Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina

Mindfulness – the most important thing to carry with you all the time

#dailyprompt #dailyprompt-2025 What is the most important thing to carry with you all the time? In the heart of ancient India, nestled between the vast mountains and serene rivers, there was a small village named Dharmapuri. The villagers often spoke... Continue Reading →

The Impact of Circadian Rhythms on Health and Well-being

The power of sunlight and the circadian rhythms- the why; In 2016, a groundbreaking study revealed the power of sunlight and the circadian rhythms for health and well-being. Just 30 minutes of morning sunlight could be more effective in treating... Continue Reading →


Mother Poem "What your mother left undone, women who are not your mother may do. Women who are not your lover love you. ....Befriend yourself: I couldn't have known to tell my mother that unless I'd learned it for myself.... Continue Reading →

The Chronicles of Prior Mistakes

The story about life in an alternate universe through the chronicles of prior mistakes story

NEW YORK in August – Manhattan 2023

Come explore with me.... #newyorkcity #lovetravel

Uninteresting Story “TO LOVE A RABBIT” #dailyprompt

"Scour the news for an entirely uninteresting story. Consider how it connects to your life. Write about that." — Daily Witting Prompy To Love a Rabbit: The Tale of the Town's Most Unremarkable Pet In the small town of Uninterestingville,... Continue Reading →

GRIEF & the Chakra System as a Holistic Framework Second Chakra (Part 3 )

SvadhisthanaSACRAL PLEXUSDesire /Symbolizes the UnconsciousSense of TasteEmotional MovementAnxiety The Sacral Chakra, also known as the birth plane of desire, symbolizes the unconscious. It is closely connected to the Sacral Plexus and Hypogastric Plexus, which are related to our overall emotional... Continue Reading →

GRIEF & the Chakra System as a Holistic Framework Root Chakra (Part 2 )

PELVIC PLEXUSConscious DomainSense of Smell\ Possessiveness\ Fear The feelings, perceptions, and bodily mechanisms associated with survival become particularly pronounced when we experience the death of a loved one. This can manifest as a deep, instinctual fear that challenges our ability... Continue Reading →

The Power of Active Imagination

As a Yoga therapist, I've always been fascinated by the transformative power of active imagination in the therapeutic process. This method, developed by Carl Jung, serves as a bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind, facilitating a dialogue around an... Continue Reading →

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