Third Chakra Mantra by Yoganonymous

Third Chakra ‪#‎Mantra‬:
-May I express who I am without fear

“We have no reason to harbor any mistrust against our world, for it is not against us. It has terrors, they are our terrors. If there are dangers at hand, we must try to love them. And if only we arrange our life according to that principle which counsels us that we must always hold to the difficult, then that which now still seems to us the most alien will become our most intimate and trusted experience.” – Rainer Maria Rilke

“If this chakra isn’t working properly you may you feel as though the world is against you and everything is out of your control.”
– By Silvia Mordini, Life Inspired Happiness Coach published by YOGANONYMOUS

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More Peace, Please by Silvia Mordini on Yoganonymous

We cannot just wish for change.

We cannot just wish for peace.

We have to take action.

“We are ALL the LEADERS now.”

It’s time and we are ready for more peace, please.

Love yourself, love day, love your life! Love.The.World.

Teach Peace.

Read the entire article here.

Many mixed hands all give the "V" hand signal indicating Peace or Victory, as they reach up into a heavenly blue background, lit from above and glowing, with plenty of copy space..

Monday Mantra There is No Need to Struggle

‪#‎Monday‬ ‪#‎Mantra‬ by Silvia Mordini, Life Inspired Happiness Coach

**Instant peace and calmness came over me while I practiced reciting this mantra to myself: “THERE IS NO NEED TO STRUGGLE.”

Ask yourself right now, “Can you live with what life is offering you?” When we find neutrality in our mind we let go of judgment about what is happening. We no longer fight against the now. Instead, we save our strength and behave with compassion towards those people and circumstances we cannot control.**

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In Pursuit of the Alchemy of Happiness by Silvia Mordini

Happiness is in our genes. According to geneticists we have an “inborn” happiness set point of about 50 percent that we return to whether good or bad things happen. We have a 10 percent influence based on environmental factors and up to 40 percent that is affected by “intentional activity.” In pursuit of happiness here are my suggestions for making the most of this 40 percent:

P10909116. Be Around Positive People Be mindful of who you let into your closest energy field. Many researchers in cognitive neuroscience propose that in human brain activity we have a system of imitating by way of “mirror” neurons. In a basic sense, this means the behavior of others may impact how we act and cause our minds to simulate observed actions. Negative influences can impact even the most positive people. Be empowered to foster friendships where you feel a balance between giving and receiving. High-vibe friends will support your intentions to elevate yourself and the world. Those with consistently negative vibes you may want to reconsider.

– See more at Yoganonymous here

David Bowie: Remembering the Seeker, Defender of Fun and Hero by Silvia Mordini

We can be heroes, just for one day” — ‪‎David Bowie‬

bowielennonyokoHis ultimate legacy is his example of Acceptance before it was politically correct or incorrect or trending well. He fit out. What he wore, how he sang, what lyrics he chose, how he lived, were a testament to his authenticity. Ultimately, there is nothing more heroic than being oneself in a world where conformity is the easier option. -By @inspiredyogagal via @yoganonymous

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Why I’m Quitting and You Should Too

Dearest Soul Friends,
I am proud of the lifetime of trial and error it took to gather the experience to write this article which took over 2 years to complete. My best advice? “Life is too short to settle.”

“What if we aren’t quitting enough—and not the other way around?

Maybe instead of reading articles titled “Why You Should Stay in Your Job” we should instead consider “Why You Should Quit Your Job” and “How You Should Quit Your Relationship.” We need to stop allowing ourselves to be shamed by quitting things, people, and situations that don’t support our happiness.”

All of this has allowed me to open up more positive space. Hope you’ll have a read and share if inspired. Love yourself – Quit something today! –Silvia

PS I suggest 15 things to consider quitting, read on. What have I quit? Toxic job, relationship and most of all worrying about what other people think about my life.

Read on here

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Surviving the Love Hangover After Your Yoga Teacher Training Ends by Silvia Mordini

Here I describe the 4 Stages of Surviving the ‪#‎LoveHangover‬ After Your ‪#‎YogaTeacherTraining‬ Ends. You’ll want to read this if you’re in training or just finishing up. My loving advice from my heart to yours. Thank you YOGANONYMOUS for publishing!

My next ‪#‎AlchemyofYoga‬ 200 hour training is Aug 1-22, 2015 it’s filling fast! Apply today, I’d love that.

The article can be found right here

Congratulations! You have just graduated from a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training.

Now is the time for a celebratory green juice and namastes all around. Perhaps you’ve already taught some Karma yoga, meaning you were so excited to teach that you did it for free as a labor of love. Your friends and family are finally on board with what you’re doing because they can see how it lights you up from the inside out. You might even have folks asking you to teach them yoga.

So what comes next?

4 Stages of Surviving the Love Hangover After Your Yoga Teacher Training Ends

What is Yogapreneurship?, by Silvia Mordini

Yogapreneurship means creating a yoga business you love that is sustainable, inspiring and profitable through aligning your personal, spiritual and business goals.

Yogapreneurship is for the socially conscious business yogi who is continuously evolving…..

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Hello, I’m A Recovering Yoga Pose Junkie

When I started yoga, it never entered my mind that there was “advanced” yoga.

I began the practice as therapy after an accident where I was hurt emotionally and physically. I was the youngest yogi in my local community college class by a good 25 years. I felt like bambi, learning how to take those first, feeble steps. When I think about those kind spirits in my first few classes, I realize that they are some of the most “advanced” yogis I’ve shared time with. As I continued practicing, I became hungry for more. I found the only yoga studio within a 30 minute radius, and discovered classes that were leveled and had all sorts of complicated names. It was a different energy.

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Love Yourself: Why You Should Design a Self-Care Program

When is the most important moment?

NOW. Who is the most important person? YOU. What is the most important thing to do? TAKE CARE. Practicing yoga means taking time get in touch with caring about ourselves—something that is essential to a productive, peaceful life. Developing an attitude of self-care means seeing yourself as the author and expert on your life story. Authoring one’s own life assumes some measure of authority and requires appreciating yourself, which is something many of us don’t ever do.

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