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Here is a link to my latest free Mantra Video: Radha Ramana Haribol  



Hello Beautiful People, 

It's good to be back! 
I don't know about you but for me, life at the moment feels very full once again :) 

Having an 8-month-old baby is always going to be lots of work I suppose... but even aside from this the summer atmosphere is in full swing, many people surround me and many possible creative projects beckon. 

I am learning to surrender my expectations and enjoy the ride- and I am also learning to prioritise: This means saying yes to the things that really matter and to say no to the things that simply do not fit on my plate at the moment. I struggle with this one, at any point in time there are around 4000 things I would love to do! But my baby is teaching me that improving the quality of my life can happen when I reduce the quantity of things that I do and simply focus on what matters- with my whole heart and soul.

   For me yoga and mantras matter. 

Here is a link to my latest free Mantra Video: Radha Ramana Haribol  

more yoga videos soon on my general Youtube Channel and my Patreon.

I hope you enjoy and send you love and goodness wherever you are,
 :) s


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