There is a story that says- we are sourcing from one, a reflection, a fragment, a piece of one truth, one whole.
This story says: unity is the only place we come from, and the only place we go.
Through this conscious stream of connection and perception- we experience multiple dimensions of reality. Our mind-consciousness creates our thoughts… Which begin to create waves. These waves generate a vibration, a sound which manifests into our experience of time and space.
Isn’t it completely crazy that we actually create our reality through the power and potential of our thoughts- and we are each fragments of one- experiencing and perceiving reality through different lenses… All feeling and sensing different realities, but ultimately, all just one.
This story gives me hope.
This story shows me a higher path of compassion, love, and empathy....
It seems to happen so quickly… Our long, extended days begin to shorten bit by bit, the air catches a cool little drift, the leaves on the trees begin to shift and fall. It’s not long after the peak of August that we begin to feel those seasonal shifts, perhaps literally, and always energetically.
August always seems to be packed with activity and summer fun… Leo brings us love and life and fiery movement!
Virgo with September brings us back to a more grounded space- We begin to look forward, make plans, and slow down again. It’s the tipping point toward that inward journey. The light and sunshine are usually still there, but there tends to be a palpable energy that begins to whisper… Slow down… Time to check in.
For many, it’s back to school… It’s organizing and reality checks and creating new intentions for what always feels like a new year.
Rituals feel important during these seasonal...
A few of our clients have asked us if we are willing to create a library of the recorded live classes we teach in case the live class times do not align with their schedule.
I want to dive into this a little bit!
Our community is founded on the principle: connection is everything. Our initial intention was to cultivate real connections with real people through an online platform.
Daily Ritual was created based on the realization that online classes via zoom or other video conferencing were hugely successful in terms of delivery, accuracy, efficiency, and connection building.
We know there are a lot of online studios whose primary offering is pre-recorded content. There is no shortage of information, content, and videos online. You can hop on YouTube- where any thing you could ever want to know is easily accessible- and at no cost.
At Daily Ritual, we are dedicated to the success, alignment, and healthy growth of our students. We...
By Tara Adkins, Primal Movement Teacher
Our current lifestyle doesn’t facilitate a healthy posture. It’s not something that’s really taught anymore. We know we should have better posture but don’t know how. We sit most of our day. We sit in chairs that don’t take the human form into consideration.
We’re told to strengthen our core but are given exercises that only shorten the stomach further, without any focus or awareness that the core is not just the stomach but instead something that’s 3 dimensional. It wraps all the way around and travels up through the center of the body. The placement of the ribs, hips, and even the head are all essential to unlocking this mystery of how to improve posture.
We don’t really teach specific exercises to improve posture. We focus more on functional movement. Personally, the key for me has been the practice of Primal Movement. Through this practice we learn...
If you practice meditation on a regular basis, you probably already know all of these terms, and may even have a different definition for some of them. This article is more for the person who wants to learn more about meditation before diving in, so to speak. So let’s begin with some simple terms that you might hear in a class.
An asana is the pose, or position, you are in when you do formal meditation. Examples would be the full or half Lotus, kneeling, or sitting in a straight back chair. We’ve all seen the pictures of someone sitting in the lotus position, eyes closed, forefingers and thumbs touching, or hands positioned in the prayer mudra, with palms together at the center of the chest.
In the Hindu and Bhuddist religions, japa is the repetition of a mantra or divine name (more on mantras below). You may chant it, whisper it, or speak it within your mind.
More than a wall hanging pattern, the mandala is a sacred diagram used as an...
If you are looking for a scientific and spiritual practice to help you regulate your nervous system and enter altered states of consciousness without the use of drugs, then conscious connected breathwork (CCB) may be for you.
The International Breathwork Foundation defines conscious connected breathwork as a breathing technique where you connect the inhale with the exhale, with no pauses. DailyRitual.live teacher Elisha Jane puts it this way: “Conscious Connected Breathwork is a practice of returning to our natural, connected, and flowing breath. CCB is a three part breathwork practice including: full, vibrant, active inhales, followed by surrendered, soft, “let go” exhales, connecting the inhale and exhale with no pause, and remaining conscious with the breath and present in the body the entire time.”
Conscious Connected Breathwork is a gentle, psychotherapeutic process practice that can help you unveil and lift unprocessed emotion...
Yoga is an ancient mind and body practice dating back more than 5000 years. Various styles of yoga combine physical poses or postures (known as asanas) with breathing exercises, and meditation, or relaxation. Yoga harmonizes development of the body, mind, and spirit. The continued practice of yoga will lead you to a sense of peace and well-being, and also a feeling of being at one with your environment.
Sound too good to be true? We can understand why you might think so, but there are scientific studies to back up the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of yoga. Keep reading to learn more.
The health benefits of yoga are wide-ranging, and encompass your physical health, mental health, and spiritual health. When you practice yoga, you are working on all three areas at once. That is part of the beauty of this ancient art. Whether you’re a beginner or have been practicing yoga for years, learning about all of the benefits will...
Here at DailyRitual.live, we offer several levels of online, interactive primal movement classes. When we refer to primal movement, we mean classes that go beyond traditional yoga, to incorporate Bowspring, Budokon, martial arts, functional movement, and more. Primal movement helps maintain the natural curves of the spine and balances your body with holistic and engaged movement. And by using the inclusive name of primal movement, we can remain open, unique, expansive, creative, and free.
In primal movement classes, we:
Whether you’re looking for a new fitness routine, to improve balance and posture, to improve flexibility or just want to try something new, primal movement may be just the thing. We...
You may have heard the term manifestation thrown around lately. There are enough books on manifestation to fill a library. But just what is manifestation? Whether you’ve been manifesting successfully for years, or you’re new to the topic, today we hope to share some insight into the principles of manifestation.
Simply put, manifestation is turning a thought or desire into its physical equivalent. In other words, if you can dream it or imagine it, you can use the power of manifestation to create it in your life.
“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.” ~Henry David Thoreau
The word manifestation comes from the Latin root “manifestare” which means “make public.” So when you manifest, you make your goals and dreams public. You stop daydreaming about them and bring them into the physical world.
Whether you realize it or not, you are always manifesting, Whether...
Here at DailyRitual, many of us practice meditation daily. The habitual process of training our minds to focus and redirect our thoughts has helped us and our clients in too many ways to count. You can think of meditation as exercise for your brain. And just like any exercise, meditation yields benefits.
The benefits of meditation affect your mind, body, and soul. While we break down the benefits, you will realize that the physical, mental health, and spiritual benefits are all intertwined.
Research shows that there are numerous physical benefits of meditation. And when we say physical benefits, we don’t mean building muscle or increasing flexibility. The physical benefits are more subtle, but can include:
Stress can wreak havoc on your body, with increased heart rate, high blood pressure, fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, and more. Chronic stress can lead to multiple physical and mental...