Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina



One Day at a Time

Taking one step at a time makes life much easier to navigate, rather than always looking at the big picture.   The years of our life do not arrive all at once; they greet us day by day. With the... Continue Reading →


Digesting that the first day of spring came and passed was a toughie—and not just because the park outside my apartment still looks like the forest from the Blair Witch Project. Rather it’s because of how fast entire seasons—and thus, years—seem... Continue Reading →

Your Last Breath

Sometimes the only way we can see the beauty of life, is to remind ourselves that it is finite. Procrastination is an almost universal human habit and one that infiltrates nearly every aspect of our lives. Modern existence is so... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Aging

March 9, 2017,   7 minute read by Mark Manson Today is my 33rd birthday. And because I’m so old now, I wanted to take an opportunity to make some observations about the experience of aging. Your early 30s are an interesting... Continue Reading →

Principles of Productivity and Achievements

 Here are five Favorites: 1. Follow the 80/20 Rule. 20% of our inputs are responsible for 80% of our outcomes. Therefore, it would stand to reason that the ultimate “hack” is to identify and spend time on what has the potential... Continue Reading →

On Fear of Death. “The Sister of Sleep”

Bach beautifully called Death "The sister of sleep". In the third part of the amazing Indian Epic of Mahabharata, a powerful spirit named Yaksa asks the oldest of the Pandava , Yudhistira, what is the greatest of all mysteries? The... Continue Reading →

How to build the Life we want in the Time we’ve got- Gaining Control over our Free Time

Gaining Control over our Free Time |The main problem we have in our lives. We don't build the lives we want by Saving Time |We build the lives we want and then Time saves itself. Find 30 minutes to exercise... Continue Reading →

Time crystals might exist after all – and they could break space-time symmetry Movement without energy.

First proposed by Nobel-Prize winning theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek back in 2012, time crystals are hypothetical structures that appear to have movement even at their lowest energy state. This ability violates a fundamental symmetry in physics called time-translation symmetry, but physicists have... Continue Reading →

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