Kula Blogs — yoga

My One True Love...My Eye Pillow

Posted by Deborah Green on

My One True Love...My Eye Pillow
One of the benefits of the eye pillow is the gentle pressure it places on the eyes, stimulates the vagus nerve. Add to this, beautiful slow breathing into the belly & we can enter a state of pure bliss.

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3 Ways To Use Your Rose Quartz Crystal

Posted by Deborah Green on

3 Ways To Use Your Rose Quartz Crystal

Rose Quartz embodies the feminine energy…love. Rose Quartz is linked to the heart chakra as it is said to reflect compassion, love, healing & forgiveness.

Love is the most important energy in the universe. The more we can align with love the more at ease we feel & connected to our true self & to each other.

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How I Use The Karma Calming Mist

Posted by Deborah Green on

How I Use The Karma Calming Mist

Instead of scrolling (which makes my eyes sooo tired), I “mist” around myself, I set a timer & I enjoy a guided meditation. If I’m meditating in public, I can zone out my surroundings far more with a guided meditation than a silent one, otherwise there are too many distractions for me.

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Why a Meditation Space is the Ultimate Gift to Yourself

Posted by Deborah Green on

Why a Meditation Space is the Ultimate Gift to Yourself
Home is a place where we (should) feel safe & protected. These are our basic needs. We invest in our home comforts with carefully chosen furniture that reflects our personal style, we have comfortable sofas & favourite chairs that we love but what if your home doesn’t have a space for your soul to sit?

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How Dropping Alcohol Helped my Perimenopausal Symptoms

Posted by Deborah Green on

How Dropping Alcohol Helped my Perimenopausal Symptoms

Almost immediately I felt awake & less groggy in the morning. The “meh” feeling lifted, depression was not as intense, tetchiness lifts & my patience levels came back like an old friend, I felt so damn good I do not plan on returning to that nightly habit.

Here are some tips that helped me;

 

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