How the Biology of Sex differs for Men & Women

Biologically speaking, a woman is made in such a way that when she has sex with a man (especially if no condom is used), her Yoni (vagina) will actually change shape to become the perfect fit for the Lingam (penis) of her lover.

The morphing of the Yoni, simultaneously morphs the woman’s brain and emotional function and she will begin feeling that this man is her mate.

She will find herself shifting into receptivity towards his behavioural quirks as her whole body-mind system begins believing that this is her man and she needs to adapt to receive him on all levels, becoming ‘his woman.’

What is Ayurveda?

Have you heard of Ayurveda?

It’s often referred to as Yoga’s Sister Science.

Essentially Ayurveda is a practical wellness tool for holistic living that was never separate from Yoga like it is now.

How to Harmonize your Hormones

In our culture, the biological processes that make women most powerful are also the ones that our modern culture fears, or at least views as problematic.

In ancient societies, menstruation, labour, and menopause were seen as crucial initiations that brought with them new heights of wisdom and respect.

Nowadays, menstruation is something to be ignored and hidden, labour and birth are heavily medicalised, and menopause is seen as a disease state to be managed.

Secrets of Self Diagnosis for Deep Healing

Yoga’s sister science Ayurveda teaches us how to heal deeply by looking for the root cause of a problem rather than just medicating a symptom.

As human being’s we have so much capacity for greatness but we often get in our own way.

Because we function not only on a physical level but a mental, emotional and spiritual levels too we can often get confused on what to treat when an ailment or illness shows up. 

Have you got the Winter Blues?

Anyone that knows me knows that I really don’t like the cold!

I’m so much of a Winter-phobe that I pretty much follow the sun around the planet living as a nomadic Yogini and chasing warmth.

I know I’m not alone in feeling like I suffer from ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’ and Winter’s can be a SUPER challenging time.

What Men want in Relationships…

Why is it that we completely understand where our girlfriends are coming from but when it comes to the men folk we are often baffled?!

Most of my studies of late have been about the polarity that exists between men and women.

Essentially – understanding the space in-between and how we can have more beautiful and balanced relationships.

Dream of having your own Eat, Pray, Love moment? Part One

I don’t think I’m alone in admitting that I loved the whole idea of Eat, Pray, Love.

And I don’t know about you but I devoured the book and watched the movie a gazillion times.

I mean, I loved it so much that I somehow even managed to manifest meeting the Brazilian beau in Bali! 

Dream of having your own Eat, Pray, Love moment? Part Two

Allow me to continue my story of my own Eat, Pray, Love experience in India…

Two days into the journey I was out on my own.

One of the concessions, I soon found out, was to leave Varanasi early and fly alone to Delhi on a cheap flight!

What should you experience when you practice Yoga?

Finding the balance you need from your Yoga practice in order to attain physical health and mental wellbeing is not as easy as it may seem.

The system of Yoga, as opposed to other forms of exercise is designed to balance the opposing energies within our body and mind.

Through practicing Yoga you should be learning to develop an acute awareness of your own body and mind and its innate intelligence system (your intuition).

The trick to learning to meditate

Meet Jacinta, at 52 and fabulous she is a beautiful and successful woman that has a nursing career that has her travelling the world as often as she likes.

She is super smart and as the nature of her job suggests, she is thoughtful, extremely loving and caring beyond words.

Yet Jacinta, just like so many other’s in this busy world was suffering from the stresses of modern life – namely an overactive mind that never seemed to stop and an inability to really rest, relax and simply be. 

Working with the Nature of the Ego

For the first time in a long time I was really, I mean REALLY confronted by my Ego.

For me it was a lesson in facing my need for perfectionism. Or perhaps I should say my mind and ego’s need for perfectionism, my small self not my BIG Self – I’ll explain that a bit more later.

I’m sure I’m not alone in feeling the need to be good at most things and more to the point not sucking at new things from the get go!