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May Theme: Fertile Ground

“Last night as I was sleeping, I dreamt—marvelous error!— That a spring was breaking Out in my heart. I said: Along which secret aquaduct, Oh water, are you coming to me, Water of a new life That I have never drunk? Last night as I was sleeping, I dreamt—marvelous...

Routine as Ritual

I am fascinated by the idea of ritual.  I am bored, yet comforted by routine. Why is this? I perceive ritual to be filled with shakti, filled with ancient wisdom, loaded with spiritual practices, and magical enough to create miracles. Routine on the other hand can...

Homemade Baileys Irish Cream Recipe

In honor of St. Patricks Day I’m sharing one of my favorite family recipes for homemade Irish creamer! It’s super easy to make and will keep in the refrigerator for weeks! Hope you enjoy and Happy St. Patricks Day! Baileys Irish Cream: 1 can of sweetened...

March Theme: The Luck of the Yogi

A rare admission: If you asked me whether I believe in the power of, like, crystals or the phases of the moon, I would most likely offer a rebuke along the lines of “I am NOT A HIPPIE.” I like science. I like dialectical materialism. I like tracing things...

Agni: Finding Passion in Life

Agni means fire and -according to ayurveda and my teacher Dr. Lad- is the main source of life. You are as old as your agni he says! With strong agni you have a long life, strong digestion, strong immunity and strong discernment and intellect. Spiritually, Agni is said...

February Theme: Passion & Possibility

A friend recently sent me the link to an interview with the Irish poet and philosopher John O’Donohue, recorded shortly before his death in 2008. The topic of the interview was on the humanizing effect of beauty: that which calls our attention, causes our breath to...

Golden Milk Recipe

The beginning of the year is busy with fulfilling new years resolutions, committing to new hobbies & interests, and trying to set ourselves up as best as possible for the coming year and all its potential. The days have begun to grow longer but the winter season...