#ad / Really feeling those cosy autumn vibes with all of the essentials including my fave @ukcaffelatte 🍁☕️☁️ they use hand roasted Arabica coffee beans and fresh Swiss milk to make their iced coffee so I always feel like it’s the perfect way to start the day plus I love that I can take one with me when I head out to shoot or explore ✌🏼How was your weekend loves? Did you get the chance to do anything you really wanted to? #ukcaffelatte
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Bless the women and men who have served us. As George S. Patton once said, we should thank God that such men lived.” 🙌🏼🇺🇸
I’ve been so moved this past year, as a yoga teacher (one of the many roles I embrace), to take things to the next level and take some time each week to be of service providing the gift of yoga to those who are of service. .
So grateful for the work and dedication of @yogajournal@yogaforfirstresponders@yogaforveterans and for
@robertsturman who role model such an example. 💓💓💓
The gates just flew wide open. I told you Yoga Journal wasn’t playing around when they made the following fierce, revolutionary statement. ⬇️ And this is just the beginning.
“We believe the future of yoga has to include the expansion of the practice and its benefits into *every* community—doctors’ offices, the military, police stations, prisons, corporate environments, schools and neighborhood youth programs, addiction recovery centers, leadership trainings, and so much more.” @yogajournal.
Pictured: Kristen Noelle @theyogagypsea photographed at Pearl Harbor. Thank you, Kristen. Your practice, your Seva, your commitment to spreading yoga in the military is beautiful. I love that you joined the Air Force because you wanted to bring yoga to the military as directly as possible.
Major thank you to @warriorsatease executive director @susanalden_aloha and U.S. Navy Commander Hillary Darby, for the years of paving the way and then cutting through a fair share of red tape to get this approved by the Department of Defense. And to Yoga Journal for becoming so badass overnight. Proud moment for us all. #yoga#evolution#revolution#yogajournal#warriorsatease#robertsturman#icantstoppointingtothebeauty#inspiration#veteransday#motivation#yogateacher#health#fitness#fit#yogaeverydamnday
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Anzeige| naaa habt ihr schon einen #adventskalender 😍 falls nicht, besorgt euch uuunbedingt den von @foodspring - ihr spart mit „AnnijuFSG“ 15% auf alles im Onlineshop ❤️ ich durfte schon 2 Türen öffnen und u.a. verbirgt sich ein neues Proteinpulver dahinter! Ich sag nur so viel: es war soooo lecker, dass es sogar mein bisheriges Bananen Pulver als neuen Liebling abgelöst hat 😍 #foodspringfamily#foodspring#weihnachten#foodspringdiscount
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For today’s #MyTUNStory, we have Dr. Samantha Peckham, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing! Hope you enjoy her story!
“I was born in San Diego, but we moved all over the country growing up. We lived in Southern California, Northern California, Maryland and New Jersey. My dad works for Costco, and because of his job, we needed to move while he climbed the ladder at work.”
“My first nursing job was in the neuro ICU at Sunrise Hospital and it was really depressing. People mostly had massive strokes or tumors, and it was a tough environment to work. After that, I went to work in the emergency room, and I loved it. Going into the E.R. was really where I found my passion for nursing.”
“I want to tell my students that all of the stress they are under is going to be worth it in the end. It is really challenging to go through graduate school while working, taking care of family responsibilities, going to clinicals and participating in didactics.”
“I love the relationships I form with students here at Touro. I invest a lot of time in them, because I want them to perform at a very high level. I understand that we’re all human, myself included. We all grow and learn differently.”
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A sacred geometry design with adobe indesign software.
The black circle has a radius 1.
The red circle has a radius of golden ratio 1.618.
The green circle has a radius of the golden ratio squared 2.618.
The blue circle has a radius of the golden ratio cubed 4.236.
Phi = 1.618
Phi^2 = 1 + Phi = 2.618
Phi^3 = 1 + 2 Phi =4.236
Look and focus on this design and see how you feel. That may please your eyes as the proportions are based on the divine proportion we observe constantly in nature, whether in motion or not.
In the paintings of the great artists, you also find this divine proportion. It also exists in the unconscious and subconscious mind... directing your conscious mind to this design may remind the divine blueprint in you.
The ability to be firm, to clearly communicate and maintain our healthy non-negotiables, is what makes having meaningful and healthy relationships with ourselves and others even possible.
Sometimes, in an effort to be viewed as a "nice person", we allow people or situations to ultimately undermine the health of our internal state. We give in, remain quiet or let things slide when we shouldn't.
Yes, it is undeniably true that for us to be able to navigate our experiences consciously and healthily, we must have the ability to be flexible and to compromise. However, there are certain things, like our own internal peace or physical safety, that we should never offer up in compromise. We'd be much better served by openly and honestly addressing the situation, at a minimum, or compassionately leaving the situation altogether.
The term "healthy boundaries" is used frequently when discussing such topics. Yet, in a way, this idea can unintentionally lead people down egotistical paths that ultimately result in more separation between people rather than bringing them into greater communion with each other. It harkens to being on the defensive in the context of our relationships, to potentially being aggressive with other people, and can allow us to confuse being firm with being mean.
If anything, we can only engage with each other in healthy and meaningful ways when we are open and vulnerable, not closed off and protectionist. This is why contextualizing our fundamental relationship ingredients as "non-negotiables" is much more self-aware, much more cooperative and much more productive.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being firm and, in fact, it is an essential characteristic of a person living a conscious and intentional life. It is indicative of a person with a deep level of self-awareness, healthy degree self-worth and a heightened maturity.
A person who understands that being firm has nothing to do with being mean is person who not only has a meaningful and healthy relationship with themselves, but has the capacity to have meaningful and healthy relationships with others.
Happy Monday 🌺
I can admit I havent felt myself lately,
I honestly think its this cold ass weather & the fact that its pitch black at 4pm 😩
Had a great day back working out after a few days off celebrating passing my final 😍🙌🏽🎉
I feel really refreshed and ready to tackle some new goals this week 😊❤️
What are you training today? 💪🏽
Taking care of my momma’s skin with this Charcoal Rescue Mask 💗 Detoxifies, brightens and invigorates normal to oily skin. Provides physical and chemical exfoliation for visibly revitalized skin. Addresses signs of skin aging, breakouts, and dullness all at once.
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#Bloom series🌺The most gorgeous and gracious #富察皇后 in Sakura cape dress🌸designed and illustrated by @keifa.c