A true warrior
9 Real Life Benefits of a Daily Meditation Practice
A true warrior uses the power of their own consciousness to destroy animosity, fear, anger and hate. A true warrior does this by including instead of excluding. By embracing without rejecting. And by loving the unlovable till they open in surrender.
I dive in
Reflecting on your life is a powerful skill to have. It instills a sense of gratitude, self-love and appreciation for everything you’ve been doing for yourself… instead of always focusing on what you’re yet to achieve.
Knowledge is Power!
I dive in. I dive down. Through blackness so dense I have to assure myself it’s safe. Layer through layer. Each time deeper. Till I reach what I believe is the bottom of the ocean.
Puja supplies for Vedic meditation teachers
There is a need for deeper knowledge and wisdom in this world right now. Knowledge that is uncensored and contains a wide range of thoughts, discussions and topics, both positive and negative.
Mastering the Mind Warp
After years of teaching and thousands of pujas, I thought to share the contacts I have made to create the most sustainable, locally sourced and natural puja kit possible! When I visit India, and see the devotion that is expressed through their daily ceremonies, it’s inspiring. But then when I see the trash and plastic waste that pollutes the land and rivers after the ceremony is over, my heart sinks.
Getting flow in daily life
Recently, I met someone that I knew straight up, was out of the ordinary, yet somehow was strangely familiar. It struck within me that infrequent state of fear, nausea and self doubt when your heart opens; or what I like to call the mind warp.
Laura on The Vista
TRAVEL + MEDITATION
Each time I come to Bali, I always go to the ancient ‘Sebatu’ waterfall temple dedicated to Shiva. It’s a powerful purification experience as you wade knee deep along a small river to this thundering waterfall that comes pouring out of slick black rock.
Varanasi - Shiva's City
Here’s an interview I did about meditation and India with Julia Ashwood from The Vista… a unique travel guide for the modern nomad. The Vista is a beautifully styled showcase of inspirational people, unique destinations, carefully curated travel guides.
I woke up at 2am this morning to go to the Vishwanath Temple, also known as the Jytotirlinga Shiva Temple, in Varanasi. It’s usually only open to Hindus and they make it a challenge for foreigners to get in.