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Detox Stories

Cate Stillman March 28, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , Blog, Body Wisdom No comments

I asked my Yogidetox community for personal yogidetox stories. The stories from my detoxers split open my heart. At the helm of this big ship I can’t know each person’s unique process. I often think I don’t need to guide the Yogidetox anymore – our culture has evolved to making this commonplace enough. Yet these […]

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Sacred Impact: Lesson 6: Dharma and Agni

Cate Stillman February 25, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Ask Cate, Blog, Body Wisdom No comments
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Once a time there was a woman. She started to go to yoga class. She discovered parts of herself she never knew. She tapped into depth. She gained access to witness awareness. Her vocabulary expanded with her discoveries. And her discoveries expanded with her vocabulary. She started to learn Ayurveda, and moved even deeper into her sacred anatomy. She became more sensitive, more articulate…and unfortunately, more self-absorbed. What? Self-absorbed?

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Sacred Anatomy: Part 5: Sacred Politics

Cate Stillman February 24, 2014 Tags: , , , , , , , , , Ask Cate, Blog, Body Wisdom No comments

The sensitivity needs to be directed outwardly as much as inwardly. Too many yoga peeps I know get a little self-absorbed in the inward applications of their sensitivity. You know the story… the person who lets you know just how sensitive their digestion has become… and exactly what substances they can and can’t ingest. It’s really a disease of too much inward focus and not enough outward focus. An Ayurvedic practitioner might diagnose tamas in the manomayakosha.

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