Did you know we run medical camps as both a prevention and rescue tactic? By facilitating them inside of red light districts and in communities where children are at risk, we meet the needs that make children vulnerable to attack.
Will you partner with us this Christmas and help protect at-risk kids from traffickers? Share this post and visit the link in our bio.
The divine soul. 🦋💗✨ So many people attach value to the physical but to those who cannot see, they must rely on other senses to “judge.” Soul and consciousness/awareness are like lovers who fight and make-up all the time until they decide to just live and love the present moment. So key to recovery. 👌🏻🦋💓 Identify where the soul meets your body and channel that energy proudly like a beacon of light. Others will be able to “see” it, and love you for it. 🔮💫🌅 #bfrb#bfrbawareness
📝- 🎉 #YOGACHALLENGE ANNOUNCEMENT 🎉
This world needs some more kindness! If we all could be kind, the world would be a better place, for everyone. Yogis, don’t be afraid to act kindly, make kindness this new year resolution! #NewYearInKindness is our way to encourage you to feel a little more kind, regardless of the reaction 💛 especially because we'll start on Xmas day! And to lead by example, we’ve gathered a bunch of loving sponsors!
Your kind hosts:
The lovely sponsors:
@arctic.flamingo.leggings 🎀 (1 leggings)
@vayumudra 🎉 (1 bra)
@asanamt.it 🎊 (1 yogamat)
@rockinyogilove ✨ (1 crystal)
@everstretch 🌟 (1 yoga strap)
@panda.shopz 💠 (1 bracelet)
@vibratehigerofficial 💮 (1 top)
Just a track of poses:
Dec 25th - tree pose + prana mudra - be kind to your family, you have only one
Dec 26th - shoulder stand - kindness over disregard
Dec 27th - pigeon pose + lotus mudra - be kind to nature, clean your neighborhood
Dec 28th - dhanurasana - be kind to your significant one, your pet, even an object
Dec 29th - side plank - don't judge others, you don't know what's happening in their lives, respect them
Dec 30th - compass/8 angle - let someone sit/pass/eat instead of you
Dec 31st - ardha/chakrasana - care for someone else, tell a stranger something nice, bring a homeless some food or help a senior cross the road
Jan 1st - Yogi's choice - #treatyoself be kind to yourself!
To enter the challenge:
1 - Follow every sponsor and host, and set your profile to public so we can all see and give you love!
2 - Use the hashtag #NewYearInKindness and repost this flyer!
3 - Tag a couple of friends to join in: the more, the merrier!
🌟 Use the code “norayogini15” for a 15% discount on @vayumudra 🌟
I think we can all agree there are times during the holidays where we feel like yelling out “and a Merry Christmas to you too, buddy!!” But not in the nice way we’d prefer to say it, more in the sarcastic, I’m-gonna-blow-a-gasket type way. The hustle and bustle of getting the best deals and waiting in lines and trying to make it home before dinner can easily suck the patience and natural kindness out of anyone. Try to remember the real reason for the season, your blessings, and just be thankful and kind as often as possible. 🎄
Life is too short to get mad about a cashier who is taking her time who may just be doing the best she can to make ends meet for her family, or the car that just cut you off for seemingly no reason. Don’t you know worrying about those things gives you early onset wrinkles?! Be loving, be patient, and be grateful. I challenge you or challenge yourself to do random acts of kindness over the next couple of weeks and leave 2018 on a high note. Let someone go in front of you, hold a door, donate what you can, give compliments, SMILE AT A STRANGER, pay for a stranger’s coffee, may someone else’s day brighter by being selfless. 🎄
As Buddy the elf would say, “don’t be a cotton headed ninny muggins. Smiling’s my favorite.” What’s good enough for Buddy is good enough for me😊
➡️Will you be kind today?⬅️
Happy Monday, friends! I hope you’ve had some coffee by now and if not, I’ll pray for you because we’re about to chat about decision making ☕️
As we inch towards the end of this year, I’ve found myself with some important decisions to make. What do I leave in 2018? What goes with me in 2019? The problem with making these decisions is that the things I’m not bringing with me into the New Year aren’t “bad” things — I just don’t have room on my plate for them. And ya girl needs room.
At times, this has left me paralyzed. I wonder if I’m making the best choice because leaving something behind feels a lot like “quitting”. I then trick myself into thinking that I SHOULD (dirty word) just try harder to make more room for all the things and work harder to accomplish it all. Yikes.
If you find yourself in a situation like this, let me remind you of something super cool about God — no matter which “good” thing we choose to do, He’s never going to remove His hand of blessing from your life, He’ll never stop loving you like crazy, and He’ll never ever leave you. Isn’t that so comforting? We’re allowed to choose “wrong” and as long as we invite Him to step in and help us out, we’re going to be just fine.
