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So far Danielle Saunders has created 19 blog entries.

Dancing with the Beloved: Masculine and Feminine Energies

We are familiar with rants of the opposite gender around trying to understand the inner workings of each other’s minds, hearts and spirits. How a woman versus a man responds can be radically different. The dynamic play of opposites, named as “feminine” and “masculine,” are seen externally in all relationships, whether straight or gay.

What can […]

April 15th, 2014|Blog|

Claustrophobia – Heeding the Call to Transform

Have you ever awoken on a sunny Sunday morning… And felt claustrophobic?

Wanting a life BIGGER than you are currently living. To feel MORE?

A soul longing… A soul calling…

So many ways to turn for this ultimate growth.

Beginning with self-inquiry and the turning inside for the play of the embodied Divine in ourselves.

And then externally… To find […]

April 8th, 2014|Blog|

Yoga of Smashing Your Face

I am enrolled in a yoga teachers training. I am at the point in my own exploration of yoga postures where, to make significant progress in my poses, I must make peace with the possibility of smashing my face to the ground. Actually, this is not a possibility, but a reality.

I am working on Bakasana […]

April 3rd, 2014|Blog|

Sitting With Simple Self in Emptiness

Emptiness. Sitting with alone/loneliness. The crevice of space. Facing the Other, as Self.

We all know the value in facing our fears, confronting challenging parts of ourselves, doing “the work,” as we call it in my circles. Distilling the lessons from the parts of ourselves we don’t like so much, working to accept these as integral […]

April 1st, 2014|Blog|

Internal Geography: Finding Yourself

I’m a map girl. I love geography; I find it relaxing. I remember a friend of mine in grad school said there was nothing more relaxing for her than to pay bills each day as they arrived in the mail. Well, that is how I feel about maps. (Not bills!)

I have a very good sense […]

March 17th, 2014|Blog|