#vegan #veganfood #food #yoga #ahimsa #plantbased This recipe is inspired by the minimalist baker. As I was doing my groceries, and by now most of you know that my shopping happens mainly in the fruits and vegetable section these days:), I saw these beautiful portobellos. Up to now I haven't really been experimenting with these amazing mushroom but that's totally about to change! I had a look at a few recipes for ideas on what to do with these enormous umbrellas and found thi
#yoga #sacred #spiritual #yogapractice #ashtanga #temple #faith #meditation While in Mysore learning from my teacher I find some time for reflecting upon different aspects of the practice. During conference my teacher mentioned that "the whole purpose of yoga is to become spiritual, yoga is all experience, there is no achievement in that, experience without expectation". That got me thinking. In fact what attracted me to Ashtanga Yoga was the sincerity, how it required me be
#mask #betruetoyourself #yoga #beyourself #takeoffthemask #freedom #free #yogapractice Riding on a train from Hamburg to Berlin enjoying the green fields flying past, watching the beautiful artworks on the walls as we move station to station. Admiring the layers of colours painted all over the city, I can't help think that just like these painting and graffiti we can also brush ourselves in any colour or shape that we see fit for the society that we live in. I remember back i
#yoga #practice #consistency #curiosity #yogalifestyle One of the first excuses we tend to make when we don’t keep up with our practice is that we don’t have the time. We are all busy, however, it’s always possible to find time for the things that matter most to us. When I started yoga my practice was very unsteady and inconsistent. Every time I would get on my mat I felt a sense of pain and unease. I remember reading an article about the Ashtanga practice and how the daily p
#impact #influencers #yoga #lifestyle #choices How do our actions affect other people? Sometimes we know and sometimes we don’t. Life is full of opportunities to leave an impact on others, positively or negatively. Our actions or the lack of action are always choices we make, but the aftereffect of these choices often times live on in the memory of those people we have come in contact with. I recently came across this paragraph, thought it was interesting: “The culture seen t
#belonging #home #yoga #ashtanga #bliss #yogajourney You’d think having a Korean mother and a Lebanese father would be enough of a mix, but add Iran on top of that, since we were living in Teheran for the first 16 years of my life. In many ways I have been blessed with a wonderful scenario of experiencing totally different cultural views, beliefs and circumstances, but at the same time it has been challenging not being able to identify myself fully with any particular place.