It is during the colder months of the year that I like to bake and it is also a great time for deeper studies. This month we finish up the Awakening Your Heart book review and what an awesome inspiring book it truly was. I have attached the easy ten minute recipe for you on the Valentine’s Day Bark and the video to finish up the book.
I just have to share that most of you have been with me at least three to five years on here but by doing this book review/video sessions I have to mention we now gained 25 new followers in the past two months. I appreciate your comments and emails so welcome and thank you for being a part of something bigger then we realized it might ever become.
In reviewing this book and giving my two cents as well as listening to others comments and thoughts on the subject matter I have to say it is so interesting that in a world as large as ours that at the end of the day we all really have similar struggles and feelings.
I’ve been watching a series Rome an older HBO series from 2005-2007 and looking back the Romans too shared the same life and relationship situations just in a different era and with an entirely different set of rules. It’s a very good series to watch by the way follows history to some degree with the added for good ratings television parts of course.
I have been suffering with my arthritis and other health issues for a long time and I have always been a warrior since starting yoga in 1997. I started a new treatment this month, this has really put a change in my exercise practices but not in my determination for good health and a positive spiritual path. My point in sharing this is to say to you that we can each find our practice daily whether it is physical or meditative or a little of each or just by doing a good deed for another being. Yoga is bliss, remember that and may you find your yoga of the day.
I have been reading “The Science of Yoga” By William Broad and have decided that will become our next book review so please pick up a copy at Amazon Kindle or buy the hard covered book like I did and dig in (to the bark and the book of course).
Until Next Time Stay Warm My Friends,