I’ve run the gamut on responses to this question. Some, which I assume are Non-Christian favor Jesus’s humanity. Oddly Christians focus on his divinity, which I find misleading given the message is in how Jesus lived his life.
I don’t think it’s one’s faith in as much as what one chooses to believe in to be of concern. I see the issue as how one practices The Faith. My mother was Protestant Free Methodist, and my father Roman Catholic. It was perplexing to hear how my mother grew up believing going to the movies and wearing makeup was a sin. So was playing the Ave Maria in church. Not to my father.
It was confusing for us as kids. So, in my honest opinion it is something that needs to be talked about beforehand. How one practices and makes their spirituality palpable and real. I believe that for a harmonious relationship, these important rituals need to be agreed upon and valued equally. Cheers!
For the twentieth release, Teho, Ceas and Aalson teamed up for a brand new track called Hysteria. Each of them, with their own influences, added his personal musical touch to make a pretty versatile title. The result is more than coherent! Dreamy, energetic, catchy, we can find a lot of adjectives to define Hysteria, but the best is to make your own opinion! Enjoy! Petites Pépites
Welcome to your Dedicate Day 19 yoga practice!
You know how to listen to your body.
So today, we start with some supine pranayama (and a little philosophy of course too) and we pull back another layer of the onion.
Dedicate this 20 minutes to listening to what matters most.