Fabulous writing appears effortless, simple and crystal clear. Yet, the most engaging words often require tight editing and a real handle on the craft of writing. Like anything, writing takes practice and can be developed and learned. Make your writing perceptive,...read more
Think you’re too spiritual to have someone challenging in your life? Not even that one difficult person? Perhaps someone in your office, a friend, professional colleague or, most likely, a family member? Most of us have at least one testing person that keeps us...read more
Intuition is as natural as breathing, sleeping or eating. All of us have intuition. Some of us are more open to this capacity, and connection to higher information, than others, but we can all deepen and develop our intuition with a few simple techniques and daily...read more
Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live. – Jim Rohn Nearly every second person seems to be talking about adrenal fatigue today or is suffering extreme tiredness. Adrenal fatigue or Wired Tired is fast becoming a real thing. The “how are you”...read more
“The man who has no imagination has no wings.” – Muhammad Ali Imagination is one of the great gifts of being human. It gives us profound joy and is like the exotic spices that turn a tasteless meal into a delight. If you’ve ever witnessed young children turn a trip...read more
I used to visit a woman who wore a mask. She was from Liverpool, a starkly witty, funny, irreverent and vibrant elderly lady, who just happened to have cancer. The illness had attacked her right eye, claiming it along with half her face. I was volunteering for a...read more
Some years ago, I was involved in a women’s circle where an older woman, while dancing vigorously after a deep internal process, had a spontaneous memory of a long-buried trauma. As she fell into the vast emotion of this trapped experience, she became unhinged,...read more
Some years ago I attended a yoga class where my flamboyant artist friend and yoga teacher shared an interesting sequence called The Five Tibetans. I immediately fell in love with this simple, short and totally useable sequence and it became a great resource that I...read more
In the heart of every woman beats the longing to sit with her sisters, to crack open, connect deeply and share her vulnerability, her joys, fears and her dreams. In ancient times the unfettered magic of the sacred feminine flowed freely. Her abundant fertility and...read more
Today Indigenous people are still deeply connected to rituals as an inherent part of their daily lives. This connection brings a sacredness and power to even the most “mundane” aspects of existence and it imbues basic tasks with love and connection. I’ve experienced...read more
Hi and welcome! I’m Azriel Re’Shel, Yoga Teacher, Writer, Editor and Workshop Facilitator. Mother of four beautiful children, Hawaiian Hula dancer, pianist, wannabe ukulele player, vegan and major worshipper of animals, especially cats! I’ve created this blog to share my musings about living a passionate and connected life.
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