Yogic philosophy is based on the premise that we are all one. That means that we are so intrinsically interconnected that there is no separation between us. That I am you, and you are I. Oneness means that I can’t be truly happy and healthy unless we are all happy and healthy. I feel this wisdom deep in my bones, even if my mind fights against it sometimes.
I don’t have an easy solution for world peace and happiness, however I do believe we all have a responsibility to each other and to leave this world a little better than we found it. Every time you purchase one of my eCourses, or sign up to Capturing Gratitude, you’re joining hands with me to practice yoga off the mat and to do your bit to make this world of ours a happier, healthier and more peaceful place to live. And for that I am deeply grateful.
This project aims to heal and restore life for millions of women and girls in India and Nepal who are impacted by sex slavery. Women and girls are trained to become iRest Yoga Nidra teachers, both for their own healing and to share these life changing teachings with other survivors.
Capturing Gratitude is a community happiness project with the lofty goal of increasing worldwide happiness.
The idea is simple, take photographs of things you’re grateful for, and share them online using #capturinggratitude.
Join the gratitude revolution and help us to increase global happiness.
“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.
I hope some day you’ll join us, and the world will live as one.”