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 The Lotus Links series grew out of our efforts to share inspiring tidbits and useful information to help your yoga practice blossom. Find out what we've discovered for you in today's edition. 

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In the realm of No Ego, there are no best, most incredible, most inspiring blog posts that will appeal to everyone, all of the time. There are, however, fun posts that make you smile, inspiring posts that become the impetus that gets you to try something different, informative posts that teach you something you did not know and even posts that introduce you to someone new or a different viewpoint on an old issue. Our Living Namaste Blog aspires to bring you all of these things. If you have a topic you would like to see featured in a post on our blog, be sure to drop us a line at info@namaste.tv, on Twitter or our Facebook Wall.

In reviewing our assortment of posts this year, it was pleasing to see the scope of topics we've touched upon. So much so, we couldn't settle on a mere ten, but had to add an...

11. Such an exquisite number could only be filled by a post about a woman of rare talent, inspiring perspective and uncommon strength. Our body building-graphic illustrating- yogini Rena Phillips is an exciting portrait of a yogini's continual journey and consequent revelations in finding life's balance. Rena continues to pursue her passion for bodybuilding, but with a continual eye on her health and mental balance. We are thankful to all the yoginis who shared their stories with us this year: AbbeyKattyWhitney our Sadhana Grand Prize Winner, Nicole, and our retreat hostess Sue.

2013 Sneak Peak - we are looking forward to introducing you to our first Namaste Yogi, but you might meet him in advance on our Facebook Wall.

Green Smoothies10. Who doesn't love a green smoothie? Kate showed us that even in the Vata season, where the cooling nature of a smoothie is often considered out of place, it can be tailored to be a wonderful addition to a fall diet. With that, we are compelled to turn our attention to …

9.  Nourishment. Our Meditation Moments are a wonderful place to explore all of the meanings behind the simple themes in our lives. Along with asking you to reflect on your personal state of nourishment, we also have explored...

8.Sounds. They can twist your bliss into a launch pad for a barrage of profanity! Perhaps this post will be of help in learning to let those sounds go that do not serve your purpose, but if you really need some space from them, you might look into a...

7.Retreat. Our Heather Gregory went on a rare excursion to find out what it was like to do yoga someplace other than her living room. In a very real sense, leaving her usual routine and surroundings was nothing short of a...

6.Challenge Pose.If you're looking to bring new life to your practice, this is a great thing to consider. Though a great many yogis are still striving to overcome what seems to be the gateway posture to a complete challenge pose addiction...

Crane Balance5.Crane Balance. Can you? Do you want to? We break it down step by step. If you have a tip to share, we encourage you to infuse our community with that positive energy and share! Of course, we should never forget that one of the lessons of any challenge pose is letting go of the ego and learning from the falls. The quintessential Namaste Yoga sequence for acquiring this skill has to be...

4.Dancing Shiva. The ultimate test of a patient spirit, receptive mind and malleable body,Dancing Shiva shows that balance can be found in asymmetry. Of course, in order to find this balance, you must find the...

3.Time to practice. Sometimes the greatest challenge we face is keeping at the forefront of our thoughts that we can only put forth our best intentions and efforts when we have taken the time to do what is needed to be our best selves. That said... sometimes the things we need to do are the everyday, mundane things; but guess what?

2.That can be yoga too. The very heart and soul of Living Namaste is exploring how to work the mindset and lessons learned on the mat into every facet of your life. Surely you can expect to find many more posts from us on this topic. This year, we managed to boil it down to a simple ...

Yoga Lessons, Yoga Mat1.Five Lessons to embrace on and off the yoga mat.

A countdown that ends with a countdown. So much like the never-ending circle of life, love, acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, openness, reception, stillness and perpetual change. "Every day we are different, every day we can change." We are infinite in our ideas and potential. It is with our heartfelt gratitude we thank you for being part of our community this year, and with joyous anticipation, we welcome you to a New Year of Namaste Yoga.

Namaste

 


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