time of year. Maybe it starts with dry watery eyes. Or, you find yourself frequently extracting buggers from your nose.  Or maybe you already caught a head cold or sore...

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Digestives, Apples, + One pot meals

We nursed an old apple tree back to life. When we moved to 507 N. Hwy 33 in Tetonia, ID we had a withered gnarly severely old dehydrated apple tree. We watered it for a few years before it sprouted leaves again. Then, a few years later it grew an apple. This year we harvested a few brimming bags. She is back! Anyone with an apple tree knows it provides an insane amount of fruit. Apple...

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