Posts tagged "Judgement"

Five Reasons Others Think I am a Bad Mom

Five Reasons Others Think I am a Bad Mom
I notice the eye rolls and hear the whispers from ladies that haven’t quite gotten past high school (even though they are in their late 30′s).  I try my hardest not to let it bother me. According to some, I a bad mom. 1. I allow my daughter to draw on her baby’s head.  Nobody else... Read more »

You Might Be Surprised What Goes On Behind Closed Doors

You Might Be Surprised What Goes On Behind Closed Doors
I cautiously posted last week about the argument my man and I had about our schedules and child care. Surprisingly, I’m glad I did since some unique conversations have come out of it.  My mom mentioned that when she was my age none of her many mom pals ever talked about their problems with kids or marriage.  She assumed all her friends... Read more »

Don't Judge Me, Please

Don't Judge Me, Please
An important yogic principle is that of no judgment.  Ahimsa meaning non-violence explains the need for lack of violence in body, speech and especially thought.  Ahimsa is a challenge for experienced and novice yoga students to enter a crowded class and not judge all the skinnier, stronger and more experienced yogis effortlessly flowing into complicated poses.  Goswami Kriyananda explains that when... Read more »
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