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How to gift the perfect Mala
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Do you have someone truly unique in your life? Someone that inspires you? The gal pal that’s been by your side, or yoga instructor that’s encouraged you beyond words. Mala beads are spiritual forget-me-nots, carrying an abundance of vibrations, energy and intention. Choosing for a friend can be overwhelming, but not to worry! We’ve put together […] The post How to gift the perfect Mala appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
How to use your Mala in a Yoga Practice
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1) Grounding: Inhale, exhale… Grab your mat, blankets, bolster and blocks. Find a comfortable seated position with a straight spine rooting yourself into the mat. Gently close your eyes or soften your gaze allowing yourself to dive inwards. 2) Choose Your Mantra: Take a moment to choose your mantra to guide you through your meditative practice. […] The post How to use your Mala in a Yoga Practice appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
How to Choose Your Mala Beads
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More than just accessories, Mala beads are meditation tools that have been used for thousands of years. They encourage us to pause, breathe and realign with our deepest intentions. They motivate us to invest in moments of self-care and compassion. They’re our spiritual forget-me-nots, and they’re also beautiful. One of the questions we get asked […] The post How to Choose your Mala Beads appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
Time-Tested Health Benefits of Yoga
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For centuries, man has been on a seemingly never-ending quest to find the elusive fountain of youth. But is it really something as tangible as a spring of life-giving water, or perhaps simply a way of life? Although good genes help contribute to increased life expectancy and slow down the possible occurrence of degenerative diseases, many factors come into play to determine how long a person will live. One of these, undoubtedly, is having a healthy lifestyle. Consuming nutritious food and doing adequate exercise has been proven to stretch one’s lifespan by a few years. But some of us are...

Yoga For Kids: How Yoga Practice Can Help Your Kids
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Yoga practice has become a mainstream health and wellness activity for adults in recent years. But like in adults, yoga practice also has a lot of benefits for kids. Sharing the practice with children have significant advantages and it can be more than way it nourishes adults.  Yoga teaches kids about self-acceptance The first thing that kids will learn about yoga practice is to accept and cherish themselves just the way they are. Our society is sending various messages of inadequacy and with yoga, we can teach them to love themselves better. Learning yoga while they are young, imparts this...

Beginner Tips for Starting Yoga
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Much like the way people starts with something new, Yoga will feel like a struggle in the beginning. But with consistency and continuously learning from others’ experiences, it will get better. For many, yoga always seemed like a challenge. Other people are hesitant to start practicing as they feel shy, awkward or they feel like a fool for trying out. Most beginners feel this way, so do not feel discouraged. There are alternative ways for beginners to start learning yoga and become more confident in the practice. Here are some useful tips to help beginners: Start with the Basics While...

Howlite, The Gemstone of Awareness
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Howlite comes from borate mineral which is often polished and tumbled for fans and collectors. It was first discovered by Henry How in Nova Scotia in the 19th century. Howlite is usually white and porcelain-like gem but some gems are grey opaque or appear to be a porous stone with a black, grey or brown vein that looks like a spider web. This gem is often dyed with blue or green to look like the Turquoise gem or with red to resemble a Coral. It is known in other names like Sacred Buffalo, White Buffalo, Silico Boro Calcite, White Turquoise,...

Colorful Birthstones for the Month of July
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There are five birthstones for the month of July and these are ruby, sardonyx, onyx, carnelian, and sapphire.  Ruby Rubies represent wisdom, love, and health. It is the king of gems since it is the most valuable gemstone. Its value increases according to its quality and color. Ancient civilizations believed that wearing a red ruby will bring good fortune. The term ruby came from the Latin word ruber meaning red. It is the top choice for those who are in power and in love. Rubies were also believed to have the ability to preserve physical and mental health. During the...

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