About myinnermystic

a yogini's reflections and insights into her healing, transformation, and journey of the heart Three highly transformative “events” changed the trajectory and landscape of my life and heart: 1) The biggest relationship of my life ended in a giant “ka-boom.” The circumstances of the ka-boom and the loss of “my person” was extremely emotionally traumatic. I was devastated, hurt to my very core. I have never been in so much pain and I grieved hard for a very long time. I remember how hard my dad cried when my brother died (my brother was 27 and I was a senior in college). My dad sobbed with every muscle in his body and from the depths of his core. That is how hard I cried, that is how deep and profound the hurt and this loss was for me. To continue reading, visit "About the Author" on my blog.

We Knead Love

I believe to love and be loved is our most fundamental need and our highest calling in life.

Sustained love requires commitment and devotion.  Similar to the act of kneading dough, love takes effort.  At times kneading (and needing) can be frustrating.  Both dough and love can be gooey and messy.  Anyone who has ever worked with dough knows it can stick all over your fingers and to the surface on which you work.  Just as in kneading dough, love is not for the faint-hearted.  Love tests our inner strength and our emotional endurance.  Love asks for our unwavering commitment and devotion.

Continue reading