My consistent spiritual practice began about six years ago, after I gave birth to my son Genesis. Like so many new moms I was exhausted, but the depletion was more than physiological; my spirit was shot. I needed to do something so I could continue to be a good mother to my children, partner to my husband, and friend to myself. My homegirl Erika suggested a Kundalini yoga and meditation retreat. She explained that kundalini energy rests in the base of your spine, and this practice would help creative, healing Divine Feminine energy rise through my body. Well – okay!
Here are six authentic ways that we can serve ourselves and others, through Dr. King’s own words, while honoring the doctrine of service by which he lived.
The power of our breath is a healing tool. In my daily practice, I hear from different patients that they cannot find the time for themselves, for their breath, for their own wellness. In just ten short minutes, we can spread peacefulness and calm in ourselves through our breath.
On National Booch Day (also known as National Kombucha Day), stay balanced with these kombucha flavors for each dosha.