Don’t be paralyzed by your decisions. Invite God in. Make real room for Him to rearrange some things even after your decision is made. Submit your plans to Him, and let His best life for your unfold each day. So much love for you, friends. Drop your decision prayer requests below! ✨
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Human love and affection and especially the love between a husband and his wife is something amazing as Allah describes it as an ayah (a sign)! Ibn Abbas (ra) narrated: The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘There is nothing like Nikaah, for the two who love one another.’ [Ibn Majah]
Love and affection are the essentials of any relationship, whether it is the relationship of husband and wife or parent and child or even relatives and friends. Loving and being loved are essential for humans to live healthy normal lives. When people are loved by those significant to them, life is beautiful. But when they feel unloved, then they might struggle emotionally.
Every person has something called a love tank or happiness bucket. Adults have it and so do children. What leads to healthy relationships is to keep the other person’s love tank or bucket filled; to meet their emotional needs and to make them feel that you love them. You can do this by expressing your love to your spouse or your child through thoughtful and affirming words, or kind gestures, or giving gifts, or spending quality time among other things!
So fill someone's bucket today! 💕
Ahhh...Monday!! Beginning of a new week!! A new day!! Definitely this time of year calls for Coffee and Christmas music!!! 🎄
How will you do Monday??
Thank you @simple_faith_by_annie_ for posting graphic!! Love 🙏🏼❤️
So excited announce the next member of my 2019 Model Ambassador Team! This beautiful Model Ambassador is Jolie! She is 13 years old and in 8th grade at Frost Middle School! While one portion of being a Model Ambassador is learning about modeling and taking photos, another portion of the program is that each model donates to a charity of their choice that has special meaning to them. We designate a month for each charity, and the entire model team supports that team member (and the charity) by helping to raise awareness and money for that charity. Jolie’s charity is the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The reason that Jolie chose this charity is that one of her very close friends passed away sadly due to this terrible disease and she wants to do everything she can so this doesn’t happen to other kids. Jolie has been and continues her own fundraising efforts for this charity. Welcome to our 2019 Model Ambassador team Jolie!
#modelambassador#model#photoshoot#friend#giveback#bekindalways#kindnessmatters ❤️ #friendship#friendshipgoals#leukemiaandlymphomasociety#leukemiaawareness#leukemiaandlymphomasocietyawareness
I’m going to be starting my week with this quote being a very important one to me....
Up until a few months ago I would say I didn’t truly know what the term “mental health” really meant, how people can feel on a daily basis and the battles that they continuously face.
I have been around friends and family who have all faced some difficult times in their life’s and so bravely talk very openly about how they are feeling.
It’s only now that I realise how strong and brave people are and how so very important it is that people realise mental health is REAL and something we HAVE to talk about!
The last few months have been a very difficult time for me, in fact I would go as far as saying some of the worst times of my life. I recently was involved in an accident , an accident In my own home. A place where your meant to feel your safest. But it was the time after that was the hardest . i had to come face to face with my biggest fears. The fear of not being In control. The fear of not feeling safe. The fear of anxiety taking over me and controlling me.
The fear of having to say I am not feeling ok and can I have some support.
But admitting you don’t feel ok doesn’t mean you are weak , it doesn’t mean you can’t cope with life and that your day to day to life has to change!
It DOES NOT define who you are as a person!
So what’s the reason for this post?
Well amongst all my struggles I have found people and their approach to mental health the most Challenging and if I can help and support just one person with this post then I know I have made a difference
I want people to realise just because you can’t physically see a mental illness doesn’t mean it’s not there.
That sometimes people’s words and comments can really have an impact on someone and how they see themselves.
I was recently told - “ because of your problems up there , it is causing you to be too sensitive and taking things to heart !, your going to be very lonely and miserable “
This isn’t the case and this is NOT OK to speak to anyone like it!
To everyone who has daily battles
it is perfectly okay to feel sad , angry , frustrated,scared or anxious! Having feelings doesn’t make you a “negative person”
The simplest of gifts can be the most treasured. Giving your time, love, and support will mean so much to those who interact with you. The most expensive things can mean nothing if there is no meaning or heart put into them. We can sign up to help but if we do not have heart for what we are doing, it devalues our effort. Do not do good deeds because they are expected, do them because they create joy and happiness. Your reward may not be quick, and may return in ways you could never imagine. I strive everyday to live a good life that is driven by helping others and bringing joy to everyone around me. Small acts of kindness create a ripple effect in the world, so spread those like wild fire!! A smile is contagious, so give them away freely to everyone! Your love and support are uplifting, so be there for your loved ones!!
These things matter!! So be kind, be loving, be support, and always give these things with all of your heart!!
Words can't explain the eye opening experience I had with my term at SickKids. The amount of inspiring, strong and incredible children, families, employees and volunteers that I have met has been so heartwarming. I learnt so much from these kids and formed more close bonds then I thought possible. I will continue to carry all that has happened throughout here with me, making me a better person and I will miss all the great people i've met along the way ❤💙 #experienceofalifetime#dogreatthings#bekindalways