Hello, Dharma Here
A devotee of the Divine, an eternal student and teacher of the Holy Science of Yoga, studio owner, gracious householder, modern mom, raw foodie, hot tea drinker, closet fashionista, urban priestess, seeker of ancient wisdom for the modern woman, and hard to find when the moon is new.
About Mindful Muse
Mindful Muse Sacred Circle is a group of Modern-Day goddesses who honor themselves, their families and friends, Mother Nature, and the world around us through yoga, ritual, ceremony, and everyday practical magick*!
Considered to be the source of the knowledge embodied in the poetry, songs, and myths that were related orally for centuries in ancient cultures, the Muse embodies artistic inspiration and creative spirit.
We are so accustomed to looking for happiness outside of ourselves. It's time to look within… where it has always been and will always continue to be. The Mindful Muse gives you a variety of usable tools, knowledge and experiences to return to your own True Nature.
Through deep inward exploration you will find your own insights and awakenings, practices and schedules, and creative bursts that will feed your soul… that ever-present and über powerful bliss within. Tap into that sacred spark within by infusing your spiritual tools with mindful intention, and calling upon divine grace and guidance in your everyday life.
*Magick is a method to reach a true understanding of yourself and to act according to your true will.
Become a Mindful Muse Member
Welcome to our Temple
*Bring the spiritual into everyday life through simple practices to help create balance.
*Honor the Divine through active prayer and mindful intention.
*Live in the present and no longer influenced by the past and future.
*Allows you to be in our natural state: happy, healthy and spiritual.
*Getting and being in touch with the natural rhythms of life.
*Begin noticing the miracles of every day life.
*Create a more harmonic way of being.
Practice becomes firmly rooted when attended to for a long period of time, without interruption, and with complete devotion.
-Yoga Sutra 1:14