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Today's FREE video is a short mantra practice: Ahum Prema  I Am Divine Love 

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Hello Beautiful Soul,
   How are you today?

    I write to you today with a full heart :)

Yes, times have been rather crazy.
Yes, the shockwaves of everything we have been going through are still a-rumbling through us all.
But yes, the world is still a beautiful place despite all of its many challenges and imperfections.

  I am really feeling how the simple things make all the difference. If we make the intension we can relish the beauty of the tree outside the window, the comfort of our pets, the cup of tea in our hands and empower this gratitude in our hearts to uplift us.  We can remember all the things that are good in our lives, give thanks for these myriad blessings that are often an overlooked part of the day and acknowledge the boundaryless love that unites us to each other; brothers, sisters, mothers, daughters, fathers, sons and friends.

    This week I feel huge gratitude for the people in my life, the laughter and music shared, the truth, the kindness and the love between us. I feel soo blessed to know such amazing people and to have the opportunity to commune with yet more awesome people like you through these words, videos, songs and the messages and comments I receive in response.

It's all love baby!

   It is this limitless love that lives in the heart of each of us that holds our greatest potential and of course our greatest enjoyment. Todays video is a little mantra practice in this spirit- I very much invite you to join along:

Ahum Prema  
I Am Divine Love 

  A cute little melody to remind us that our highest truth is inside each of us, that behind everything our hearts are always beating a steady rhythm of love sweet love- and this friends is the truth of who we really are.

   I hope you enjoy!
      Namaste
             :) s

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Yoga worked its magic on me that very first day and it has been a mainstay of my life ever since- through good times and bad, through health and injury, through times of celebration and deep inner work, yoga has always been there for me.
It is my honour and great pleasure to be a yoga teacher.

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