Kate writes: It is very warm in England at the moment, which is rare. We thought we would go to our gym, which has an outdoor pool, and we knew it would be packed. I requested an MBO to find seats near the pool.
Do you allow love into your life? Do you cultivate your existing relationships with love and attention? Do you need to heal wounds from previous relationships and leave those burdens outside to dissolve?
In my dream, my dog was walking in front of me and would not listen. When we got to the car, I opened the door for him to get in, but he kept walking. I got nervous but knew if I went to find him with the car, he would eventually get in.
One of your books mentions an opening to heaven, or a waiting area, where we go after we die. Is it necessary to go there? Do we all go there after death, or can we go straight to heaven? I’ve read about people who are reincarnated seconds after the old body dies. How can this be?
Kathy H., New York: I was referred to you by my friend, Molly. I would like to discuss my seven-month-old Polish dwarf bunny, Freya. I was going to have her spayed, but her bloodwork came back with high liver enzymes.
What are we doing with what we have? This question can often be eclipsed by what is going on in our lives. We tend to focus on what is not working rather than what is working. This doesn’t mean we don’t want to problem-solve.
Our first 2020 pose focuses on oneness. To be seated in a bound state of stillness will deliver insight, healing, and expanded consciousness for a new path forward. The Badda Komasana is a classic posture creates and supports hip flexibility and rest.
Maria: I looked up and squinted into the sunlight, seeing the features of Child of Water — one of our cosmology hero twins who is comparable in energy to Buddha or Jesus — forming out of the gold-spun rays of the sun.
Tom writes: We recently had some drama at our house. We kept our grandbaby Brynna for a Sunday afternoon. When our daughter came to pick her up, she left the car unlocked and the key in the ignition to keep the air conditioning going.