Sarah Hirsch Anonymous

Sarah Hirsch is a traveling writer, yoga teacher, and spiritual seeker currently taking up residence in the plains of Colorado. After having a firsthand experience with God in the verdant woods of the Pacific Northwest while practicing yoga, she has devoted her time and energy to strengthening her relationship with Spirit and inspiring those around her to open themselves up to the crazy, beautiful miracle of being human.

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Five Books to Help You Kickstart Your Yoga Practice

From the outside, the practice of Yoga can seem intimidating. Pictures of slim women ...

A Full Cycle: Start Your Day with Clarity, End Your Day with Rest

Life moves in cycles, a constant dance between beginning and end, birth and death. ...

Enlighten, Expand, Enjoy: Bringing Centeredness & Sanity at Festivals

Welcome to festival season! The summer is a magical time, with warm weather, long ...

Who Am I?: The First Step to Being Seen is Seeing Yourself

We all wear masks, it’s part of being human. We put on the costume ...

The Sleep of the Gods: Better Sleep, Better Life with Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is a practice that brings an individual into a ...

Understanding the Soul According to the Bhagavad Gita

What is the soul? It’s a question philosophers, theologians, and humankind in general has ...

Powerful Prayer: How to Make Smoking a Spiritual Practice

About one in four deaths from cancer occur from lung cancer, which often manifests ...

Utilizing the Niyamas as a Path for Personal Growth

The second limb of Yoga in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras is the practice of Niyamas, ...

Striking a Balance Between Spiritual Growth and Worldly Responsibility

“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having ...

Expanding Your World Through Restraint: Practicing Yamas, the First Limb of Yoga

“Without the Yamas, known as the ethical rules, there is no success in Yoga.” ...

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