This IS me--REMEMBER??; late winter-spring'11
I have 49 pics in my gallery
eliminating the unnecessary & adding to what's lacking
Nirvana, or whatever you want to call it, means the complete deconstruction of all of our rigid mental patterns and habits as well as the deconstruction of all of our limiting beliefs. This deconstruction creates a space for true inquiry. When we open our hearts and our minds completely, we are in a place where we can experience something new, a new truth, a new reality, a miracle that we haven’t experienced in the past. We can see things differently and they present new, expanded ...
Nirvana, or whatever you want to call it, means the complete deconstruction of all of our rigid mental patterns and habits as well as the deconstruction of all of our limiting beliefs. This deconstruction creates a space for true inquiry. When we open our hearts and our minds completely, we are in a place where we can experience something new, a new truth, a new reality, a miracle that we haven’t experienced in the past. We can see things differently and they present new, expanded opportunities, new horizons. Therefore an open mind is required. This is true not only in relationship to the truth but in relationship to everyday life as well.
-Anam Thubten *insert html hearts here*
I started making jewelry in late 2012! http://www.etsy.com/shop/BraceletChic
I maintained ~130 lbs for over two years. Life circumstances (a surfacing schizoaffective disorder, and my subsequently moving back in with the parents) found me having gained it all back!; so it's back onto spark to tend to business!
| current weight: 183.0
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Member Since: 5/16/2006
Fitness Minutes: 71,664
+ meditate every day
+ at least a sun salutation every day
+ downward dog-March 2013!
+ extended triangle-March 2013!
+ walk at least 2 miles/day
+ SWEAT: Burn ~1800 cals/week
+ STRENGTH training 3x/week 20 minutes: M,W,F
+ at least am or pm MEDITATION daily
+ make wise choices for my body from ALL FOOD GROUPS; practice moderation, variety, & balance (and GRATITUDE)!
+ drink WATER, grasshopper....
I'm 5'6.5 with a small-medium frame; RECENT MEASUREMENTS:
2007: 195+ lbs; size 16's tight.
(began steadily losing winter '08)
waist 37.5" hips 42.5" mom got me a haircut & pedi^^
healthy waist-hip ratio; time for yoga pants^^
healthy bmi; begin "source power" yogic arts^^
Winter '09 (1 year since weightloss began):
~I'm *not* "naturally" flexible--but I'm a yoga teacher.
~I lost 70lbs by gradually making changes I *wanted* to make in my lifestyle (and I'll lose it again the same way).
~I embrace my darkness with my ever new blissful LIGHT.
~I'm proud to be a Yogini-Buddhist-Hindu-Christian-mystery-di
-Truth (in case there is ever any confusion about that).
~I enjoy beading and jewelry making/repair.
~The surfacing of schizoaffective disorder when I was 30 depressed me into gaining all my weight back--but none of that will stop me.
~I heart kombucha, meditation, hugs, and fire.