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  1. Amanda…Heather here from Chronicles of a Neophyte Yogi. I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blog Award – I hope that you do not mind. I absolutely love reading your posts – the humor, the rawness and vulnerability, and the outright reality of life and the lessons you are, and have, been through. I think you are an incredible soul. Love & blessings to you! xoxoxox

    1. Heather! THank you for the nomination. THat makes me feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside. I’m so glad that you get something good out of this blog of mine. I’ll tell you, it has been such an important part of getting comfortable with myself and the exchanges and conversations that come from the posts are my favorite part of it all. Big hugs!

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  3. I enjoyed your post. You and I are in a similar transition from old habits. I dropped the cookies, the coffee is reduced, but the wine is hanging in there! It may be the last to go. The path to enlightenment begins with patience, proceeds through gratitude, and ends with love. Namaste Amanda

  4. Amanda, I’ve been enjoying your blogs for a while since Chase Bossart (my teacher at Healing Yoga Foundation) first turned me on to them. I wanted to pass on a personal note concerning when somebody “gets” yoga.

    I’m 62. I’ve been practicing since I was 16 when I turned to yoga (pranayama and meditation, mostly) to quiet anxiety. Over the years, my practice has become deeper and I’ve also realized that yoga gives you exactly what you need when you need it. Sometimes you need the physical aspects. Sometimes you need to feel connected with something far larger than yourself. Sometimes you need to quiet the mind and hear that still small voice inside. Sometimes you need the guidance of Patanjali as you walk through the ups and downs of life.

    As Krishnamacharya said in the Yoganjalisaram: “There is the practice of yoga, of the body, mind and atma – always fruitful, and it gives to each through practice what he seeks.”

    Keep on writing. I’m enjoying reading!

    1. Catherine, your comment really speaks to the depth and richness of this practice. As you say, there are many ways that yoga can ‘give us exactly what we need,’ making it a practice that is worthwhile and useful from the age of 16 to 62 and beyond. I don’t know that we ever actually ‘get’ it… that the practice no longer has something unexpected or surprising to offer. In my time with the practice, I see that how it gets deeper and more interesting.

      I’m so inspired by long-time practitioners and I appreciate that you take time to read here and to comment. and I love your website. 🙂

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