Bloom like a lotus

Kathy Krugercontentment, love, yoga5 Comments

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The lotus flower is a powerful symbol of unconditional love and enlightenment, which is why I chose it as beautiful inspiration to lead my first yoga workshop. Held in the heatwave, two days before Valentines Day, I urged my students to start with self-love and let love blossom outwards from there. While the rose, that ridiculously expensive symbol of Valentines … Read More

Kathy KrugerBloom like a lotus

What do you see?

Kathy Krugercontentment, gratitude, perspective25 Comments

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I love watching clouds form all puffy in the sky and watching their reflections in water too – trying to spot animals, shapes and even signs, discerning subtle messages in the sky and on the shimmering water – a floating canvas. Lately I’ve been cloud-spotting reflections in the lake out the back from the vantage point of our brand new … Read More

Kathy KrugerWhat do you see?

Open your heart

Kathy Krugerlove, yoga10 Comments

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What does it really mean to ‘open your heart’? It means being vulnerable. It means opening your heart to your own precious love so you might love others. It means not allowing fear, or guilt, or shame, or any kind of judgment to close your heart down in any way. Your rib cage protects your heart – and it can … Read More

Kathy KrugerOpen your heart

I love you (100th post)

Kathy Krugerbalance, contentment, gratitude, love, yinyang32 Comments

The lifestyle I love

I love you for reading my 100th post and for joining me along this blogging journey for however long you’ve been here. I thank you. But the YOU I’m writing to in the title of this post, is in fact myself! Let me explain. I wondered what would be right to write for a 100th post, which is a milestone … Read More

Kathy KrugerI love you (100th post)

Love the person, not the reflection

Kathy Krugeradoption, love, motherhood, yinyang2 Comments

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As my children are adopted, they don’t look like me (and luckily for them haven’t inherited my funny feet). I look at them with love (of course) even though I can’t see my physical resemblance in them – or perhaps because I can’t. So I am free to pile on the praise about how beautiful my daughter is (skin deep) … Read More

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