The Earthbody Blog
A curated guide to holistic wellness
Welcome to my journal. Each week I share a story that turns my mind with the insights, goof-ups, and lessons I discovered in the exchange. I also believe that the good life takes practice. Here's where I'll share resources in meditation, self care, daily ritual, wholesome nutrition, and the best in body~mind wellness. Thanks for reading and welcome to the family.
Denmo Ibrahim, Founder & CEO Earthbody.
Thursday, 18th September 2014
The man next to me at the lunch counter gloats about his trip to Bali, including a full day for the ruins, another day for the temples, and a private cooking class with the locals, which he promises he’ll do from now on wherever his passport takes him. But that was nothing compared to Bangkok.
Thursday, 21st August 2014
His eyes dart to and fro and fro and fro
Not for frozen yogurt. Not today.
He is drawing me. Imagine that.
Have you ever watched an artist at work? It’s captivating.
Quick and detached, yet fully engaged, he sketches. Fast lines. Broad strokes. Erase, erase. Brush, blow. Look, then look again.
Friday, 11th July 2014
No. I mean, yes, of course. Totally. (French fry eating commences) Okay, that was enough. No. I mean, yes, of course. Totally. (French fry eating commences.) Okay, that’s enough. You’ve basically eaten them all. Great. Now I’m starving.
We’re ridiculous. If we could tune into the soundtrack playing within our minds, I don’t think it would be so pretty. Whatever your French fry is ~ love, work, food, drugs, stealing, lying, cheating ~ it’s all the same. It’s about the impulse to control our environment.
Thursday, 26th June 2014
It's really easy to think you’re all alone, or worse, that your face is pressed up against a cold stone wall with your arms tied, starving and you have no options other than fight or freak the eff out. And those are the better options if we have half a mind. More often than not, we want to include others in our rage, spread our anger, or blame others for our misery as a way to commit to our own unhappiness.
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